This Month On Edge
The things that caught our eye during the production of E289
When we weren’t doing everything else, we were thinking about stuff like this
Pixel Vision www.bit.ly/orderpixelvision
Love Hultén is a craftsman and designer who produces artisan videogame consoles and arcade machines. His latest creation is an attempt to make one of his handcrafted machines a little more
affordable, and is called Pixel Vision. The chunky solid-walnut clamshell design was inspired by Nintendo’s Game Boy Advance
SP, while Raspberry Pi-based guts can emulate classics from a variety of consoles including NES, Atari 2600 and Game Boy. Only 500 will be made, and many of those have already been snapped up during the device’s successful Kickstarter campaign, but a few dozen remain available and can be ordered from Hultén’s website
for 429 (£310) each. Hey, we did say a little more affordable.
continue Shifting gear
Hideo Kojima has a new studio and a new PS4
game in the works
A much-needed clearout
streamlines our library
NetHack gets its first update in 12 years
Id Software shows off its
scrappy Super Mario
Bros 3 pitch for PC
quit Nae fun Drake
Uncharted 4’ s PSX appearance hinges on a dialogue option
Bungie offers chance to pay twice and play less
Wii U continues to assert its relevance with Napster music streaming
How are we meant to be a team if nobody switches their mic on?
I absolutely want to ship a game soundtracked entirely by Goo Goo Dolls, Third Eye Blind, Blues Traveler, Smash Mouth, etc.
Steve Gaynor @fullbright Writer and lead designer, The Fullbright Company Can we stop a second to realise humanity is building a CPU w/ 7nm gate & the only thing stopping us go lower is QUANTUM TUNNELLING??
Guillaume Saby @Sirithang Core tech programmer, SplashDamage Questioning my decision to use the variable “HJ” as a shortcut to our biped’s Head Joint.
Adam Saltsman @ADAMATOMIC
Creator, Canabalt Why in Fallout4 has no one tidied up a bit in 200 years? I can understand areas of wasteland but you’d think people would sweep their house.
Dan Marshall @danthat