You read that header right. Mirror’s Edge will be coming to your device in January of 2010. It’s a first-person free-running game goes to third-person perspective on the mobile platform. You’ll play as Faith, just as in the previous Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC release. Here are more details from EA on what you can expect in the iPhone and iPod touch release:

EXPERIENCE THE WORLD OF MIRROR’S EDGE – A place where information is heavily monitored and law is brutally enforced in an effort to create the ‘perfect’ society.

YOUR MISSION -Take control of Faith Connors, a member of an underground messenger group known as Runners, as she races to stop a deadly threat that has grown from within their own ranks.

SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST… AND FASTEST – Use Faith’s incredible acrobatic moves to outmaneuver the enemy -run on walls, slide down precarious ramps, ride ziplines, and leap between rooftops. Leave the enemy in your dust.

EDGE-OF-YOUR-SEAT EXCITEMENT – Burn through 14 levels of the fastest, most fluid action imaginable. Dynamic camera angles capture the intense action of this unique game.

HEIGHTEN YOUR SENSES- Immerse yourself in a stylish, graphically rich 3D environment flooded with realistic sound effects and phenomenal music.

Mirror’s Edge will be available on the App Store in January 2010 from EA Mobile. Keep a lookout for more here at EA Mobile’s iPhone website.

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You read right, a sequel is coming for Dead Space. There is no release date or really that much talk about it, but there is talk. Dead Space 2 will be released for the PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.

I have yet to finish the first game but I am enjoying it when I play it. I will probably get this one as well. Oh and the picture is not official art I just liked how it was copied from the L4D series.

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Tired of shooting Nazi’s well MOH Reboot is for you. It’s due next year for the usual platforms; more info will be revealed at the Spike TV Video Game Awards December 12th at 8pm. The game, to be set in Afghanistan, is said to be inspired by “real events”. Real events, could they be talking about Modern Warfare 2 sales at all here?

I will play this when it comes out and I am expecting it to be tough. But I would like to quote Nicolas Deleon of CrunchGear:

The question now becomes, how long till we’re tired of the modern setting? I think we’ve all shot our fair share of Nazis in various video games over the years, but how long till we’re bored shooting nondescript “ultra-nationalists,” “separatists,” or any other word but, gasp, “terrorist?”

I think he sums it up for me pretty well.

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