Mirror's Edge Catalyst - Review - SPOnG.
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Mirror's Edge Catalyst review A gorgeous and exciting free-running sequel that keeps a few of the original game's issues. By Samuel Roberts 06 June 2016 Comments.
This comes out pretty soon. I'm still kind of waiting to see what it has to offer, more than what I've seen from videos of the beta, but I enjoyed the.
If there's one thing Mirror's Edge Catalyst isn't short of, it's collectibles. There's technically around 700 of them to find, but thankfully the 324 GridLeaks can be revealed on the map after.
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The length of the game is a blessing and a curse. I was pleased it was over, but kind of disappointed at the short length of time it took to finish it. The music was really nice in Mirror’s Edge Catalyst, but it just wasn’t prominent enough. Sometimes you’d hear this really nice ambient futuristic electronica whilst traversing the map, but then it would be gone, and the loud thud of.
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