Mirror's Edge offered one of the most unique gaming experiences the industry has ever seen. Unfortunately, its sequel will be remembered for all the wrong reasons.
I love this game
Been a year already...damn time is flying. I remember this getting mixed reviews but ibe never played either game.
1 Reason: Anita Sarkeesian
Was just about to say that...
Well, EA did deny her involvement, but I really doubt even if she was screwing around, she would have affected the gameplay and world design. I really doubt they would have allowed her to get anywhere near the gameplay and world designing aspects. Otherwise... good grief
Good game, I enjoyed it.
Because first person platforming is just not fun.
Then please explain me why in counterstrike people love to run maps where you climb your way to the top or bunny hop across platforms.
Better vantage points? Counter Strike's main selling point isn't the platforming, it's shooting people.
It's a great 3D platformer
They made an open world, which was often requested after the first game, but didn't fill it with anything remotely interesting and didn't let you go to ground level (you only get a little peek of an alley at one point). Most of the game is trekking through the same areas back and forth for various objectives. Also had basically nothing to do with the original game and ended on ANOTHER cliffhanger. Oh, and the garbage rewards from doing the few time trials and lame sidequests required you to use an app or a website. Why they couldn't be used in-game I couldn't tell you.
failed? i thought it was pretty fun for a few hours.
This and Rise of the Tomb Raider were the only games I got for ps4 this year and I honestly loved both. Missed a bunch of new games but couldn't afford any of them. I enjoyed Catalyst more than the original.
Loved this game. Very fun, excellent parkour, loved the combat, gorgeous world, and beautiful music. Game is epic.
The environments are probably my favorite out of any. The interior colors of different buildings and apartments were gorgeous. I actually took pictures with my phone just to look at them from time to time.
I got this game when it was on for 7 or 8 bucks on Origin. Unfortunately I just haven't had time to play it I don't know where my game time has gone lately but I'll probably get to it when the weather starts to get crappy after the Summer's over
The first one is far better, and actually still looks just as good. If you haven't played the first one, get it and skip the sequel. It was nothing to do with the first and is not nearly as good.
I remember interviewing one of the key chaps behind the game. Got absolutely slated for it by many, many internet communities (including Neogaf). Here's the interview: http://prankster101.com/art... And Neogaf's response: http://neogaf.com/forum/sho... Still... I kind of liked the notion of making "front page news".
This game did not need to be open world. Should have been linear like the first installment. smh
Ironically it's one of the few open world games I enjoy. Even though admittedly I played it more linear outside of collecting electronics, gridleaks and doing side missions.
Cause no one asked for it. It was literally pulled out of someones rear end. and you need to do more than just run around to make a triple A game a game. That's my 2 cents.
For me was the sound track other than that enjoyed.
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