Amy Haven went missing 5 Years ago. On the anniversary of her disappearance you, the Police The Inspector who failed to find Amy, have returned to the Train Station and Hotel at Dowerton for one last time. As you attempt to solve the mystery of Amy's disappearance you must face the horrors that await you. The old buildings have deteriorated since your first investigation, so you must watch your step, and never turn your back on the darkness....for something hides there; Something evil, unknowable and hungry.
Age requirements: PEGI Rating: 16+ with Violence.
Minimum system requirements: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8, Intel Pentium IV or equivalent AMD Processor, 512 MB RAM (1 GB recommended), DirectX 9.0c compatible 3D accelerated video card with 128 MB, DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card, Mouse, Keyboard.
Posted on 2014-02-13 09:35:04 byniksii86:
This game is a very good one. It is based to the same hotel than the first one. But it is very different game.
Unlike in 1 and 2, In Dark fall 3 the puzzles are not so complicated and "random". You will spot clues more easily but still they are placed so you will have to use your brain to solve puzzles.
What is bad in this game is the voice acting, especially the main character.read more It is lazy and doesn't sound afraid at all even though the situation demands it.
All in all, game is very good horror puzzle with the flaw in voice acting.
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Posted on 2014-02-13 10:29:02 byNikilist:
Seriously, this is the scariest game I've ever played. The sheer horror of the decors, the tension building for what will come out in the end and the creepiness of your interaction with ghosts make you uneasy from the very first moment and never let go. No cheap thrills à la Outlast here.
It has its flaws as an adventure game (though it's not as hard as the other dark falls),read more so you might want to play with a walkthrough to really focus on the scary experience. Go play it now. And afterwards go play Scratches.
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Posted on 2014-02-13 15:01:06 byFonsia:
A true point-and-click adventure game, for those of us who love 'em! The atmosphere here is just as creepy as all hell, with some frankly terrifying sequences, for those of use of love that stuff! The puzzles are nicely challenging but doable. The suspense just rages all the way through, always there, sometimes lurking, sometimes in your face.
The old Dowerton Station Hotel fromread more the original Darkfall game has sadly deteriorated. We get three time-travel sequences that take us back to the original Darkfall ghosts where we get to see the hotel in its prime. There's also one timed sequence that you probably won't get on your first try as a truly threatening shadow creature slowly slides toward you, but the game just resets to the beginning of the puzzle when you fail. There are also a couple of endings.
Many people complain about the voice acting for the lead character. It didn't bother me. I thought the acting was fine, and if not to some people, at least it isn't annoying.
Just a hugely entertaining and absorbing experience, getting yourself immersed in the old building again. Much of it has changed, but those of you who have played the original Darkfall will recognize lots of it! It's the way adventures used to be. So thankful that just a few of these are still being made.
Grab this game and revisit adventures the way they were during their heyday. Scare yourself silly, too!
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