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3.7 out of 5 stars
Black Mirror 2 (PC DVD)
Price:£29.99+ £2.87 shipping

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VINE VOICEon 1 July 2010
I really loved this game. Visually stunning, it kept me occupied for days! I would thoroughly recommend this one.
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on 29 May 2010
Just buy it, you will not be disapointed! It's such a good game. Only downside is it ended. If you love games like Barrow Hill, Dark Fall, 7th Guest type of games, this is one of the best ones. Black Mirror 1 is also excellent. Very upset when I completed that one too. LOVE IT!!!!
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on 19 May 2010
Played on Windows Vista 64bit.

Well after recently completing another point and click adventure Memento Mori  i had the adventure itch & couldn't wait to get stuck into the sequel of Black Mirror  having played the original adventure a few years ago & enjoying it very much. There is even an option in BM2's settings to allow you to use the original mouse pointer, for the more nostalgic of us, which was a nice touch i thought. Black Mirror 2 does the original great justice IMO & certainly blows Memento Mori, which i recently played, out of the water in all honesty. BM2's story leads on from the original games story but some XX years later as you'd expect, i don't want to give too much away story wise, so lets just say it starts out in America this time, and yes, we do get to go back to Willow Creek.

Visually this game is excellent, top notch for a PnC adventure game, i certainly cannot fault it. A beautifully re-created small sleepy American village on the coast of Maine, think of it like Cabbot Cove in the Murder She Wrote T.V series, a quaint little out of the way place. The developers certainly did a good job making it come to life, not only visually, but the audio is also a match for the visual quality. The ambient sounds bring the village or rather, the game, to life. The voice acting is also very strong across the board with all the characters, even the main characters voice, although to begin with it's a bit nasal due to the accent, but does get stronger & better as the game goes along & it grows on you more.

The games UI is very good, you have your usual PnC adventure inventory, here it scrolls up at the bottom of the screen when you put your mouse to the edge. And all the comings & goings of inventory items is well done, as a picture of them appears on screen, then the picture glides down/or up to/from your inventory, simple but well thought out. Apart from the great graphics, sound & UI, this game is also very non-linear to start off with, although you are given objectives/tasks to complete, you can wander around the village at your leisure collecting inventory items or chatting with the locals. This is a nice change from more linear games, where you are shoe horned into doing things a certain way, although this is sadly limited to early on in the game, it is a very nice change of pace.

In conclusion, i would highly recommend this game to any point and click adventure gamer, and certainly a must have if you played the original Black Mirror game. Likewise i would also recommend playing the original Black Mirror game to anyone who is thinking of getting this (it's visually dated but still enjoyable), but hasn't played it yet, as it will certainly makes things more enjoyable in terms of being part of the story & enjoying the continuity. Highly recommended.
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on 5 July 2010
"Black Mirror II takes place in the 1990's, twelve years after the original game. Solitary Darren meets the cute Angelina while he is working at the local photo shop of Biddeford, a small town in New England. Angelina also catches the eye of Darren's despotic, unpopular boss. To add to the mystery, there seems to be a third person interested in Angelina -- Darren sees someone chasing her. He decides to investigate these incidents, and his research soon lead him to several locations, such as the small English village of Willow Creek that players will know from the first game."
If you like adventure games get this one, great game and well recommended

review from the "adventure gamers" website
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on 21 August 2010
I just finished playing BM2, so time for a review.

First of all, I did not play the first game so I cannot make any comparison.

I really much enjoyed playing it and as others have written, one is disappointed when it comes to an end. The story line was evolving throughout the game, starting "harmless" in a small coastal town in the US - moving to locations near a small English Village called Willow Creek, where atmosphere becomes darker and darker.

The voice acting, especially of the main character, evolved along the story line. While the protagonist seems arrogant at the start, he evolved the more he gets drawn into the story. The good music and atmospherical effects added up nicely to the overall impression of the various locations.

The graphics is also very appealing, one really wants to wander around to explore the various places.

Technically, the game is up to the modern PnC-standard, it can be played in resolutions up to 1680x1050 with some nice weather effects and good audio output. Little help functions are added, like hot-spot highlighting or a diary which is often quite helpful. Personally on some occasions i also found the "emergency" buttons for some riddles helpful, but surely this is something other PnC-fans would never use. It is a feature that can be turned off too right from the start so you won't get tempted.

anyway, here is someone looking forward to part 3...
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on 16 November 2010
A great sequel, already pre-ordered for the 3rd Black Mirror. Another great game for Adventure fans. Good graphics, sounds, puzzles.
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