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Submitted by SethThePirate 792d ago | opinion piece

5 Things We Want From Mirror's Edge 2

With rumours flying around, aided by Amazon Germany and Italy posting listings, it seems that Mirror's Edge 2 may be set for an E3 2013 reveal. With that in mind Ruaidhri has produced a list of what are essentials to make this sequel as great as the first game. (Mirror's Edge, Mirror's Edge 2, PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

kingjosh1876  +   792d ago
If it ever releases under EA you can expect DLC/microtransactions and multiplayer...
hazelamy  +   792d ago
i'd like a third person option, only an option mind, so people who want to can still play in first person.
so i can play the game without wanting to vomit after ten minutes
SethThePirate  +   792d ago
At first I was thinking this was an awful idea, but no I think about it an option as you say to turn it on and off would be awesome! Keep the main thrust of the game as a FPS but just have the option of 3rd person like a racing game would be great!

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