Mirror's Edge

Global Total as of 08th Nov 2014 (units): 0.05m
Platform: Microsoft WindowsAlso on: PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, iOS
Developer: EA Digital Illusions CE Genre: Action

Total Units

Europe: 0.04m 78.4%
+ Rest of the World: 0.01m 21.6%
= Global 0.05m

Release History

TitlePublisherRegionDateDistribution
Mirror's Edge Electronic ArtsNorth America12th January 2009Retail
Mirror's Edge Electronic ArtsEurope16th January 2009Retail
Mirror's Edge Electronic ArtsEurope16th January 2009Retail
Mirror's Edge Electronic ArtsJapan22nd January 2009Retail
Mirror's Edge Electronic ArtsJapan22nd January 2009Retail

Game Overview

Mirror's Edge is a first person action-adventure platforming game, developed by EA Digital Illusions CE (DICE) and published by Electronic Arts (EA). The game was announced on 10 July, 2010, and released for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in November 2008, and for the PC in January 2009.

Mirror's Edge is best known for its distinctive and bright art direction and focus on first person platforming, which is heavily inspired by Parkour; a discipline which focuses on efficient movement around obstacles by vaulting, rolling, sliding, running, climbing, and jumping.

http://gamewise.co/games/24432/Mirrors-Edge

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Comments

IllegalPaladin (on 03 January 2010)
Thanks to Steam, it was only $5.


Using a mouse and keyboard is SO
much better than fumbling around with a
controller in my opinion. Even if my
specs can't run it at a smooth frame
rate, the game looks great at high
settings and the Physx effects add that
extra level of detail to the levels.
Cueil (on 31 December 2009)
This game works automagicly with Xbox
360 controllers.
salaminizer (on 03 December 2009)
it's a good game, I loved the art
style. but as everyone said, the combat
sections were horrid. actually using the
guns is not really bad, but HAVING to
grab a gun and kill some baddies is just
annoying.

and the story too, like no
one knew Celeste was one of them...
Killergran (on 20 October 2009)
Yeah, if your PC can run it, it's WAY
nicer on PC.
Deviation59 (on 17 May 2009)
This game is incredible on the PC. It's
just so much easier to control than it
is on the consoles.
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