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Zelda: Skyward Sword scores a 10/10 in Edge

With Warner’s Batman: Arkham City raking up record review scores over the last week, it looks like another all-time classic could be on the cards before the end of the year. Future has revealed that the next issue of UK multi-format magazine Edge has awarded Nintendo’s upcoming Wii title a …

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Langdell is back… with a new game

Having made a name for himself as the man who failed to trademark the word ‘Edge’, Tim Langdell has taken a short break from laughable litigation to do the unthinkable – he’s released a video game. Published by Langdell’s Edge Games, Edgebobby 2 is currently available on the Apple App …

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CVG and Edge redesigned in time for E3 2011

Future will reveal brand new designs for its CVG and Edge websites on June 1st. The sites arrive ahead of a revamped Edge magazine. The publication now boasts improved paper quality, a different page size and will be longer. The new look issue, which launches on June 7th, has 212 …

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No growth for games mags in ABCs

The UK games mags have seen falls across the board, according to the latest figures from ABC. The steepest falls were suffered by Official Nintendo and GamesMaster, which saw readership falls of over 6,000 each. But there were dips across the board for all the games press – with the …

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PS3 Black Ops problems are ‘edge cases’

As negative vibes continues to swirl around the multiplayer component of Call of Duty: Black Ops on PS3, the game’s developer Treyarch has defended its title. It claims that the majority have not experienced any problems with the title, and that those who have should be considered "edge cases". "We …

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Langdell must announce edge defeat

Tim Langdell has until Friday October 15th to inform all licencees of his ‘edge’ trademark that he no longer has legal ownership of the name. A United States district judge made the order at the very end of what has been the most damaging and humiliating week in Langdell’s controversial …

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