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Gray Matter spills into 2008

Bits of brain everywhere.

Much like brains tumbling out of a Zombie's sandwich, adventure title Gray Matter has slipped into Q1 2008.

It was thought to be on track for a fourth-quarter release this year, but publisher dtp Entertainment has since said that it needed more time:

"We want to give the development team, the development process, and the game itself more time," it told GameSpot, illustrating how it needed more time. And that.

Gray Matter is the first game by Jane Jensen since the release of Gabriel Knight 3 in 1999. It tells the story of two characters, neurobiologist Dr. David Styles, and part-time street performer Samantha Everett.

You will be able to control both of them, as things start to go inexplicably wrong at Dread Hill House, Styles' English country estate. Find out the truth and confront questions over the nature of reality and how our minds construct the world we take for granted.

Details are scarce on the title, but a little adventure around the Internet should bump you into some more detailed accounts of the game.

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