Summary: Mirror's Edge is fast paced and chalk full of action. This game is kind of like a hybrid of the movies "Run Lola, Run" and "The Matrix" and the Half Life games. The comic book style animation that narrates the story is unique and the dialogue (although sometimes cheesy) isn't half-bad.
Summary: This game is NOT a first person shooter. It has a first person perspective, but it is a PUZZLE game. The main objective is parkouring your way through the city, and figuring out how to get around obstacles.
Summary: Fun game with a small learning curve with an okay story. The action is quick and entertaining. Sometimes, the expected steps to finish a level were a little more frustrating than exciting, which is not something I savor in a game - this brought the 4 instead of 5 stars.
Summary: Mirror's Edge was very fun to play. Never played anything like it. The first-person perspective coupled with the setting and overall gameplay provided a high level of immersion. You get caught up in the moment of being chased and thinking on your feet. The graphics were amazing.
Summary: The ad says it is for windows xp and vista so I did not know if it would work with windows 7, so I thought I would report that it does work with windows 7 64 bit in case some one else was wondering the same. Game looks and plays really great even though I have only Intel HD 3000 graphics.
Summary: Everything about this game was great; from the controls and the visuals to the atmosphere and uniqueness of it's game play. The only thing that bogs the game down is a lame story and bland/unnecessary gunplay.
Summary: This game is very visceral. Most games have you moving around with your head perfectly level. This game you see your perspective go every which way while you're running around the levels just like you do in real life when you go running.
Summary: This is a breath of fresh air from the common RPG or action game. The concept is so foreign to me, and yet so appealing that I just had to pick it up. It turned out to be a rather good decision as I couldn't put it down originally.