I am honestly debating about when to try out Mirror’s Edge Catalyst. I know it is still a month away from public release, but some of my friends have been part of the Beta and are raving about it. I usually like the games they do, but not always, and that kind of gives me pause deepcheats.
Normally, I like to get my games the same time as my friends so they do not get too far ahead of me. It can be a drag to join a war party or something similar without being leveled up or having similar gear and equipment. They lower the difficulty a little to deepcheats compensate for me being a “noob” but they do not want to take it too low, lest they get bored playing things they have already been doing for a while.
Since some of my gamer friends have already done the beta for Mirror’s Edge Catalyst , I know that some of them are going to go on to love the game and keep playing it. However, some of them may also get tired of the actual retail version and its eventual changes.
So, whenever I decide to get the game, I will likely have friends playing it, but that also gives me pause. The game will undoubtedly cost the regular $60 like most retail games do when they come out. I do not usually do that. It is far cheaper to wait a few months and see the price start to come down, as video games are notorious for how fast and hard they fall in price over six months or a year deepcheats.
I like what I hear about Mirror’s Edge Catalyst, and I do want to play it. deepcheats It will wind up being a decision balanced between the price and how many friends are still playing it at the time.