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Submitted by MikeEaton 1017d ago | opinion piece

Mirror's Edge: The Adventures of Super Meat Girl

Mirror's Edge has an interesting place on the 'games of this generation' mantle. It doesn't put on airs about being anything more than a tightly scripted, punishing, and linear platformer....you know, kind of like Super Meat Boy. (Dice, EA, Mirror's Edge, PC, PS3, Super Meat Boy, Xbox 360)

Ryatta  +   1017d ago
I liked Mirror's Edge at the time of release and while it doesn't seem like a sequel will be happening anytime soon the game was the first to really try precision first person platforming so I believe that a sequel would be a massive improvement if only for taking into account feebback from the first.
Whitefeather  +   1017d ago
Mirror's Edge was first so I don't know why you'd call it Super Meat Girl.
iamlegend9999  +   1017d ago
What an idiot
bigcupofSTFU  +   1017d ago
this makes no sense

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