Alongside Mirror's Edge and Gears of War 3.
Along with the original Mirror's Edge.
Xbox 360 gets Forza Horizon and Mirror's Edge.
It will be a "female-centered action series."
But what about the British summer?
NFS! Mirror's Edge! PVZ! But you'll need to be quick.
Races through the adventure in 34.11.
Reveal at tonight's conference?
But is she working on the next Tomb Raider?
Don't look down.
UPDATE: Now spotted on EA's own site.
"We are so happy for all the victims of this trademark troll."
Not too dicey to hope for this in the sequel?
Got a couple of hundred quid?
UPDATE: ex-DICE dev says Mirror's Edge 2 in production. EA remains quiet.
DICE reignites sequel talk.
They'd "burn out".
"You'll see that combination, I'm sure."
Publisher won't confirm sequel cancellation.
Project has been "stopped".
Dead Space "didn't hit expectations" either.
Edge Games meets the edge.
Must write to people he pursued to say so.
"I bet more good news will follow."
Edge Games' "trolling" denied.
"Very limited stock." Hop to it.
Trademarks to "almost certainly be revoked".
"When did EA become the good guys?"
Resubmits petition to bring Langdell down.
Nobody tell Tim.
Time Trials still seven quid on 360 though.
But EA exec says launch timing was off.
Is that it, Faith? No! More!
Plus LBP goodies, Mirror's Edge map.
PS3-exclusive map still due today.
EA gives us the runaround. In two weeks.
Enter a code and you're away.
John Riccitiello sings IPs' praises.
Arrives with PC version in January.
Banjo, Mirror's Edge, Wii Music struggle.
DLC also down for early 2009 release.
Retailers point to January 2009.
Demos of those, and add-ons for others.
And tomorrow on Xbox Live.
Play games, look at Gemma Atkinson.
Level editor included in future plans.
Theme faithfully remixed by deck-hands.
Plus: demo due before launch.
EA and Sony have a special agreement.
New LOTR, Dragon Age to make 08 exciting.
Rejecting FPS principles.
Set to change first-person rules.