A message from our friends at Edge...
Edge Magazine, out now, has in celebration of Marios 25 years created an %26ldquo;evolution of Mario art%26rdquo; wall chart that comes free with the latest issue.
Here%26rsquo;s a round up of the rest of the magazine from the Edge writers:
%26ldquo;Though it sometimes might not feel like it, World Of Warcraft certainly isn't the only MMORPG out there. Nor is it the only one seeking to reivent itself, and we look at how ArenaNet is going about refreshing the Guild Wars universe for the game's upcoming sequel.
In Epic Mickey, meanwhile, Warren Spector is creating a new take on Disney's most cherished characters, and we sit down with the man to discuss working with The Magic Kingdom. Elsewhere in the issue, we review Kinect's launch games, and take a look at how the compromises inherent in that most popular of genres, the military shooter, are affecting the way we see war.
Previewed: Dragon Age II, Test Drive Unlimited 2, Dead Space 2, Duke Nukem Forever, De Blob 2, LittleBigPlanet 2, Splatterhouse, Kung Fu Live and Bloodline Champions
Reviewed: Rock Band 3, Fable III, Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit, Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood, Fallout: New Vegas, Blood Stone 007, Goldeneye 007, Create, Majin and the Forsaken Kingdom, Donkey Kong Country Returns, Kirby's Epic Yarn, Dance Central 360, Kinect Sports, DJ Hero 2, Kinect Joyride, Fighters Uncaged, Kinect Adventures, Kinectimals, God of War: Ghost of Sparta, Sonic Colours, The Shoot, The Fight, Super, Meat Boy and No Heroes Allowed%26rdquo;
Nov 25, 2010