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Tim Langdell resigns from IGDA Board

August 31, 2009 4 comments

IGDA has just issued a press release stating that Tim Langdell, CEO of Edge Games has stepped down from his position on the board of directors.

IGDA Announces Dr. Tim Langdell has stepped down from IGDA Board

Monday Aug. 31st, Mt. Royal, NJ:  The International Game Developers Association (IGDA) today
announced that Tim Langdell has resigned from the IGDA Board of Directors, effective
immediately. Dr Langdell had served on the Board since March 2009.

The resignation means that Dr Langdell’s seat on the Board is vacated, and will be up for election in early 2010. The special meeting called for the membership in Oct. on this matter will no longer take place.

This news arrived not long after the IGDA released a press release stating that Bob Bates, IGDA Co-Chair also stepped down from his position. Bob will be replaced by Tobi Saulnier.

We’d like to wish Bob all the best in his future pursuits outside of the IGDA.

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Racers coming with a blast of Voltage

August 29, 2009 4 comments

Edge Games have just announced that the PC release of their up and coming racing title is due for release in September 2009, with console version to follow.

Now with everything Edge Games say, we always find that we have to look a bit deeper.

Looking on the Edge Racers website it shows the trailer for the game, including gameplay, graphics, music… All the bells and whistles you’d expect to come as well as the Edge banner.

Fine you might say, looks good (you probably won’t say), so where’s the dirt?

Watch this next trailer taken from a PS3 game Voltage by Lexicon Entertainment, first announced in 2007, with this particular trailer being released Dec, 2007.

Notice any similarities? Or perhaps an easier question: spot the difference?

It looks like the Edge Games logo has been plastered over the top of the old Lexicon Entertainment logo.

Checking the screenshots on the Edge Racers site confirms what the trailer spells out so boldly. Edge Racers is in fact the old and unreleased PS3 title Voltage from Lexicon Entertainment.

Sadly it doesn’t look like Lexicon exist any more. Their website is now a holding space for some domain squatter, so as to what happened with Voltage is not known.

Obviously we’d love to know more about this whole subject as there’s clearly some thick cloud between the events of 2008 when Voltage let off its final spark till now.

UPDATE: Voltage was released 26/11/08 by Akella

Released on PC and available for purchase Here only 400 rubles too! Bargain.

Why Racers? Why are Edge Games telling us that this is the game that’s going to be launched soon? Well we know that their recent (read almost 20 year) back catalog has been as dry as nun’s lady parts in the Arizona desert, so making a change to that and releasing something will actually be a sign to show that they’re finally using this famous Trademark. But that can’t be the only reason as they’ve certainly found other ways of making it through the past near two decades without releasing anything, so why claim this game and why now?

Could it be another retro fitting evidence case against another iPhone game Killer Edge Racing (Now known as Killer Edge)?

Or perhaps driving MMO Edgeracers from TwoFish?

Well that certainly sounds more like it, an attempt to create market confusion by announcing a game with a similar name to a released title in order to charge up some legal C&D muscle.

Sounds scarily similar to the events surrounding Mirrors A Game From Edge and EA’s Mirror’s Edge.


As always it’s clear there’s more to this than what can first be seen, we’ll continue out efforts to dig up the truth and post them here for all to see.

Stay tuned.

UPDATE:

Added Edgeracers piece

Added PC release info

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A Vote for a Vote for a Vote

August 29, 2009 1 comment

The IGDA (International Game Developers Association) has called for its members to vote on whether they think Edge Games CEO Tim Langdell should be removed from the board of directors.

So finally a resolution to the issue first brought up back in May of this year? Well, maybe, but it’s certainly not that clear cut and there’s still the question as to why it’s had to go on for so long. Anyway, here’s the letter and some thoughts regarding what it entails:

Dear IGDA Member,

A Special Meeting of the membership of IGDA will be held on October 3rd, 2009. The sole purpose of the meeting is to vote on whether IGDA Board of Directors member Tim Langdell (a) should serve the remainder of this term, or (b) should have his term concluded early (effective October 3rd, 2009). Mr. Langdell was elected by the membership on March 1st of 2009, and his term is scheduled to expire on March 1st of 2012; or (c) abstain from this vote.

A Special Meeting is intended to allow the membership to make a decision and requires a quorum of half the membership to participate in order to carry the outcome. I highly encourage all members to participate so that quorum can be reached.

Further information as to the background of these two outcomes will be posted to the members-only section of the IGDA website as of September 2009, and a second reminder email will be sent at that time. In addition, an electronic proxy ballot will be provided to each member at that time, with which they may cast their vote. The voting period will extend through the end of September, approximately 30 days.

While process requires there will be a “physical meeting”, which will be at IGDA headquarters offices (19 Mantua Road, Mt. Royal, NJ 08061) at 10:00AM eastern time, and members may attend in person, such presence is not required or even anticipated. The meeting itself likely will take only a few minutes and consist primarily of announcing the results of the voting. No other business will be conducted.

Again, more information will be forthcoming in early September, and we ask that you withhold any questions until that time if at all possible.

Thank you for your attention and cooperation as we move through this process together.

Tobi Saulnier, Co-Chair
Date: August 28, 2009

The bolded piece is  something that we think is quite, nay, very important to this matter. A quorum of half the membership, that’s 6,934 of the 13867 members from around the globe, no small number. If you’ve been following this story for a while you’ll remember the petition that was launched in order to bring events to this point. That petition was sent out to every member of the IGDA, all 13867. The group that sent the petition email requested to do so via the IGDA’s official system, but that request despite repeated attempts didn’t happen and as a result left the group with no other choice than to find their own way of contacting the membership. That chosen method was successful and reached everyone, but in doing so uncovered news that not all members were actually receiving official emails, as people stepped forward to say that they got the petition email, but no messages from the IGDA.

Noviwan 08-29-2009 04:36 AM

I have never received any email from the IGDA, on any matter. I have checked that my email address is set. Where on earth is this “no email option” you speak of? I can’t find it anywhere and am probably not the only one.

I swear I’ve crawled over every inch of my profile pages, and can find no such setting. I haven’t even gotten anemail about my membership expiring on Sept 30th … not exactly inspired with confidence here.

Joe McGinn 08-29-2009 (via email)

I never get any email from the IGDA, not even a membership renewal notice. I’ve double-checked my email address on my profile, I’m sure it’s correct. I’ve checked my spam folder to make sure it’s not going there by mistake. I don’t suspect anything nefarious, it just worries me that there’s a technical glitch perhaps?

A flaw that if not fixed could have a terrible effect on the possibility of reaching the quorum of 50% membership, if people don’t know, then how can they step up to vote?

You might ask why a member might not know about this subject as it’s certainly made the news recently. Well the IGDA membership is made up of a combination of people, some are active, they visit the forum, the SIGs (Special Interest Group) and take an interest in the events surrounding the association. Then there’s the discount crew, people that join in order to receive the discounts offered to members on book purchases, GDC events and such, many of them will not take any part in the IGDA’s activities beyond using it as a cost saving process. There’s also the company membership branch, where companies can be come affiliated with the IGDA and then automatically enroll their employees into the association automatically. There’s a belief that the affiliates make up the largest proportion of the membership count, possibly as many as 8000 of the 13867. Many of these people have no idea that they’re members, or know but don’t care. Some are active in the events that have recently taken place but aren’t sure if they’re actual members due to communication problems. The result of all this shows just how tough it’s going to be to get 50% of the membership to vote when possibly around only 20% of the membership know they’re actually members.

That’s not the only question that’s being raised here. Why is a vote by the members needed at all?

Well reading the IGDA Bylaw document it seems pretty clear that the board of directors have the power to remove someone without needing the membership at all, in fact the quoted sections below reveal a number of reasons that the removal of Tim Langdell could have come about over the previous months, saving a great deal of pain and suffering to the association and preventing their name being dragged through the mud.

Section 8. Removal. Any director may be removed from such office, with or without cause, by a majority vote of the voting members of the Corporation at any regular or special meeting of the members called expressly for that purpose. In addition, the Board of Directors may declare vacant the office of any Director who fails or ceases to meet any required qualification that was in effect at the beginning of that Director’s current term of office.

And to the “required qualifications”:

Section 2. Number and Qualifications. The Board of Directors of the Corporation shall be composed of twelve (12) elected individuals and no more than three (3) appointed and ex-officio seats (view Article IV, Section 5 below). The number of directors may be decreased, but no decrease shall have the effect of shortening the term of any incumbent director. All Directors are required to be members of the Corporation as of the time of their election, and to have been a member in at least two (2) membership years prior. All Directors must remain as members in good standing of the Corporation for the duration of their term and adhere to the Board of Directors Code of Ethics.

Section 18. Code of Ethics. Board members are committed to conducting themselves in accordance with ethical and professional standards, and therefore shall behave in conformance with the IGDA Code of Ethics adopted by the Board of Directors.

IGDA Code of Ethics

IGDA BOARD OF DIRECTORS

CODE OF ETHICS

The Board of Directors of the International Game Developers Association (“IGDA”) is committed to conducting its business in accordance with ethical and professional standards, and therefore has adopted the principles set forth below as organizational policy.

Each member of the Board of Directors shall:

1. Act with honesty and integrity.

Has Tim Langdell acted honestly and with integrity during his time on the board of directors? Well a quick read of his bio [1] [2] and the statements he’s made about his previous and current workings as CEO of Edge Games might suggest that honesty is not the first thing on his agenda.

2. Exercise loyalty to the IGDA, acting in the best interests of the organization and taking no action that would undermine or impede the activities of the IGDA.

Would sending a threatening letter to a developer’s employer using his stance as a director of the IGDA qualify as acting in the best interests of the organization?

3. Adhere to high standards of professional conduct, in particular regarding meeting attendance, preparedness, objectivity, mutual respect, courtesy, and candor.

Again, is it professional to use your position as a director of an association set up to represent game developers as means to throw your weight at someone in a threatening manner? Using that position as part of a personal dispute that has nothing to do with the IGDA?

4. Comply with all applicable laws and regulations.

5. Maintain the confidentiality of all proprietary and competitively sensitive or valuable information of the IGDA.

6. Respect the principles of free competition as embodied in the antitrust laws.

7. Support the protection of the assets of the IGDA, including intellectual property.

8. Encourage IGDA staff to alert the Board of Directors to potential misconduct or violations of law without fear of retribution.

So as you can see. It’s fairly clear to all that letting this whole debacle could have been revolved a while back and really has no need to go to a members vote. But the fact that it is now means that the task over the next few weeks is to get developers to call out, to check with their employers to see if they’re members, to join in on the vote and to take this chance to use that vote to make your opinion heard no matter what that might be.

If you think you might be a member, or have lost your details, then follow the link below to find out and use that vote wisely when it comes in the following weeks:

IGDA Member Checker

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GET READY TO VOTE!

August 29, 2009 1 comment

IGDA members will finally get the chance to vote Tim out of the organisation. Please spread the word about this – you can vote via Internet so there is no requirement to attend the meeting.

Dear IGDA Member,

A Special Meeting of the membership of IGDA will be held on October 3rd, 2009. The sole purpose of the meeting is to vote on whether IGDA Board of Directors member Tim Langdell (a) should serve the remainder of this term, or (b) should have his term concluded early (effective October 3rd, 2009). Mr. Langdell was elected by the membership on March 1st of 2009, and his term is scheduled to expire on March 1st of 2012; or (c) abstain from this vote.

A Special Meeting is intended to allow the membership to make a decision and requires a quorum of half the membership to participate in order to carry the outcome. I highly encourage all members to participate so that quorum can be reached.

Further information as to the background of these two outcomes will be posted to the members-only section of the IGDA website as of September 2009, and a second reminder email will be sent at that time. In addition, an electronic proxy ballot will be provided to each member at that time, with which they may cast their vote. The voting period will extend through the end of September, approximately 30 days.

While process requires there will be a “physical meeting”, which will be at IGDA headquarters offices (19 Mantua Road, Mt. Royal, NJ 08061) at 10:00AM eastern time, and members may attend in person, such presence is not required or even anticipated. The meeting itself likely will take only a few minutes and consist primarily of announcing the results of the voting. No other business will be conducted.

Again, more information will be forthcoming in early September, and we ask that you withhold any questions until that time if at all possible.

Thank you for your attention and cooperation as we move through this process together.

Tobi Saulnier, Co-Chair
Date: August 28, 2009

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Nunchucks with Edge

August 27, 2009 5 comments

On Edge Games’s website, it lists a hardware collaboration between itself and Datel on the 3rd party peripheral controller for the Wii console. Drawing together the hardware might and experience from Datel and the famous trademark THE EDGE from Edge Games (You’ve heard of it right? I mean it’s up there with Coca Cola, isn’t it?).

First strange bit of information we noticed is that, if this is a partnership between Datel and Edge Games Inc. using their powerful, hunger destroying, world peace giving and famous Trademark then where’s the TM mark after THE EDGE name?

It’s true that you don’t have to feature such information, but trusting that there’s someone performing a little consistency check on Datel’s product, they would have noticed that the Wii has a TM next to it, on no less than three counts!

At the base of the box the only featured name is Datel, there’s no information about Edge Games at all, no license agreement or anything.

In fact if this is utilising the famous EDGE brand then why is it not in the official Edge font? Surely brands like consistency?

So many strange points. Maybe they mean nothing, who knows?

Being the curious types, we sent a product request to Datel asking about the chance of purchasing one of their fine THE EDGE controllers.

Soon enough we received a response from their technical support:

Thank you for your recent enquiry assuming that you are based in the US we are able to confirm this product was renamed to the product ‘Blade FX’ and this controller it seems to still sold in the US.

Regards,
Daniel Leese
Technical Support

Renamed? But why? How are we to get our fix of Edge branded hardware now? Blade FX… pffft. I mean look at it:

Actually no wait, this one is Wireless and has Cheat buttons! It also tells us that we can ‘BEAT THE GAME!’, that sounds miles better than ‘A BETTER GRIP FOR YOUR GAME’. SOLD!

But wait!

In the email response from tech support they presumed we were in the US, does that mean that THE EDGE is still available in the UK? Let’s see…

Ahh no, a check on the Codejunkies (Datel’s own online store) reveals the DUO-FX, a wired controller, but no THE EDGE controller.

So where does this leave things? Well, Datel’s tech support said that the controller has been rebranded. If it’s been rebranded then it’s no longer called THE EDGE, and if it’s no longer called THE EDGE, then has it still got anything to do with Edge Games and Tim Langdell?

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A Law Unto Himself

August 26, 2009 7 comments

Dr. Tim Langdell, CEO of Edge Games Inc. and owner of the famous Edge trademark has struck back at the vocal negativity his company has received of late. Some might say this blow of written force could be paralleled with a sulky child trying to cause a stir by going to another child’s parents, others might see it as a terrifying warning that the internet is certainly no playground, especially when mocking a powerful multi-armed global company.

Dear Sir or Madam,

A member of your faculty, Brian Beukin[sic], has been using Internet forums and blogs to cyberstalk and cyber-harass and otherwise spread false statement and rumor about persons in order to cause them stress, harass them, defame them and hurt them. We are in process of filing a court action to compel Mr Beukin to cease his defamatory and libelous activity, and are also exploring the possibility of criminal prosecution of him under appropriate international law.

Can you please confirm that Mr Beukin[sic] works for you and that he will generally be available on your campus to accept service of court papers and potentially receive notice of criminial[sic] charges?

Thank you for your swift response,

Sincerely,

Dr. Tim Langdell
CEO, Edge Games Inc
California, USA

Member, Board of Directors, IGDA

We’ll certainly be following the news of this, especially the details of what ‘appropriate international law’ is going to be called upon, and also the revealing of proof to back up what false things Mr. Brian Beukin[sic] has stated.

UPDATE:

We said we’d be following this, and follow we have. There’s been more communication made from both parties regarding this war of words.

Hi Tim
Oh please please please do service me with court papers.
And do not mate the mistake of thinking I’m going to roll over to a bully like you, remember that I can submit evidence to prove that you have lied repeatedly about your company, your trademark and your behaviour?

Do you want my home address or my work address

Brian

To which Tim responded:

Meneer Beukin[sic],

Both addresses please.

So far you have only stated falsehoods as if they are truth or mis-stated facts out of context in order to defame me and Edge Games. It appears you may come under Dutch, UK and US law where even stating the truth, if its stated in such a way as to negatively impact a person’s reputation, is not only defamation and libel but can potentially carry criminal charges. You are clearly guilty of Cyberstalking and Cyberbullying, too.

Hartelijk bedankt,

Tim Langdell
CEO, EDGE Games Inc

Brian riposted with:

Hi Tim
I’m Scottish actually so the Meneer isn’t needed, I’m not one for titles unlike you, so plain old Brian will be fine, or Mr, but do please try to spell my name correctly on any legal threats you want to keep sending, it might affect their validity

Ah..I think you seriously underestimate your understanding of UK, Dutch and US law, a quick chat with your lawyer will hopefully put you right, I wouldn’t rely to much on your faux legal threats to gain much ground here.

Aside from the obvious issues of free speech and right to quote public documents, all my comments are factual, based on hard and demonstrable evidence…feel free to show me incidences where I have quoted anything that is not factual?

There is no crime civil or criminal, in any jurisdiction of stating the truth and exposing a fraud as such. But hey…you feel free to take me to court if you think thats the case.

As for your “reputation”, this is completely and utterly in tatters from your own lies, and continual, defence and attempts at obfuscation of those lies, not my and others exposure of them.

You do realise, your lies have been exposed? You do somewhere in that brain of yours, understand that every single false claim you are making is being researched and exposed..You do release that the people you are attempting to claim credit from are investigating their own legal actions to shut you down.

You do realise that you are making a fool of yourself…don’t you?

Be very aware that should you be foolish enough to try to take me to court, I will defend myself, and I will do so by the simple method of detailing all of your lies, including and not limited to your false representation to the Trade mark Offices of both the UK and US…you can choose to risk charges of perjury if you want. You may even find yourself facing considerable costs…when you lose.

You could try that criminal thing if you really do have the balls to report me to a police station in any country of your choosing, but I think we both know you’ve not got a leg to stand on.

And its not me who’s the bully, its you…as your attempt to discredit me with my employers shows, you just picked the wrong people to try your strong arm tactics on.

On reflection I don’t see why you’d need my work address, I am a resident in Holland so my home address is the correct place to serve legal papers. So if you indeed want to pursue this please ask your legal people to contact me and I’ll supply my home address by return.

Seriously Tim…you really don’t scare me 1 bit..I have truth and documented facts on my side and I will use it if you insist on taking me on personally.

I would normally sign off with best regards, but in your case I think I’ll pass

Now Cyberstalking and Cyberbullying sound like terrible acts, the posting of threatening letters and messages over the internet is something that no one likes, and stalking, cyber or otherwise is a terrible thing, and bad things can happen to people that are found guilty of such acts, such as this case here from 2006

Stay vigilant people, on the street and on the web.

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The Products of the Edge Empire

August 25, 2009 5 comments

A Great deal has been discussed about the case between Edge Games and Mobigame, this very site holds enough info to bring anyone that’s had their head under a lead covered wi-fi brick up to speed on the subject. In this article I’d like to bring forth another set of events that have taken place on the many forums and comment sections of the internet over the past few months. It seems that this whole subject has grabbed the attention of a good number of budding internet detectives; people that have gone out of their way to check up on public records, email found names, and look back into old records.

A quick visit to Edge Games’ website shows up a raft of released and soon to be games, TV shows, comic books, computer hardware. It’s impressive, if not a little crudely implemented; I’d say flash websites are soooo nineties, but I’m not even sure they were. Still, the site holds a great list of products, a large amount of diverse work, which clearly must keep many people working hard day in, day out in order to bring to the shelves and screens around the globe.

But what if it wasn’t as it first seemed to be, what if the many pages of the site were works of fiction, out of date information or worse? That’s what the many cyber sleuths decided to go and find out.

All the following information is formed from statements, documents and news found through the internet and should be treated as merely internet fiction.

 

Teenage Wasteland

June 3rd 2009

Teenage Wasteland
Teenage Wasteland

 

Edge Games announced that they were working on a multi-format (Wii/PS3/360/PC) game to tie in with an up and coming TV show. This news was picked up by the gaming news site Worthplaying as well as a number of others including Gamerbeef, which stood out amongst the rest. Not because of the article, but because of a number of comments left by a chap called Carlton Holder, who happens to be the creator of the TV show.

by carltonholder on Sunday, August 02 @ 18:08:03 BST

I am the copyright owner of TEENAGE WASTELAND. I did not authorize this posting. The information in it is inaccurate. I have no relationship or partnership with EDGE Games and Tim Langdell (Who is a dishonest person who misrepresents himself). Teenage Wasteland is copyright protected material. I own the copyright. Can you plase remove this posting from your site? I can send you a correct presse release, when I have made more headway with the project. Thank you in advance for your diligence.

by carltonholder on Wednesday, August 05 @ 03:38:03 BST

PLEASE REMOVE THIS POSTING FROM YOUR SITE. THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN IT IS FRAUDELENT AND LIBELOUS. I AM THE COPYRIGHT OWNER OF TEENAGE WASTELAND AND I HAVE BEEN TRYING TO CONTACT THE PEOPLE WHO OWN THIS SITE. I AM NOT WORKING WITH TIM LANGDELL OR EDGE GAMES. I NEVER AUTHORIZED THIS ARTICLE AND THE TV COMPANIES I AM WORKING WITH WOULD BE VERY ANGRY TO SEE THIS POSTING.

CARLTON HOLDER

 

Carton’s twitter offered another piece of info regarding to their relationship.

Hey, I just wanted to warn everyone at Twitter about a man named Tim Langdell who is posing as a video game producer. He’s a lowlife con man

6:14 PM Aug 6th from web Google Cache Link

Certainly not the words of a man that’s working with Edge Games on their exciting new announcement you might say.

 

Cybernet Systems Vs. Edge Games

March 13, 2009

In a recent case Cybernet Systems challenged Edge Games over their title and trademark of Edge of Extinction after they received a letter in January 2009 from Edge Games informing Cybernet that they were stepping on the toes of their famous trademark.

During the trial, Edge Games presented a number of pieces of evidence in order to prove their companies legitimacy.

 

Edge (Comic Book)

Edge Games submitted an image of a comic book written by Steven Grant and inked by Gil Kane. It’s a product they advertise on their site as part of the Edge Games product line up.

Sitting the evidence copy next to another sourced image of the comic shows a few differences.

  1. The name. On the evidence piece it’s called ‘The Edge’ but on the published comic, it’s called ‘Edge’
  2. After the name, on the evidence there’s a TM mark, but on the published version there’s no such mark.
  3. At the bottom of the evidence piece it contains a small text section which reads ‘”The Edge” is the Trademark of Edge Interactive Media Inc,. All Rights Reserved’. Again this piece of information is lacking from the published news stand copy of the comic.

The image of the comic on Edge Games’ own website, although small, is clear that it follows the published version of the comic book and not the evidence given by Edge Games on March 13th.

To follow this up with more info regarding Edge Games’ comic book venture. On their website they state “Originally conceived as a four-part comic series, EDGE is working with Steven Grant to publish the fourth installment of the original series.”

However on the August 12th Steven Grant posted this:

http://www.comicbookresources.com/?page=article&id=22513

Got an email yesterday informing me the website for some game company called Edge Games has a page mentioning me by name stating I’m working with them to release the long awaited final issue of the EDGE mini-series Gil Kane and I did at Malibu/Bravura in the ’90s. Only two problems with that story: they’ve never been in touch with me (at least not personally; for all I know, they’ve talked with my lawyer), and the fourth issue was published a few years ago with the rest of the mini in THE LAST HEROES, from Byron Preiss Productions. But at least my legend grows, right?”

Indeed as Steven pointed out, the comic was finally completed and released under a different name: The Last Heroes

http://www.aintitcool.com/node/34178

 

Garfield Winter’s Tail

Edge Games also presented copies of two games they’d published to act as proof of being in the games business. It seems a little odd that they chose to present games that were published 20 years ago rather than a more recent offering.

Sitting the evidence copy next to another sourced image of the game shows a difference.

  1. In the bottom right hand corner of the evidence copy a piece of text reads “GAMER’S EDGE TM”, a piece of text perhaps left over from the Velocity Micro case: Edge Games vs Gamer’s Edge PCs.

 

The Epicentre

People might be wondering where the offices of Edge Games are in sunny California…

530 South Lake Avenue
Suite 171
Pasadena CA 91101

More pics:

So there you have it, the home of the Edge Business Empire, a wonderful suite of high class brick and mortar including wonderful facilities such as: Parking In Rear, Key Cutting and in house FedEx to help send out those many published products zippidy quick.

It even has it’s own web address: http://www.mailboxplanet.net:80/contactaboutus.nxg

 

Further Adventures of Tim Langdell

Beyond his heroic efforts as boss of Edge Games, in 2004 Langdell also created a movie game cross over agency along side fellow Brit game vet Geoff Brown, Langdell Brown Associates. Maybe the start of many a fantastic movie/game cross over coming soon to all the major platforms?

http://www.langdellbrown.com/

 

End Note

So this is just a blast of info discovered by people on the internet, a collection of comments and findings. What does it say? Well thats for the reader to decide. I have a feeling that it’s not the end of these discoveries and a look over at Derek Yu’s fantastic article on TIGSource shows that there’s a wealth more of info to be read and digested at your pleasure.

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