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'Scratches: Director’s Cut' Announced

by Rainier on March 16, 2007 @ 12:22 p.m. PDT

Got Game Entertainment announced a North American publishing deal for Nucleosys' atmospheric mystery adventure game Scratches: Director’s Cut, featuring an exciting new chapter, alternate ending, over two additional hours of gameplay, new clues, higher supported resolutions, enhanced graphics, plus much more.

In "Scratches: Director's Cut", a careful combination of inventory-based and deductive-style puzzles, integrated with a riveting storyline, non-linear gameplay, intricately detailed graphics, and an entrancing soundtrack, immerse you in an even more haunting gothic atmosphere. As a famed horror writer isolated by a washed out road at the dark and mysterious Blackwood Manor, you search for clues to a long-held mystery. Exploring every dark corner of the mansion and its untended grounds via point-and-click interface, you examine, probe, and hunt your way through musty rooms, an overrun greenhouse, a sinister chapel, and a forbidding crypt. As your investigation deepens, you slowly become aware of one terrifying fact: you are not alone.

In addition to a breathtaking conclusion to the story in a new chapter that will stay in your nightmares for months to come, “Scratches: Director’s Cut” also features new, revealing thoughts from the main character in “Michael’s Diary”, and an alternate control method with fixed mouse, FPS-like movement.

“Scratches: Director’s Cut” is scheduled for a one-year anniversary release in April 2007 and will retail for $19.99 (USD). This game has been rated “T” for Teen by the ESRB for Alcohol and Tobacco Reference/Blood/Mild Language/Mild Violence. A Mac version of the game is scheduled for release in May.

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