Summary: This was one of the most enjoyable games I have played. I was nervous at first because several reviews spoke of problems. However, I did not have any problems getting the game set up, and it worked fine. After the game downloaded there were several steps required to set it up, such as choosing the screen resolution I wanted to use. I knew how to find that information by going to the "Control Panel" on my Windows 7 and clicking "Adjust screen resolution".
Summary: It took me awhile to get thru with this game because I only get to play on my down time at work. I own a store and pizza joint and so when I am not helping ppl I get to play. so, point being it was a great length for a game I think. I stayed every entertained thru the whole thing.
Summary: Played this through and I really enjoyed it. Reminded me of the old school adventure games which I have missed lately. The story was engaging, the puzzles just the right amount of difficulty, and good length. I hope Jane Jensen creates more content for us to enjoy!
Summary: This has to be one (if not THE) best adventure games I've played. Pros: - Story lines were first rate - Creative storyline (I liked the mystery) - Good Voice acting - Graphics were well done - Creative and well-thought-out puzzles - Did not assume the player was an idiot - meaning everything has a meaning and you know why things happen they we they do. At least most of the time.
Summary: I read a couple of complaints about the game, about the character walking very slow. I thought the same thing, till i discovered you can rapidly double click the mouse pointer to where you want your character to go. She will run to the location or it will just send you directly to the location.It varies from where your at i guess. Remember just double click one time because it looks like its not going to work at first but it does.
Summary: Gray Matter is a wonder for those of us who have missed Jane Jensen so dearly. Her pacing in the Gabriel Knight series was always impeccable, allowing for one to be creeped out without freaking out as some of the other "horror" adventure games might do, and while that is slightly lacking in Gray Matter, for the most part, fans won't be disappointed.