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Submitted by Thantalas 932d 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  +   932d 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  +   932d ago
Wow, EDGE gave Persona 4 Golden a 9 too?
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EDGE also gave the original PS2 Persona 4 game a 9.
kwyjibo  +   932d 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  +   932d 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.
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Cloudberry  +   932d ago
It's probably just an import preview.
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EDGE also usually gave the Japanese Yakuza games reviews too, way before the English versions, either its already announced for localization / not.
Squall5005  +   932d 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."

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