Mirror’s Edge 2

The original was a great first-person platformer hampered by its combat, too many interior environments and cutscenes that looked like they belonged in a 2D flash game. Thankfully, Mirror’s Edge 2 seems like a faster, less cumbersome game than its predecessor. The martial arts-style combat hasn't gone anywhere, but it does look much more satisfying to pull off, giving you a full complement of punches, kicks, grapples and environmental takedowns. Take that, smartly uniformed rooftop cops.

Mix all that with the rumours of an open-world city and drop-in online co-op, and this is shaping up to be one of the tidiest sequels of next year.

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