Just realized something weird


#1

For those of you who have played Mirror’s Edge, compare the startup sequence of that game with Evolve’s.


#2

Illuminati?


#3

No.  


#4


#5

Definitely.

Mirror’s Edge is such a great game, was playing out of nostalgia while nobody on my friends list was on playing Evolve.


#6

I worry about the prequel that’s coming out though. :stuck_out_tongue:


#7

Same, I hope they don’t mess it up. I have heard, however, that it will be open world, and my god would that be a beautiful game. Just running around freely over rooftops.

Also, they desperately need to kill the forced combat in the first game- those were the worst parts. I’m cool with like taking out one guy and running, but the ones where you had to kill everybody felt slow and boring.


#8

Didnt they cancel that tho?


#9

Last I heard it was on.


#10

Is the sequel a prequel? :open_mouth:


#11

@ddlarnold @RobertOfPotatoland Man, this is late:

But no, they’re making ME2! It is a prequel, and it is going ahead last I heard.


#12

:smiley:

 


#13

Your only five days late


#14

Better late than never, aye?


#15

As evidenced by our punctuality in responding to the comments above us. :stuck_out_tongue:


#16

There was actually an achievement for not killing anyone through the whole game that made it a little more interesting for me.


#17

I think that was just for a level, or not using guns at all. Some parts basically forced you to take people out.


#18

If I remember right there is a way to knock some one out instead of killing them. But I just ran my ass off through the whole game. Let me find the achievement and I’ll post the exact wording.


#19

My bad, it says complete the game without shooting anyone. But I’m pretty sure you don’t have to kill them when using melee.


#20

I guess it just “knocks them out” when you melee/counter.

It’s still annoying when you have to fight instead of just running, or like taking out one guy and keep on moving. The extended fights stink.