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The original title Mirror’s Edge was one of the most pleasant surprises of 2008, mainly due to its excellent mechanical parkour first person, but i really striking visual, and audio identity, thanks to which the DICE’s title really stood out in the group. After EA announced Mirror’s Edge Catalyst, the feeling was somewhat bittersweet. Adorable, because we, along with many fans wanted a continuation, but also somewhat bitter after we saw the first video clips that show … OK, but not the “wow” gameplay, as was the case with the first title .
Follow Faith, a daring free runner, as she fights for freedom in the city of Glass. What appears to be an elegant, high-tech city on the outside, has a terrible secret hidden within. Explore every corner from the highest beautifully lit rooftops to the dark and gritty tunnels below. The city is huge, free to roam and Faith is at the centre of it all.
Through the first-person perspective, combine her fluid movement and advanced combat with the city’s surroundings to master the environment and uncover the conspiracy. This is Mirror’s Edge for this generation, raising the bar in action-adventure games.
The parkour gameplay from the original game makes a return mostly unaltered in form and spirit, though it does feel blessedly smoother and marginally more forgiving in Catalyst. The big change is one of venue. Where Mirror’s Edge was a linear game, a set of levels to go through accompanied by some time trials, Catalyst is, ostensibly, a world. The City of Glass is a place where Faith is searching both for answers and a way to pay her old debts, and she can take jobs and side missions to do them both.
This is a great conceit for Faith as a gray-market messenger operating outside of the corporate-sanctioned laws of her world, and it opens upMirror’s Edge Catalyst in a way that the original game could never manage with its more finite spaces. In Mirror’s Edge, you might spend 20 or even 30 seconds at a clip free-running along walls and across gaps. In Catalyst, you’ll spend multiple minutes getting to missions and completing side activities, and even levels that are separated from the main game world are considerably larger than anything in the original.