This Month On Edge
When we weren’t doing everything else, we were thinking about stuff like this
The things that caught our eye during the production of E307
You might have noticed a certain luxury in where esports pros park their backsides these days. The gaming chair has come an awfully long way, and while prices can be extortionate, more reasonable models can be found by those prepared to shop around. Noblechairs’ offerings begin at £299, the cost difference achieved by using faux leather instead of the real thing – though it’s breathable, which might be preferable for those who enjoy lengthy sessions on hot summer days. Comfy and flexible, the only drawback is a metal bar that supports the backrest and may, if you’re not careful, cause serious harm during an otherwise painless set-up process.
When specific game discussions turn from playing great games to which piece of plastic I own I feel like we’ve lost the plot a bit.
Phil Spencer @XboxP3 Head of Xbox, Microsoft Rare non-political tweet! Zelda is astonishing. Maybe the greatest game ever.
Graham Linehan @Glinner Writer and director Sometimes when it’s late at night, and I’m alone with only my thoughts for company, I think about those who care about frame rate and I cry.
Ian Dickson @SpectralHands UK PR manager, Square Enix Europe Whiteboard says “love” in green loopy script in the middle of my v serious game design notes at exact highest height six-year-old can reach. Adam Saltsman @ADAMATOMIC Indie developer