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Let me just first say that Mirror's Edge is AWESOME. Definitely one of the most unique games I've played in years, it's just too bad it's pretty short (but still very replayable!).

The music in this game is really good, I don't think anyone couldn't get around it if you've seen any trailer. So here's my contribution to the amazing OST of Mirror's Edge!



Rated 4 / 5 stars


To bad its just a drum machine doing the beat


Rated 4 / 5 stars


Stay Alive, aww. Great remix to an extent but the original song cant be beat.
Mirror's Edge was BA though :P

NemesisTheory responds:

yep! I agree, nothings beats the original :)
and the game is great, yes!


Rated 4 / 5 stars


The music was great.
But Mirror's Edge was just about the biggest disappointment of 2008.


Rated 4 / 5 stars


Great job on this one. But the harder part isn't really in the spirit of the game, and in contradiction to what some say, I wouldn't want to listen to this during a playthrough. Still, it's worthwile to listen to in the end for outside the game, and it's certainly a good remix. Now try making a techno-version. Then, maybe, I can listen to it during a playthrough ;)


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Incredibly soothing....

I really like how you bring in each instruments in the beginning. It's like you're building up the emotions of the listener, you know. The melodies and accompaniment are well written, and they gives you a lot of things to visualize in mind.

I understand that your style resembles heavy metal voice, as for a soothing song like this, I'd rather keep the percussion low like the 3:13 part almost throughout. It might have turned out to be an excellent ambient song even. Heavy drums are just too hard to blend in, imho. :)

Anyway, I still favor the way you write your melodies that people could enjoy listening over and over again, plus it's very practical for film and gaming use.