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Edge Issue 3

ISSUE: 3Content

Cover:

  • Graphics to die for


Insideview (Departments):

  • News
    3DO hits the streets, Jaguar licensees announced, Edge has the latest on the world of videogaming
  • Charts
    Think of it as a guide to the games market. We show the games that are selling best worldwide
  • Prescreen
    After tracking down the best new games on all formats, Edge's investigative team reports back
  • Competition
    Win a brilliant Acorn A3010 with a bundle of games and a printer. Just answer one question...
  • Release dates
    You know what you want, you know where to get it. Here's when you can expect it to appear
  • Rise of the Robots
    The ultimate beat 'em up, or just Street Fighter clone? Edge profiles the real mean machines
  • Virtual Reality
    Opening the doors of perception, and charting new realms, Edge explores the real world of VR
  • Game genres
    This may be the age of new hardware, but games haven't changed since the '80s. Find out why...
  • Supergun
    Arcade games in your home? Get a Supergun and it couldn't be easier. Edge shows you the way...
  • Testscreen
    The first 3DO game gets an official once over, plus all the very best of the month's releases
  • An audience with Core
    An Edge reader meets Core Design -- the team behind Thunderhawk. Find out what they said...
  • Subscribe
    Do the right thing and get Edge delivered every month. You save money, and get a free slipcase
  • Letters
    So many letters, so little time. Here we answer a selection of the best of the month's missives
  • Recommended reading
    Edge reveals what you can expect from the other leading games magazines next month
  • Over the Edge
    A lone image from next month's issue. Edge four is out on November 25th. Be seeing you...


Features:

  • Cutting Edge
    The dream machine finally arrives. Find out the Panasonic REAL 3DO player shapes up in the real world, and what plans Panasonic have for the UK launch...
  • Rise of the Robots
    Instinct Design are planning to take the beat 'em up into a new generation with Rise Of The Robots. It's packed with stunning rendered graphics and due to hit a brace of formats -- PC, Amiga, Mega Drive, SNES. But can a game that looks this good really move fast? Edge takes an in-depth look at this groundbreaking game, and meets the programming team behind it.
  • Virtual Reality
    Virtual reality will arrive in the home in the next 12 months. As a preview, Edge profiles the real world of VR -- from top NASA simulators to major arcade breakthroughs
  • Testscreen
    Among the offerings in this month's Edge testscreen pages, meet the first 3DO game, Crash 'n Burn -- a graphically outstanding 3D driving game
  • Prescreen
    The best games in development around the world. Edge profiles newies for CD-i, 3DO, PC, Amiga, Macintosh, SNES, and otthers. The pages to watch for all the latest on the games scene, including (left) the CD-i action adventure, Kether
  • Supergun
    The Supergun is a simple piece of kit that lets you plug in and play arcade boards on a standard TV. Sounds expensive? Well, believe it or not, you could have to whole thing up and running for only £200. And some of the arcade boards going cheap are genuine classics. Edge explores the kit and shows you the best games around for the Supergun...
  • Core Design
    Competition winner, Ian Gray, meets and quizzes Mega CD Thunderhawk programmers, Core Design, using questions sent in by Edge readers. We report back on how the encounter went... And setup a new interview


Prescreen (Previews):

  • Total Eclipse
  • Kether
  • Secret of Mana
  • Alone in the Dark 2
  • Elite II
  • Macross
  • Rebel Assault
  • Lawnmower Man
  • Sim City 2000
  • Subwar 2050
  • SSN21 Sea Wolf
  • Pyramid Patrol
  • Super Darius II
  • 3DO Scene


Testscreen (Reviews):

  • Crash 'n Burn
  • Super Empire Strikes Back
  • Dune
  • Return To Zork
  • Splatterhouse
  • FIFA International Soccer
  • TFX
  • Rastan Sage



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    Title: Edge Issue 3
    Month: December
    Year: 1993
    Country: United Kingdom
    Language: English
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