Doug Buel writes: "In "Mirror's Edge," you get to run over the glass-and-steel surfaces of a sinister, yet pristine city -- often at dizzying heights. Most of what you see might be useful. Scamper over chain-link fences, run along crane booms and leap across sky-high gaps between buildings.
We've seen aerial antics before in games, such as "Assassin's Creed," but this time we're in first-person perspective. It feels like you're there more than ever."