Discussion in 'Digital Distribution & Mobile Game Applications' started by Regulater, May 6, 2011.
Anyone have this? and can you rate it for me pls.
I don't have it but i have read plenty of reviews.
They all seem to agree that it was a generaly very pretty to look at but quite buggy.
We got it for the PC for $4 at Game last year. My youngest boy (12YO) loves it (I haven't played it). Loved it so much that when the boys bought an Xbox360 he got it for that as well. Will see if he'll do a review for you if you want.
I've played through it on steam. Didn't notice any major bugs.
It's absolutely beautiful (especially with full physX on).
The main campaign is kinda short but has a pretty cool story.
There's a little bit of replay value with the Time Trials if you're into trying to find the fastest lines through a mission run.
thanks for the feedback
Didn't notice/see any bugs at all myself, also didn't hear about any from revies I looked at before getting the game. In fact this is one of my all time favourite games. If you're tired of the "see enemy, take cover, shoot, repeat" FPS genre then this will be a very welcome change of pace.
Bought it on Steam - and the damn thing wont run Tried all of the usual tricks but nothing.
Looks like a great game, and does very well in the Top 100 games lists too.
Win7 64bit here btw.
Win 764 here too spectre, what if any error msgs did you get?
Funny - I just tried to run it to see what messages I might get - and it worked
Only down-side is I've got an Xbox360 controller plugged in and it will only tell me what shoulder button to press!! Guess I'll be unplugging it soon enough
Game looks incredible!
got it on ps3 and im a big fan i have to say.
Played it on Win7 64bit and loved it. As Drac said it made a very nice change from the see enemy, cover, shoot fps games I play a lot of.
I was actually thinking of re-installing this over the weekend for another run through.
Here is a good review of what the game is about if you haven't decided yet.
Retrospective: Mirror's Edge Article - - Page 1 | Eurogamer.net