140°
Submitted by Thantalas 836d ago | news

EDGE Magazine #251 March Scores Preview

EDGE Magazine issue #251 will be available later this week. Handy Tips presents a full scores and features preview so you know exactly what page you want to read first when it hits the shelves.

Dead Space 3 and Strike Suit Zero are the headline reviews. The main cover feature looks at Unreal Engine 4 the game making engine that will dominate next-gen game creation.There are multiple features including a look at Starcraft II: Heart of Swarm. A profile of Fireproof Studios and discussion of their success on iOS with The Room. Also a look at the making of Final Fantasy VI. (Culture, Dead Space 3, Industry, The Room)

Squall5005  +   836d ago
EDGE are usually quite harsh when it comes to reviews so a 9/10 for Persona 4 is pretty impressive. Can wait to he my hands on it.
Cloudberry  +   836d ago
Wow, EDGE gave Persona 4 Golden a 9 too?
.
EDGE also gave the original PS2 Persona 4 game a 9.
kwyjibo  +   836d ago
Was hoping for better for The Cave. Excited about Kentucky Route Zero - really loved the mood piece of the trailer they did, but I found their previous game, A House in California, a pretentious waste of time.

The Making of Final Fantasy VI feature is sure to be interesting.
Chaos_Raiden  +   836d ago
Did I just read Edge's preview includes Yakuza 5? Does that mean it is possible for it is to be released in English soon? It would be awesome if that is true.
#3 (Edited 836d ago ) | Agree(0) | Disagree(0) | Report | Reply
Cloudberry  +   836d ago
It's probably just an import preview.
.
EDGE also usually gave the Japanese Yakuza games reviews too, way before the English versions, either its already announced for localization / not.
Squall5005  +   836d ago
Funnily enough my issue has just this minute landed on my doorstep.

The game's out now in Japan but says TBC for US/EU.

Here's an quote from the magazine:

"Yakuza's formula sells, so there's little pressure to deviate. However, it's a formula that only sells well in Japan, which explains why Sega has been reluctant to announce a western release. With that in mind, an import purchase is all the more tempting, although we'd advice against it unless you're fluent in Japanese."

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
10°

Steins;Gate Artist And Million Arthur Producer Are Making A New Square Enix Mobile Game

17m ago - Square Enix just opened a teaser site for a new smartphone game titled Alice Order, which is expe... | iPhone
10°

Eufloria Universe to Expand With New RPG

18m ago - Eufloria was a nicely laid-back RTS about seeding planets via tree warfare, and it even got a sem... | PC
Ad

Ultra Street Fighter IV (PS4) Review

Now - Drew reviews the 64th iteration of Street Fighter IV. | Promoted post
20°

Pier Solar Sega Dreamcast Production Samples Arrive, Watch First Footage in Action

19m ago - After months of silence, the first physical Dreamcast production samples have been posted, includ... | Retro
10°

Psychological Horror Through The Woods Needs Backers

19m ago - Will You Be Brave Enough To Go “Through The Woods”? Through The Woods is a new psychological horr... | Industry
20°

Some Ideas For FIFA 16's Box Art

19m ago - The corruption scandal rocking FIFA since last night has produced plenty of jokes at the expense... | Culture