EA Releases New Mirror's Edge: Catalyst Trailer

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  1. morbias

    morbias Don TazeMeBro Staff Member

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    EA / DICE have released a new trailer for the next installment in the Mirror's Edge franchise, slated for release on February 23rd, 2016....

    EA Releases New Mirror's Edge: Catalyst Trailer

    [EDIT] oops, just realised this trailer was released a week ago but has only now hit the xbox channel...
     
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  2. SpajdrEX

    SpajdrEX AMD Vanguard

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    Can you break your legs and drive a wheelchair then?
     
  3. CK the Greek

    CK the Greek Maha Guru

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    Clean graphics,seems optimized enough..maybe a successful title is coming..

    <Spajdrik...is this a weird joke or something...?>
     
  4. seaplane pilot

    seaplane pilot Maha Guru

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    Scripted games are so 1999, the dialog blows.
     

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    waltc3 Maha Guru

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    It'll be nice when things come full circle again and developers rediscover the value of game demos. Trailers are for films and/or TV shows, imo--for passive entertainment. Interactive entertainment demands something more.
     
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    gUNN1993 Master Guru

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    Mirrors edge 1 demo was silly popular, definitely why i bought the game
     
  7. James Frazer

    James Frazer Member Guru

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    Yes a demo lets you play the game for yourself but they are limited to the knowledge, experience and imagination of the player. So while I agree with you about demos, I disagree about trailers, so why not have both?
    For example, imagine playing Street Fighter where you know knowing of the special fighting moves or anything about combos... the game would be pretty dull. But a trailer can also show you what you can do, to lead you in to new ways of thinking about the game and what you can do within it. A trailer is also an easy way to show you reasons why you should want to play the game in the first place, demos are only good if you were interested before hand.
     
  8. umeng2002

    umeng2002 Maha Guru

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    Why release a demo when you can just lie to people with pre-rendered "in-engine" videos? Come on people, you have think like a video game publisher.
     
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    The reboot looks pretty nice, if only they had overhauled the combat animations too.
    As I didn't play the first game (besides the demo hehe), I think it's time to board the train.
     

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