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Black Mirror III (PC)

Black Mirror III (PC)
alaScore 83

6 reviews

Oct, 2014

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PC Games the Black Mirror III (PC) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 83/100 = Very good quality.

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Black Mirror III (PC)

 

The Black Mirror trilogy of point-and-click adventures goes out just the way that it came in, with scares and frustration running neck and neck. Cranberry Production's Black Mirror III, subtitled The Final Fear in some markets, is certainly as chilling...

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Black Mirror III is sufficiently spooky but is burdened with a dreary pace and frustrating puzzles.

Spooky settings and morose gothic horror storyline ; Some smart, challenging logic puzzles ; Creepy musical score

Incredibly sluggish pace ; Tedious inventory problems ; Initially confusing story ; Horrible voice acting

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Black Mirror III

 

In a thrilling capper to the dark, haunting Black Mirror series, Cranberry Production has brought forth a fantastic “final chapter” in Black Mirror III. The opening cinematic thrusts you into the midst of an escape from a fiery scene of death, as...

Gorgeous artwork, well-designed inventory puzzles, and fabulous characters make this a thrilling finale to the Black Mirror series

Lack of backstory details could confuse series newcomers; voiceovers are hit or miss; some shortcuts in character animations

Black Mirror III is a thoroughly satisfying ending to this dark mystery trilogy and an impressive game in its own right.

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Black Mirror III

 

Why do you like adventure games? What is it about adventure games which draw you away from the world of reality for hours at a time? Is it the puzzles? The graphics? The story line?

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