Electronic Gaming Monthly (March 2008)

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Source: Electronic Gaming Monthly – March 2008

It’s hard for me to even consider this issue of EGM “retro” but it is over a decade old now. The March 2008 issue of Electronic Gaming Monthly includes:

Letters

  • Disgruntled fish-petters speak out

Press Start

  • Overachievers – Find out why worthless virtual accolades mean so much to so many…
  • Foreign Object
  • Preview: FaceBreaker – EA’s zany new pugilism offering is more Rocky IV than Raging Bull
  • Funny Business – Developers recount the shenanigans that go on behind the scenes
  • Take This Job – This month: The dude who get today’s hottest tunes into your videogames
  • Preview: Soulcalibur IV – Incongruous guest characters from a galaxy far, far away infiltrate the action
  • Preview: Ninja Gaiden – Ryu Hyabusa leaps back into the fray on Xbox 360 and Nintendo DS
  • Preview: Bully: Scholarship Edition – School’s back in session on both Xbox 360 and Nintendo Wii
  • Small Wonders – Five tiny titles proving that mobile gaming doesn’t have to suck
  • Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII – Prep yourself for the most anticipated prequel since The Phantom Menace
  • Rumor Mill – Dead Rising’s undead mob plots its revenge from an unlikely place

Reviews

  • Reviews
  • Dragon Quest Swords: The Masked Queen of Mirrors
  • FIFA Street 3
  • Devil May Cry 4
  • Turok
  • The Club
  • Advance Wars: Days of Ruin
  • Wipeout Pulse
  • Patapon
  • Reviews Wrap-Up

Game Over

  • EGM’s Sixth Annual Tobias Bruckner Memorial Awards – Noted humorist Seanbaby presides over this year’s crop of crap
  • Retro: Matters of Import – Long-forgotten gems from abroad get a second shot at success on the Virtual Console
  • Seek and Enjoy: Space Chase – EGM’s loving tribute to Highlights for Children blasts into orbit
  • Hsu & Chen

…and more!





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