"Mirror's Edge, a game that polarized opinion when it was first released, and continues to do so to this day. And with good reason. It's a first-person platformer, which is unique, and means you spend a good portion of the game looking at walls 2 inches in front of your nose. But it's the frustration levels that kill the game for me.
I know I'm late to this. Mirror's Edge was released on the PS3 and Xbox 360 in November, but it's taken me this long to give it a go. My problem - too much time working and not enough time gaming. I finally started the game three days ago, and I now feel confident enough to call it "the most frustrating game of all time."