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This Mirror's Edge parkour video makes me dizzy


11:00 PM on 09.05.2013



After I played Mirror's Edge for the first time earlier this year, I was really happy to hear the announcement of a new title for next-gen consoles. Seems I wasn't the only one, as parkour video group Ampisound was inspired enough by the news to film this dizzying tribute. 

Whilst the location of Cambridge isn't as glossy as the city and distinctly lacks a lot of red drains, this is a great video. The traceur is wearing a costume just like Faith's in-game outfit and even the arm movements seems uncannily accurate. Ampisound hase made a great tribute to the original and it'd be great to see them do a followup video when Mirror's Edge 2 is released. 






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