I love video games. Over my eighteen years of life, I've accumulated a substantial collection of games and consoles, engaged in several dialogues about my passion for the medium over the internet, and shared the hobby I love with friends and family alike. I love video games.
In case you were wondering if Mirror's Edge 2 will be making an appearance at E3 2014, here's some concept art posted to the Mirror's Edge Facebook page today, tagged #E32014.
Shockwaves rippled all over the video game internet when EA closed out their E3 press conference with a reveal of Mirror’s Edge 2. And, after careful investigation, scientists believe they may have located the epicenter of the fanquake. We can't see this young man's eyes but I'll bet money that they were wet. May we…
I love Mirror's Edge so much I'm not going to get into it here, but the game had its faults. All those indoor bits, mostly. I wanted to run free!
Mirror's Edge 2 was just announced. Online across the globe, gamers are excited. While many are looking forward to the sequel in Japan, there is a group of gamers there who are not thrilled with how the protagonist looks.
Several sites are reporting that an entry popped up on EA's help center page for Mirror's Edge 2, the as of yet unannounced sequel to EA's 2008 first-person platformer. Unfortunately, the entry has already been removed. We're seeking out EA for a comment, and will update this post should they respond.
Few recent games have had as many requests for a follow-up as Mirror's Edge. If you go by the amount of love professed for it on the internet, the first-person freerunner charmed the vast majority of people who played it. But the 2008 release didn't sell well enough to merit a sequel and it seemed that hopes for a …
What's the future of Mirror's Edge, that flawed but beautiful cult-favorite of a first-person parkour game?
You know how Battlefield 3 looks absolutely stunning? That's because it's on a new engine, Frostbite 2. And if rumours are to be believed, so too is Mirror's Edge 2.
Before editing the entry earlier today, the resume of Oscar Carlén - senior lighting artist at DICE - included the words "Mirror's Edge 2".