Mirror's Edge Goes Third-Person on PC

| 28 Jan 2009 17:15

Faith may be one of the best runners in the city, but she sure looks goofy doing it.

As with every major PC release, the first thing that most players want to discover are the kinds of modifications they can perform on the original source code of the game. While EA's parkour action title, Mirror's Edge, was released for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in November 2008, the PC version hit shelves only a few weeks ago. There hasn't been any major revelations from the mod scene so far, with the exception of being able to play the game outside of its original first-person trappings.

Obviously, the developers at DICE never intended for the game to be played this way, as Faith's actions -- powerful and extremely convincing while seen from her viewpoint -- appear absolutely ridiculous when viewed in their full glory. GameZine has all the details on how to turn your copy of Mirror's Edge into drunken, duck-running simulation.

Comments on