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Hallelujah, Mirror's Edge 2 Not So Dead!

Posted on Friday, February 18 @ 17:20:06 Eastern by

When it comes to slightly obscure, yet beloved video games, no news is good news. That's why I was crying like a little baby so disappointed last week when it was reported that Mirror's Edge 2 was canceled. I mean... I was really sad... crushed even.

So when I get on my computer today and find quotes from EA's DICE studio that Mirror's Edge is "an important franchise," I stop and take notice. Oh, so now we're complimenting the little free-runner that could?

DICE goes on to say that they're full focused on developing Battlefield 3. I can understand that that's a more important piece of work than the sequel to Mirror's Edge, but let's get something official!

Please, DICE, just announce that a project is in the works. I don't even care if it's another iPhone game. Anything to keep the IP alive. I'll continue to hope for a fully-fledged sequel in the meantime.

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