Mystery Case Files: Dire Grove Sizzle Reel Released

Posted by Conor Murphy on November 10, 2009 in Big Fish Studios, Game News -- Share:
Mystery Case Files: Dire Grove

"In the Fall of 2009, four graduate students traveled to a small township near Blackpool, England. They were never heard from again."

With these words we begin the latest journey in the Mystery Case Files series. The release of Mystery Case Files: Dire Grove is just around the corner and Big Fish Games’ Studios is proud to share the Dire Grove sizzle reel with you. Head over to the Official Mystery Case Files site to see the video and gain insight into where the Mystery Case Files series is going…or not…

The video is likely as much of a surprise to you as it was to us. Big Fish Games’ Studios is never one to be redundant. Each new installment to the Mystery Case Files game series has taken the series to a new level. This was especially true with Mystery Case Files: Return to Ravenhearst. It appears Studios intends to do the same with Mystery Case Files: Dire Grove. The sizzle reel clearly hints at the Mystery Case Files series heading in an interesting new direction by incorporating actual video footage into the game. As always, specific game details are under wraps at this point so we’re not entirely sure, but we’ll try to dig for more information regarding where and how this footage is woven into game play.

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Mystery Case Files: Dire Grove Images

The following images were taken as screenshots from the Mystery Case Files: Dire Grove sizzle reel. They paint an interesting picture of life (or death) at Dire Grove.

The Auditorium

Mystery Case Files: Dire Grove Screenshot 1 - The Auditorium

The Trip

Mystery Case Files: Dire Grove Screenshot 2 - The Trip

The Arrival

Mystery Case Files: Dire Grove Screenshot 3 - The Arrival

The End…

Mystery Case Files: Dire Grove Screenshot 4 - The End...

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Conor is a Marketing Manager with Big Fish, working out of the Seattle office. In his spare time he enjoys watching science documentaries and playing old school adventure games. Get in touch with him on Twitter! or Google+