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Triple tease served up with three new trailers

The video trailers continue to roll freely these days, and now there are three new additions, with teasers available for Black Mirror 2, Penumbra: Requiem, and Unsolved Crimes.

The highly-anticipated sequel to Black Mirror takes place twelve years after its predecessor, this time casting players in the role of a photographer named Darren. Working for a boss he despises, Darren becomes captivated by a beautiful woman, and when trouble arises for the young woman, Darren suspects his boss and seeks retribution. This sets in motion a journey to Willow Creek, England, the home of Black Mirror Castle, even as Darren begins to experience terrible, unexplained nightmares. The teaser reveals only little of the new game, instead emphasizing its connection to the original game instead. The 25 MB download can be found at GamersHell. Note that those who haven't played Black Mirror may see scenes that spoil some surprises.

Shortly after the launch this week of Penumbra: Requiem, the downloadable expansion to the popular horror adventure series, a trailer was released with a sampling of in-game footage. Like the previous games in the series, the third and final instalment includes plenty of physics-based interaction as you guide the first-person playable character named Philip deeper into both an underground complex and into madness. The 18 MB video can be downloaded from FileFront or streamed directly from YouTube.

Not to be outdone by its PC brethren, the DS weighs in with a new teaser for Unsolved Crimes. Assuming the role of a rookie New York police detective in the 1970s, players must solve eight independent cases covering three distinct game styles, including a 3D crime investigation, crime quiz, and some action elements as well. Development of Unvolved Crimes was recently finished in preparation for its September release, and now the trailer can be viewed or downloaded from FileFront.


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