Mirror's Edge Catalyst was good, but not quite as good as we all hoped it would be: “As close to a definitive version of a Mirror's Edge game as we're likely to get,” Samuel wrote in his review, “despite retaining some of the first game's issues.” If you don't happen to be familiar with those issues, you might want to point yourself at GOG, which now has Mirror's Edge and two other not-exactly-recent EA releases, all of them currently on sale.
That means the original Mirror's Edge (opens in new tab) for $10, the Spore Collection (opens in new tab) for $12, and The Saboteur (opens in new tab) for $10. Mirror's Edge is probably the marquee game in the list, but Spore is the real deal: The regular price of Mirror's Edge and The Saboteur is the same on GOG as it is on Origin, but GOG's Spore Collection normally lists for $30, while the combined cost of the Spore titles on Origin (which doesn't offer them in a bundle) is a whopping $70. GOG's listing may be a sign that EA's prices are about to change, but unless and until that happens, if you want to buy Spore, you'll probably want to do it on GOG.
The only downside, at least when compared to “classic” GOG releases, is that the bundled extras are very spare. Mirror's Edge includes two wallpapers and two avatars, while Spore and Saboteur have nothing. (The manuals are listed as “included goodies” but I tend to view them as something that's included because they're part of the game. Call me old-fashioned, I guess.) Still, sale prices and DRM-free are nothing to sneeze at. All three games are available now, and will remain on sale until September 29.