Mirror’s Edge – PC

Mirror's Edge - PC

Like its heroine, Faith, Mirror’s Edge tries to hurdle some significant obstacles, but unlike Faith, it can’t always make the leap. No doubt, this fascinating action platformer possesses its share of innovations, from a first-person perspective to a clean and crisp visual style, yet it looks to the past more than you may initially notice. This is a modern-day iteration of an old-fashioned platformer, in which you’re meant to play and replay sequences of jumps, grabs, and slides until you get them perfect, or at least perfect enough to continue. But unlike its ancestors, Mirror’s Edge is more about speed and momentum, and when you can connect your moves in a flawless stream of silky movement, it’s eminently thrilling and satisfying. Unfortunately, Mirror’s Edge has a tendency to trip over its own feet, keeping you slipping and sliding blissfully along, only to have a tedious jumping puzzle or hazy objective put the brakes on. Leaderboard chasers looking to set a speed-run record will find Mirror’s Edge to be pure gold. Others will give up, alienated by the inherent trial and error of the game’s basic design. At the very least, there’s nothing quite like it, and it deserves a cautious look from anyone who appreciates games that hew their own path.

Faith is a runner, in more ways than one. In the oppressed society of Mirror’s Edge, runners are an underground network of couriers, carrying sensitive information and documents from sender to receiver. The content of these messages is never clear, and it doesn’t matter much; rather, the story’s conflict revolves around Faith’s sister, a cop who is framed for the murder of a mayoral candidate who promised to bring change to the totalitarian government and bring hope to the runners living on the fringe. Soon, Faith is running for a different reason: to uncover the conspiracy at the heart of the murder and clear her sister’s name. The story is straightforward, but it’s interesting enough to keep you involved, and though it ends with a sequel-hinting cliffhanger, it wraps up things enough to feel fulfilling nonetheless. More intriguingly, the story plays out between missions in stylishly animated cutscenes, as well as scenes within the game engine itself, which also look attractive but feature a completely different art style. Both types look good, but the disparity is a little odd.

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56 Comments on "Mirror’s Edge – PC"

  1. ZrxLvr April 11, 2016 at 07:09 - Reply

    This game sux ass…I want a shooter not a damn movie..
    Thank for Uploading though

  2. yapi May 25, 2016 at 06:04 - Reply

    OMG Thank you so much I want to play the game so badly thank you so much man ?

  3. cukagagi July 5, 2016 at 07:20 - Reply


  4. huti July 11, 2016 at 06:57 - Reply

    Seed and ENJOY!

  5. hanichab November 2, 2016 at 09:27 - Reply


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