This Month On Edge

When we weren’t do­ing every­thing else, we were think­ing about stuff like this

EDGE - - CONTENTS - Noblechairs Epic Se­ries­blechair

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

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