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Submitted by danand82 607d ago | opinion piece

A Mirror's Edge 2 Wishlist

Clickonline writes: "Rumours of Mirror’s Edge 2’s continued development have resurfaced thanks to ex-EA producer, Ben Cousins, tweeting that it is in production. Sadly, neither DICE nor EA have confirmed its existence at this point in time. It is a title that I certainly hope is in development, but there are some elements that I would like to see included or simply tweaked from the first game. What would make up your wishlist if the rumours are true?" (Dev, Mirror's Edge)

Yi-Long  +   609d ago
I agree that it should (mostly) be kept 'outside' where you have freedom...
The first part of Mirror's Edge was amazing, and then they went through malls, offices, sewers, and that magic was kinda lost.

I feel it would just work better as a 'racing' game, so still that great parkour-gameplay and the brilliant visual style, but just put those kinda levels in different rooftop-settings across the globe.

A sort 'rally' racing time-trial 'event' where you just take on other runners across gorgeous stages.

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