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According to Examiner, the latest issue of EGM features an interview with Cliff Blezinski who tells us to look toward GDC 2011 for an announcement of a new IP by Epic Games. Supposedly Eric Holmes, lead designer of Prototype,...


EGM is coming back, people. Are you ready? Have you been following every last update that EGMNOW has been posting, waiting in desperate hope of the return of the magazine? If so, then this post will be useless to you because ...


Electronic Gaming Monthly as you knew it may have folded, your subscription turned into Maxim, pictures of Street Fighter’s Ryu now a hot-young-actress-of-the-moment in lingerie. But the magazine (at least in name) is f...


EGM died a painful and cruel death, but its legacy has been done justice. Those still subscribed to the (officially) dead magazine need not worry that their money was spent unwisely, because instead of EGM, they will now inst...




Remember childhood? It was a time of innocence and happiness, when everything was always sunshine and roses and if it wasn't your mommy would take care of it. It was a time when the printed medium ruled and every month you'd ...


Since UGO Entertainment’s acquisition of 1UP, one of our lingering questions was what would happen to Ziff Davis’s other hot property, Electronic Gaming Monthly. It’s easily one of the choice print publicati...


I remember walking down the hall of the Los Angeles Convention Center as I watched a white glossy banner pass over my head with a logo I already knew all too well. I guess a lot of us tonight are having similar memories. Your...


The fine folks at Electronic Gaming Monthly are making another great case as to why print's simply not dead -- their next cover story feature will reveal the upcoming title, Watchmen: The End is Nigh. Not a game based on...


Man, it has been a whirlwind of a last few months for Ziff Davis/1UP/EGM. After filing for bankruptcy just a month ago, it now looks like 1UP and Electronic Gaming Monthly staple Dan “Shoe” Hsu is le...


Don't shoot me (nine times), but I didn't think 50 Cent: Bulletproof was that bad. It's been awhile, but I seem to remember there being a lot of shooting, really violent hand-to-hand kills, and unlockable music videos. Really...


Like corpses reanimated by leaky, top secret government barrels of gas stored in the basement of a medical supply warehouse, the rumors of a Dead Rising sequel have once again risen from the grave. This time they come courtes...


Well, you gotta give Editor-in-Chief Dan "Shoe" Hsu some credit for stirring up a pot lately, with his editorials in Electronic Gaming Monthly. Though you got to wonder if he's really going to bring the EG...


Before there was Surfer Girl there was Electronic Gaming Monthly's Quartermann, bringer of unverifiable rumors and high hopes. This month's EGM brings a new batch of juicy tid-bits, including some juicy Nintendo dirt that mig...


1Up has the exclusive on all the new information for Street Fighter IV. They've revealed that Ryu, Ken, Chun-Li and Dhalsim will be some of the returning combatants. 1Up also confirmed that the game is going to be a 2D fighte...


Electronic Gaming Monthly's long-standing tradition of the "Quartermann" monthly rumors column has has its share of hits, and as many misses. But each and every month, it's the first page I flip to when I receive my...


Here it is, folks -- the first trailer for the upcoming PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 title, Soul Calibur IV. The trailer is called a 'teaser' for a reason, as there's very little to see here. The video does confirm ...


1UP, the Interweb component of Electronic Gaming Monthly, has word from their forbidden ink-and-paper lover that next month's issue will reveal Soul Calibur 4, the latest title in Namco's long-running phallocentric f...






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