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Black Mirror 3 (pc game)
4.5 out of 5 (2 votes)
  • So, this is my office
  • I don't like this place
  • The way is shut
  • A great place for a mad scientist at best
  • Game title screen
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  • Image related to Black Mirror III game sale. Credit: Steam
  • Image related to Black Mirror III game sale. Credit: Steam
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Haunting and horrifying

The Black Mirror series is a pretty nice set of adventure games which are both handsome and horrific and which should keep fans of Dracula fairly happy. This one is the third in the trilogy and does connect with earlier games so head back to the first one and start there in order to get the most out of the complex narrative. Black Mirror 3 starts almost exactly where Black Mirror 2 left off and continues the dark and haunting tale of the Gordon family and their numerous dark secrets. Players take control of Adrian Gordon, the son of Samuel from the first game, who is plagued by nightmares after being arrested for causing the fire which swept through the previous game's ending. When he is set free by an unknown benefactor, he starts down a grim path in search of the truth. What follows is a third person point-and-click adventure where you explore various mysterious environments, collecting items and solving the inventory-based puzzles which bar your progress. The gameplay is mostly familiar stuff, with the usual mix of exploration, NPC interaction and puzzling, and while you control one character for most of the game, you do get to switch towards the end. Black Mirror 3's biggest draw is probably its narrative, which pulls together the storylines from earlier games to a mostly satisfying conclusion. The visuals too are strong, being highly atmospheric and fairly creepy, while there are a good number of shocks and unsettling moments to enjoy along the way. Puzzles too are solid, being well implemented and enjoyable, so overall this is a fine addition to the genre.