It was on this day in 2008 that DICE and Electronic Arts released Mirror’s Edge, shaking up the first-person genre with an incredibly fast-paced and breathtaking physics experience.
There are few things in the world of fiction that I love more than stories about dystopian futures where the corrupt and ruthless power structure can only be brought down by a very specific recreational activity. Car racing, breakdancing, even competitive cooking, these are the things that will pave the way for a brighter future. And in Mirror's Edge, as I understand it, that activity is parkour. Renegade parkour! Now, we finally have a chance to find out why that particular future society is so vulnerable to quickly traversing urban obstacles: Dark Horse has announced Mirror's Edge: Exordium, an upcoming miniseries serving as a prequel to the upcoming video game, written and drawn by the writers and artists who worked on the game.
EA has confirmed that the game formerly known as Mirror's Edge 2 will now be known as Mirror's Edge Catalyst.
EA has revealed the expected launch windows for its new Need for Speed, Plants vs. Zombies and Mirror's Edge titles.
A video game industry analyst's research suggests that both Mass Effect 4 and Mirror's Edge 2 will be out before EA's 2016 fiscal year is over, which ends in March 2016.
EA Games has announced that it will be letting PlayStation users download three of its games for free this weekend.
Parkour reaches its pinnacle as a player just shattered Mirror's Edge's world record with a near-perfect run.
EA has provided two new pieces of concept art for the prequel to Mirror's Edge.
EA presented a developer's video for the prequel to Mirror's Edge at E3 today, giving us our first look at one of E3's most anticipated games.
It seems that the Oculus Rift is starting to see more game support. Someone has figured out how to run Mirror's Edge on the VR peripheral and it looks fantastic.