Tag Archives: electronic gaming monthly
Tue, Mar 08, 2011 | 15:44 GMT
Mon, Dec 21, 2009 | 22:24 GMT
EGM will relaunch in the US in March, as you can see from this PR.
The mag’s new version includes “a special code included in each newsstand copy that upgrades each reader’s access to the new weekly interactive version of the magazine. This enhanced version of the digital publication, called EGM[i]: The Digital Magazine contains exclusive article extensions and original content throughout each issue.”
Good luck, kids. Full thing through there.
Wed, Dec 02, 2009 | 09:14 GMT
Dan Hsu and Demian Linn now back on board at the soon-to-return EGM, as you can see from this press release.
“I am thrilled to see Dan and Demian on board the new EGM,” said publisher Steve Harris.
“Both of these journalists have a keen understanding of the industry they report on, and that exceptional insight is something I know readers will value.”
No date on when the relaunch issue’s to actually appear, however.
Fri, Dec 05, 2008 | 07:48 GMT
Ziff Davis ‘zine Electronic Gaming Monthly plans on unchaining the new Wolverine game in an upcoming issue, but the EGM staff dribbled out a few details to sate gamers’ appetites until the main event hits newsstands.
The game, called X-Men Origins: Wolverine, is in development at Raven Software and promises “real-time in-game healing …an elegantly accessible combat system, a sweet boss fight against the very first Sentinel robot prototype, and lots more.”
Apparently, this time around, Wolverine’s particular brand of slice ‘n’ dice will take a few pointers from games like God of War and, er, Super Smash Bros – but how exactly those games fit into the latest X-Men jigsaw puzzle is still unknown.
Fortunately, the new EGM’s fresh fumes should already be wafting from subscribers mailboxes, so expect more info soon.
Mon, Apr 14, 2008 | 08:08 BST
According to Ziff VP Simon Cox’s blog on 1UP, Dan “Shoe” Hsu will be leaving the company and his editorship of EGM on April 25 for “change in his life.”
“I wanted to inform everyone who was not in the edit meeting that Shoe will be leaving us as April 25th” said Cox. “Sam Kennedy will become Editorial and Site Director moving forward.
“Though the timing is less than ideal, following the closure of GFW, the fact is that like Mark Macdonald before him, Shoe feels it’s time to take a break from work and that after almost 12 years at Ziff (with a year off on Gamers.com) it’s time for change in his life.”
So there you go.