Uploaded on Aug 17, 2009
Part 3, with ending and credits. READ ON FOR A LITTLE REVIEW OF THIS GAME IF YOU'RE INTERESTED!
I DOUBLE dare you to watch the entire thing...I threw a little random something-something at the end...just watch and see! xD
Anyway, this has been officially the first set of many promising gameplay videos that I am planning to do, and perhaps make them into a bunch of series videos, finishing with an all-time favorite: Mirror's Edge.
***Please do keep in mind that all of my gameplay footage from now on will contain spoilers (if any)!***
Here it is, the end of the game! I tried to get through this chapter as smooth as possible, but the stuttering suddenly bogged my system. I will figure that out later :)
This is the longest, and most challenging chapter out of this entire game for me. I tried to do it all under 10 minutes, but I just couldn't do it....I'm not that good. Because of that, I divided the chapter into 3 parts...this is part 3, with ending and Staff Credits.
---- AFTERTHOUGHTS ----
So, would I consider you buying this game? Let me rephrase my question:
1. Have you played "Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time?
2. Did you ENJOY Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time?
3. Do you know what "Parkour" is?
4. Do you enjoy running?
5. Do you like bright colors?
6. Mostly for the Americans, does that chick with the pink hair on those ESurance commercials turn you on or give you a successive boner?
If you answered YES to any or ALL of these questions, then buy this game...no questions asked!
But to be critical, as most of you could figure out, this felt more like an experimental game. It was extremely short and the replay value is a little low. The time trials and speedruns do add a bit of a challenge to the game, but this can get quite old very fast. Though don't get me wrong, I got quite addicted to some levels on this game.
The most critical thing that made me laugh about this game: the CUTSCENES! My goodness, I seriously thought this game was sponsored by Esurance or something, because the cutscenes look EXACTLY like Esurance commercials, and I couldn't help but wonder who would win in a catfight: Erin Esurance or Faith Connors. The drawings look kind of rushed or not polished enough, especially with Faith, since her head seems a little mishaped.
Final thoughts: Regardless of its flaws, this game is a keeper.
---WILL THERE BE A MIRROR'S EDGE 2 SEQUEL?---
According to various sources, Patrick Soderlund, the man in charge of EA games Europe, has confirmed that a 'small team' is working on a sequel to Mirror's Edge, despite the not-so-shining sales and mixed reviews that the first one received. Though they feel comfortable enough that they can move the story along with the second one.
Check the article here to read more:
So, after many attempts of a Mirror's Edge 2 Prototype, unfortunately the sequel has been put on hold until further notice. This is due to the prototypes not being satisfactory enough for EA to consider giving the devs the green light to actually make the sequel happen and also due to the 1st game getting mixed and underwhelming reviews. You can pat yourselves on the back for basically buying other "popular" games that actually sold well and yet they [also] play like crap.
As of November 2012, word is going around that a sequel, Mirror's Edge 2, is finally in the works! It is rumored to use the Frostbite 2 Engine, the same graphics engine used in Battlefield 3! Let's hope DICE and EA don't screw this one up, eh?
* Mirror's Edge 2 Is Being Made Right Now, According to Ex-EA Developer:
* "It is general knowledge in the Stockholm dev scene that Mirror's Edge 2 is in production at DICE"
* "DICE: 'we don't want to become a Battlefield factory' "
As of June 10th 2013, A shiny new teaser trailer for Mirror's Edge 2 has been revealed by DICE at EA's E3 conference! The sequel is set to be released "when it's ready". Now the REAL waiting game begins!
CLICK HERE to watch the teaser trailer!
As usual. I will try to bring you gameplay footage at its highest quality possible. Footage here has been encoded using Sony Vegas 7.0 rendered on 1280x720 30p, all at BEST settings using wmv 9 encoding.
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