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 He's subjected to extensive questioning, but Darren is numb to the events occurring around him, and has withdrawn into a deep emptiness.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 100 highly detailed and atmospheric locations; interacting 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.
In the final chapter in this acclaimed horror trilogy, Black Mirror 3: Final Fear picks up right where the thrilling ending to Black Mirror 2: Reigning Evil left off.
Return to face the dark forces that haunt the ominous Black Mirror Castle as you search for the secrets the lie behind the tangled web of haunting riddles, mysterious secrets and dark characters.
Alternate between two playable characters as you explore over 100 highly detailed and atmospheric locations, and interact with over 50 characters in your quest to find 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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If you played Black Mirror 1 and especially 2, there's not much point in not playing this. By now you'll be familiar with everything great that this franchise has to offer - gripping story, great atmosphere, clever puzzles, decent length. BM3 will give you all of that, and will bring this excellent franchise to its conclusion. It picks up from where BM2 left though, so it's highly recommended to play the series in the right order and in rapid succession.
I liked the game. Interesting, kind of spooky storyline. Good conclusion to the trilogy ( I also played BM 1 & 2 ). I would rate the difficulty level above average. It took me quite a while to finish, with two trips to the walkthrough, and I play a lot of adventure games. Part of the problem is, it's extremely linear, so even though you know what has to be done, you have to figure out the sequence that triggers the move you want to make. I prefer a more open ended game. There is one glitch in Miss Valleys room which requires underlining three passages in a book. Adrien only comments on two so the game doesn't read that the puzzle is solved even though you have the correct passages underlined. In the options section of the game if you check help needed, a skip button appears after you have tried and failed in various puzzles. The only way around this glitch is to check the option and keep trying and failing that puzzle. It took awhile, but the button finally appeared. Otherwise, the game ran without problems. The graphics were atmospheric but after awhile the drabness became too much and I'd have to take a break. Some scenes had so little contrast that it was hard to identify objects. In summary, a good, interesting and lengthy game. Difficult but not over the top. Definitely worth playing.
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