Mirror's Edge News

Skate 3 to be enhanced for Xbox One X

Alongside Mirror's Edge and Gears of War 3.

Three more Xbox 360 classics will be enhanced for Xbox One X including Skate 3, Mirror's Edge, and Gears of War 3, Microsoft has announced.

EA announces free game giveaway for all PlayStation owners

EA announces free game giveaway for all PlayStation owners

NFS! Mirror's Edge! PVZ! But you'll need to be quick.

EA is giving away three titles from its back catalogue in celebration of this weekend's PlayStation Experience event.

The trio of games are Need for Speed: Most Wanted on PlayStation Vita, Mirror's Edge on PlayStation 3 and Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare for PlayStation 4.

But you'll need to be quick - the games will only be free to download until the event's end tomorrow.

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Edge developer celebrates as Tim Langdell trademark finally cancelled

Edge developer celebrates as Tim Langdell trademark finally cancelled

"We are so happy for all the victims of this trademark troll."

A California judge has cancelled Tim Langdell's hold over the Edge trademark, ending a long-running dispute over the name with iOS developer Mobigame, EA and others.

EA filed a Consolidated Petition for Cancellation that covered a number of Langdell-owned trademarks back in 2009. This week, finally, they were granted.

The court documents, dated 17th April, cancel Landell's rights to Edge, Cutting Edge, Gamer's Edge and The Edge, filed by him over a number of years.

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Mirror's Edge still "important" for EA

Publisher won't confirm sequel cancellation.

EA has refused to confirm recent reports that development of a Mirror's Edge sequel has been stopped, insisting the free-running FPS franchise is still in its thoughts.

Langdell loses his Edge trademarks

Must write to people he pursued to say so.

"Nuisance litigator" Timothy Langdell has been stripped of his 'edge', 'cutting edge' and 'gamer's edge' trademarks after a legal battle with EA.

Langdell war "not over yet" - Mobigame

"I bet more good news will follow."

EA's recent victory against trademark hound Tim Langdell was "extremely good news" for the developer of iPhone puzzle game EDGE, but the war "it is not over yet".

Mobigame confident of Edge victory

Trademarks to "almost certainly be revoked".

Mobigame and Connect2Media believe Edge Games has no "enforceable" registered trademark in the UK or the US and that Tim Langdell's company has "misrepresented" what it does own.

Dead Space, Mirror's will be "successful"

But EA exec says launch timing was off.

EA Games Europe's Patrick Söderlund reckons that Dead Space and Mirror's Edge will be considered "successful" based on their lifetime performance, despite a slow start contributing to a massive loss in the company's third quarter.

Mirror's Edge time trial DLC delayed

PS3-exclusive map still due today.

EA has delayed the release of the Pure Time Trial Map Pack for Mirror's Edge until next month, but the standalone PS3-exclusive download map "Synethesia" will be released as part of the PlayStation Network update later today.

Mirror's Edge DLC dated

EA gives us the runaround. In two weeks.

Electronic Arts has announced that the Mirror's Edge premium downloadable content will be released on 29th January for PS3, Xbox 360 and PC.

Mirror's Edge, Dead Space sequels likely

Mirror's Edge, Dead Space sequels likely

John Riccitiello sings IPs' praises.

EA has let the birds fly on a brand new Dead Space and Mirror's Edge game.

Silver-haired EA boss John Riccitiello has hinted that more Dead Space and Mirror's Edge games are likely to appear.

"We're very pleased with a lot of our new franchises this year. Spore... [looks like an] ongoing franchise, Dead Space looks like a long-term big winner for us... Warhammer will continue to perform very well," said John Riccitiello in a financial call, listened to by Gamasutra.

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Mirror's Edge demo today on PSN

And tomorrow on Xbox Live.

EA and DICE have announced that the Mirror's Edge demo trailed last month will be released today, 30th October, on PlayStation Network and tomorrow, 31st October, on Xbox Live.

EA to take over Trafalgar Square again

Play games, look at Gemma Atkinson.

EA will be hosting an enormous public event inside the largest temporary structure ever erected in London's Trafalgar Square on 31st October and 1st November.

Mirror's Edge gets release date

Mirror's Edge gets release date

Plus: demo due before launch.

EA has announced a release date for the console versions of Mirror's Edge.

The PS3 and Xbox 360 versions will launch on 14th November, and pre-orders will begin next Friday 26th September.

EA is also planning a demo before release, which will feature the game's prologue, including the tutorial and a taster of the single-player story mode.

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PS3 to get exclusive Mirror's Edge DLC

PS3 to get exclusive Mirror's Edge DLC

EA and Sony have a special agreement.

Sony has dismissed reports Mirror's Edge will be a timed PS3 exclusive - but said there will be downloadable content available only via PlayStation Network.

Confusion arose last month after German site Heise Online quoted David Reeves as saying the new EA title will arrive on PS3 first.

EA has since denied the claim and now a Sony spokesperson has done the same, telling Eurogamer, "There was a misunderstanding in terms of the quote that Mirror's Edge is to be a timed exclusive on PS3."

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DICE hopes that Mirror's Edge will do "what Prince of Persia has done, but in first-person", according to producer Owen O'Brien, as more details of the next-generation action-adventure spill onto the Internet.

DICE details Mirror's Edge

DICE details Mirror's Edge

Set to change first-person rules.

Electronic Arts' studio Digital Illusions has revealed to GamesIndustry.biz details of how its new property hopes to revolutionise the way players experience games in the first-person perspective.

New title Mirror's Edge is part of the studio's concerted effort to expand its output beyond its leading Battlefield franchise.

"At this time, we are not revealing anything more than the fact that we are changing the way that players are able to move in first person," said a representative for DICE.

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