Joystiq Review: Mirror's Edge

Keep in mind though, the stumbles are the exception more than the rule. And they shouldn't distract you from the fact that this is, without question, one of the most inventive and original titles of the past five years. More often than not, if you're willing to trust that DICE knows what it's doing, if you're willing to forget what you know and leap off the edge, fingers extended, you'll find something to latch on to on the other side.

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