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Resolution: Mirror's Edge review

Resolution writes: "While a good platformer would give a player a clear destination but no clear path, Mirror's Edge gives the player clear paths with no destination. You never really know where you're going, so the game becomes more one of trial and error, where you run up walls and try out different moves until you end up somewhere new. The puzzle element is lost, as no actual logic is involved. Action also takes a hit, because you'll spend a lot of time retrying things in a single room, rather than progressing at the high speeds the game thrives on."

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