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Submitted by FanOfRootBeer 622d ago | article

Mirror's Edge 2 is More Important to Next-Gen Systems Than You Think

CCC says: "Sure, the reveal footage showed us approximately none percent of the game, but the fact that a cult classic like Mirror’s Edge would receive a sequel at all—and on next-gen systems, at that—was good enough for most. However, the timing and nature of the reveal alone show that the game is destined to be an enormous success for DICE. It may not (okay, let’s be serious: will not) crack Battlefield 4’s 14-million-units-sold-at-launc h prediction, but Mirror’s Edge 2 has plenty going for it." (Culture, Mirror's Edge 2)

dontbhatin  +   622d ago
Well written article.

I am very excited for this game! its one of those games where you come back to it every so often and play through it all over again. Since i wished the game was longer than it is, it seems like the sequel will fix that one issue i had with the game! :)
ChozenWoan  +   622d ago
This game played with a Rift = Giggidy!!!
Pancit_Canton  +   622d ago
Not really.It's not a system seller of any means. The game was fairly average with a lot of hype in a gaming world.

STAR WARS BATTLEFRONT 3 in the other hand. People will kill for shiz.
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Salooh  +   622d ago
Speak for your self. It's not hyped. The game deserved what it got . It's a classic game . It even deserve more for taking the chance to make something new , exciting and challenging. If people just knew about the game. They were busy with call of duty and games like it..

I would buy a ps4 just to play this masterpiece..
reaper24  +   622d ago
I hope that there will be a trend for more creative and interesting games like this on next gen consoles. A new console generation isn't worth it without interesting gameplay and cool art. I hope we see less CoDs and more of this.
MidnytRain  +   622d ago
We'll never see less CoDs...
MysticStrummer  +   622d ago
"I hope we see less CoDs and more of this."

That won't happen until CoD stops selling like it does every year.
reaper24  +   622d ago
I don't want CoD to disappear, although I don't really appreciate it. I just want games to feel more different from each other and to offer unique gameplay.
MysticStrummer  +   622d ago
"I don't want CoD to disappear, although I don't really appreciate it. I just want games to feel more different from each other and to offer unique gameplay."

Agreed. My little brother buys CoD every year and I don't want him to lose his fun, I just don't want other games to copy CoD.
MilkMan  +   622d ago
Fell asleep at Mirror's Edge.
This game was horrible, how anyone is talking about this things is one of the wonders of the world.
CaptainYesterday  +   622d ago
Good job DICE a lot of people thought there would never be a sequel to Mirrors Edge and it seems like it's going to be better than we expected! :)

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