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Mirror's Edge on PSN next week

As of next week, Mirror's Edge will finally be on every single DD service relevant to the game.

Mirror's Edge is already on Origin and Steam (for $20.00) and Xbox Live Games on Demand (for $15.00), and as of Tuesday, it will be in the PlayStation Network Store as well. No price is announced, but it will probably cost more than the $5 or $10 you can find it for in a store.

The game is nearly four years old at this point, and is neither rare nor expensive, and it's not really the type of game that benefits a whole lot from being on your hard drive at all times, but if you're late to the party because of your agoraphobia, here's some good news.

The PSN gets Mirror's Edge on September 25th.

Reported by Rhody Tobin



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