Wednesday, September 5, 2018

Electronic Gaming Monthly (June 2007)

Electronic Gaming Monthly (June 2007)

EGM ran for many years. By the time 2007 came along, I didn't really pay that much attention to it anymore. Neither did many others apparently since it didn't last as a print publication all that much longer. It wasn't that it became a terrible magazine or anything, I just didn't keep up with newer games like I used to and most of those who did, did so online. It's still hard for me to believe that systems like the PS3 are a decade old. The June 2007 issue of EGM includes:

  • In Soviet Russia, letter writes you
Press Start
  • Exclusive: God of War: Chains of Olympus - The portable world just got a whole lot bloodier...
  • Works in Progress - Keep an eye on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 - they're changing
  • Foreign Object
  • Preview: Fracture - The shooter from the MechAssault guys breaks new ground
  • Online Scene - Check out what developers are praising - or whining about
  • Preview: Manhunt 2 - The Wii steps into Mature-rated territory - take that, politician!
  • The Big Ones - Grand Theft Auto IV goes under the EGM microscope
  • Interview: Hironobu Skaguchi - Why does the creator of Final Fantasy hate the PS3?
  • Rumor Mill - The Q-Mann reveals where Dead or Alive will bounce to next
  • Take This Job - Learn what it takes to break into the world of public relations
  • Coming Soon - Games that defy the so-called "summer drought"
  • Reviews Intro
  • F.E.A.R.
  • Command & Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars
  • Monster Madness: Battle for Suburbia
  • Dawn of Mana
  • Atelier Iris 3: Grand Phantasm
  • .hack//G.U. Vol. 2: Reminisce
  • Etrian Odyssey
  • Time Ace
  • Brooktown High
  • Coded Arms: Contagion
  • Reviews Wrap-Up
Game Over
  • Seanbaby's Rest of the Crap - Why is Seanbaby interested in playing with dolls? Isn't that sort of, uh, creepy?
  • Retro: Grappling With Greatness - Games that feature the infamous "grapple" are destined to be remembered
  • Crossword/Grudge Match - EGM's final crossword puzzle? Say it ain't so!
  • Next Month
  • Hsu & Chan
...and more!

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