A couple of popular PC adventure titles from European publisher dtp Publishing will be making their way across the pond and over into brick and mortar retailers as well as digital e-tailers for North American audiences thanks to Viva Media. Gamers keen on putting their thinking caps on and solving murders, crimes and mysteries the old fashioned way (with a few clues and some dramatic conversation) will be pleased to know that Gray Matter, Black Mirror 2 and Black Matter 3 will be arriving stateside during the first-quarter of 2011.
Viva Media CEO Carlo Voelker commented in the press release, saying…
“The Black Mirror franchise is a worthy addition to the horror-adventure genre of gaming. Players will be treated to gaming worlds of lush 3D graphics and disturbing plots that thicken and do not disappoint as these chilling stories reveal themselves through exciting game-play.”Gray Matter will be made available in North America for $29.99 starting in February, alongside Black Mirror 2, which will retail for $19.99. Black Mirror 3 will become available starting in March for the budget price of $19.99.
You can check out the system requirements for all three games below:
Gray Matter system requirements:
Intel Pentium IV 1.6 GHz processor or similar,
512 GB of RAM, Windows XP / 1 GB of RAM Windows Vista/7,
DirectX 9.0c (Shader 2.0) compatible graphics card with 128 MB of RAM (recommended 256 MB),
DirectX 9.0c compatible (16 bit) sound card, Windows®XP, Windows Vista or Windows 7,
Approximately 6 GB of free hard disk space, DVD-ROM drive, keyboard and mouse.
Black Mirror 2 & 3 system requirements:
Intel Pentium IV or equal processor with 1,4 GHz (Intel Dual-Core or equal processor with 2,0 GHz),
Windows XP with 512 MB RAM (Windows Vista x32/x64 with 1GB/2 GB RAM),
128 MB Graphics card like ATI Radeon 9800 or NVidia GeForce 6800 with Shader 2.0 (like: ATI NVidia GeForce 7000 Series with 256 MB and Shader 3.0),
directx 8 (9.0c) compatible sound card,
6GB Hard drive space on DVD-Rom-drive, keyboard, mouse, speakers.