It's an origins story, but not a prequel. It's a reboot. From the official press release: "...Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ: EA) and developer of the blockbuster Battlefield™ franchise, today announced that fan-favorite Mirror's Edge™ is in early stages of development. Mirror's Edge was first introduced in 2008 and fans quickly elevated the game's heroine "Faith" into a videogame icon. Gamers and critics worldwide praised it...
Can people stop calling it "Mirror's Edge 2"? [Unfortunately] It's not a sequel, it's a reboot effectively scrubbing any continuity from the first game.
No problem with my PS3 after update. Turned it on and off and so on. Works just fine.
Yeah, they confirmed at the Xbox reveal that Avatars are gone along with all the avatar content.
The code doesn't work because the Killzone Mercenary beta starts in August, like it said when you get your code.
SCE's Shahid Kamal Ahmad
It's not Mirror's Edge 2, it's a reboot of Mirror's Edge. ;/
That Tweet was made before they revealed the MP. The MP was revealed on June 5th EST on the PS Blog. So, I'm willing to bet that the MP reveal with the trailer was the "big" news.
*hint, hint* Everquest
They're not going to have an E3 conference for the public. They'll have a smaller conference/meeting for investors, and a private meeting for press. The public will get the Nintendo Direct E3 video. It should satisfy everyone! : D
People were talking about this. Someone was just not paying attention.
Yeah, I'll be picking both games up. I have been wanting to get back into the Atelier series and I was really hoping Toukiden would be localized. I'm glad we'll get both!
All I know is, one of those better be Phantasy Star Online 2.
You act like Microsoft and Sony are mortal enemies and never do business together. You realize that there are Sony products and services on Xbox 360 right now, right?
Sooo, essentially what is already being done with current gen consoles? People, microtransactions and free-to-play are nothing new.
@Dan_scruggs No. Remote play will enable you to play anywhere there is a WiFi connection.
"The PSP did so well because it was easily hackable, cheaper, and had a reasonable storage solution. The Vita is none of these. " Oh, how we forget. The PSP launched at the same price of $249 USD. The Vita basic is $249 and most bundles come at that price. Games launched at the same price too averaging $39.99 for a regular retail game. "A reasonable storage solution"? You forget that the PSP started out ...
Insomniac is still heavily involved and the movie is written by the writer of the R&C Future series. Seems like it's in good hands.
I guess we might get a reveal before E3 after all.
Wow. Well.... I can't help but think that better screens could have been found for comparison. :/
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