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Black Mirror 3: Final Fear

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4.2 out of 5 stars 15 customer reviews

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  • Concluding chapter in the Black Mirror trilogy
  • Two protagonists, 120 locations, dozens of characters
  • Discover the missing memories of Darren Michaels
  • Dare to find the answers in the climactic final chapter of this epic trilogy - for once you gaze into the Black Mirror, you won't be able to look away
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In the final chapter of this acclaimed horror trilogy, Black Mirror 3: Final Fear picks up right where the thrilling ending to Black Mirror 2: Reigning Evil left off. Only a short time ago, Darren Michaels was a quiet store clerk in a sleepy New England town. Now in Willow Creek, England, a tormented Darren barely reacts as police handcuffs are closed on his wrists. All the evidence points to him, and the police have arrested Darren as their primary suspect in a fatal crime. He's subjected to extensive questioning, but Darren is numb to the events occurring around him, and has withdrawn into a deep emptiness. Then after several weeks of incarceration, Darren is unexplainably released. But he is not free. Darren remains terrorized by sleepless nights, nightmare-like visions, and the chilling specter of murder and death. Now alone, Darren must continue his search to uncover what has been happening to him and lift the veil on his clouded past. What has he really seen? What do his torturous nightmares really mean? Who is the mysterious person that posted the bail to set him free? What demons lie waiting in the crypt? Return to face the dark forces that haunt the ominous Black Mirror Castle as you search for the secrets that lie behind the tangled web of haunting riddles, mysterious secrets and dark characters. Alternate between two playable characters, as you explore over 120 highly detailed and atmospheric locations, and interact with over 50 characters in your quest for redemption. Dare to find the answers in the climactic final chapter of this epic trilogy - for once you gaze into the Black Mirror, you won't be able to look away.

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In the final chapter of this acclaimed horror trilogy, Black Mirror 3: Final Fear picks up right where the thrilling ending to Black Mirror 2: Reigning Evil left off.

Black Mirror III: Final Fear
Beautifully detailed environments
Beautifully detailed environments
Face the dark forces again
Face the dark forces again
Solve Darren's mystery
Solve Darren's mystery

Synopsis

Only a short time ago, Darren Michaels was a quiet store clerk in a sleepy New England town. Now in Willow Creek, England, a tormented Darren barely reacts as police handcuffs are closed on his wrists. All the evidence points to him, and the police have arrested Darren as their primary suspect in a fatal crime. He’s subjected to extensive questioning, but Darren is numb to the events occurring around him, and has withdrawn into a deep emptiness. Then after several weeks of incarceration, Darren is unexplainably released.

But he is not free. Darren remains terrorized by sleepless nights, nightmare-like visions, and the chilling specter of murder and death.

Now alone, Darren must continue his search to uncover what has been happening to him and lift the veil on his clouded past. What has he really seen? What do his torturous nightmares really mean? Who is the mysterious person that posted the bail to set him free? What demons lie waiting in the crypt?

Return to face the dark forces that haunt the ominous Black Mirror Castle as you search for the secrets that lie behind the tangled web of haunting riddles, mysterious secrets and dark characters. Alternate between two playable characters, as you explore over 120 highly detailed and atmospheric locations, and interact with over 50 characters in your quest for redemption.

Dare to find the answers in the climactic final chapter of this epic trilogy - for once you gaze into the Black Mirror, you won’t be able to look away.

Key Features:

  • Concluding chapter in the Black Mirror trilogy
  • Two protagonists, 120 locations, dozens of characters
  • Discover the missing memories of Darren Michaels

System Requirements:

Operating System: Windows 7 / XP / Vista
Processor: 1.4 GHz
Memory: 1 GB RAM, 2 GB free hard drive space
Video Card: DirectX 9.0 compatible 128 MB Graphics Card with Shader 2.0


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.5 x 7.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B004JMQM3Y
  • Item model number: V00842
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: February 14, 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 15 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,307 in Software (See Top 100 in Software)
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You can't go wrong with this adventure game. It's crafted to stand alone - you can play Black Mirror 3 even if you haven't played the first 2 games. Great characters, atmosphere, puzzles, scenes, background music, everything is topnotch.

But I suggest that you'll get a lot more out of this story if you play BM1 and BM2 first. This game really is a continuation of Black Mirror 2 and it takes place in the same time-frame and locations as the predecessor. (On the other hand Black Mirror 1 takes place 12 years earlier in the same location and uses some of the same characters.) It's a 3rd person adventure game, that means you see pictures of the main character Adrian Gordon while he's acting in his environment. You control his character and direct his actions, while following the story and working out the various puzzles. This is not a game you can whip through in a couple of hours. There are no "action" sequences like you'd find in a shooter/wargame. There are some horror elements and a few grisly pictures, so parents beware - I don't recommend this for kids under 16 years old.

A lot of the story is told by Adrian interacting with other characters, so you need to take time to explore every area and ask about every topic available. Many of the puzzles are inventory-based, which means you need to pick up and take every available object even if there's not an immediate use for it. Sometimes you resort to trial-and-error, when you try combining the items in your inventory to come up with the correct solution to the puzzle. In addition there's some humor as Adrian makes funny sarcastic comments here and there about his situation or the absurdity of your incorrect solutions.

All-in-all this is a very worthwhile game and I heartily recommend it. Full disclosure - I haven't completed Black Mirror 3 yet but I've gotten to the final chapter and hope to finish the game tonight!
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INTRODUCTION
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Having been disappointed by The Black Mirror II, I was cautious before playing this one. I must admit that the developers finally learned from their mistakes and, apart from a few minor issues, the game is pretty. Be prepared to face Mordred!

Spoiler Warning: The game reveals the BM I and BM II facts, so don't play it before playing the older games, or you will miss a (great) part of the story.

SCENARIO
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You are again Darren Gordon, having survived the nasty Catacombs and the evil Academy your mother died at along with your sister Angelina. This time Mordred seems to possess you poor soul; You have weird evil visions, especially when you manipulate objects like knives, swords etc. After being accused of murder and arson you get locked up in jair; but somehow your bail is paid and you are free to prove your innocence. But - are you really innocent?

Typical Black Mirror scenario, still very interesting.

90%

GRAPHICS
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Running in full screen, the graphics are (once more) exquisite. Nice is the fact that you will play a long within the Black Mirror castle again, only this time in a ruined form, and that will bring you nice memories from Black Mirror 1. Not much rain (as in BM1), and this time the graphics are horrifying and atmospheric - not like the BM2 failure.

What I like most is the cut off scenes/visions, especially when Mordred "speaks" from your soul. Horryfying.
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Black Mirror III is almost the same game as Black Mirror II as far as gameplay (3rd person, point and click) and variety of puzzles are concerned. The third game suffers because Adrian/Darren never leaves Willow Creek and there are few locations to travel to within the world, which can be tiring after a while treading through the same scenes over and over again. However, Adrien's gradual descent into madness and his ever present sardonic humor make for an entertaining game. BMIII is playable even if you have not played 1 or 2, but some of the references might not make sense and the endings of the two previous games will be ruined.

Visuals: 3/5, I have to wonder what the game developers were thinking on this entry. BMII had vibrant color and beautiful scenery. BMIII is ALWAYS dark, drizzly and gray. Some scenes are so dark (visually speaking) that I could not separate the characters from the backdrop without cranking the brightness way up on my monitor. The ever present darkness made the game atmospheric but, when coupled with odd camera angles, difficult to play. Still, the woods are genuinely creepy and the cutscenes are free of bugs and excellent!

Sound: 5/5, Still as great or better than BMII. The sound as always been this franchise's strongpoint. New to this game is a sound cue that plays when a crucial plot advancement is made. It makes it easier to know when to go back and look for newly activated hotspots. However, the default ambient and music settings are louder than the dialogue, which makes the intro scenes hard to follow (change it before playing).

Voice: 4/5, Adrian's voice can start out being annoying, but the only voice acting I found grating was the really bad Irish accent the Inspector was sporting.
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