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Game Description:In Mirror's Edge, you might do more damage to your enemies if you run away. You'll play as Faith, a "runner" in a dizzying cityscape where you'll face enemies, experience chases, and solve puzzles in a revolutionary first-person shooter without the shooter. The game's world challenges you to pull off stunts only possible when normal physics don't apply. Run up walls, spin in mid-air, swing off pipes, roll into landings, and more. Build up runner vision, then use it to slow things down and take out enemies. Or use the power to uncover unseen, seemingly impossible escape routes...that are yours for the taking.
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