Myst V Review
9:23 AM | Blake Buck | Comment on this story
Myst Obsession recently posted an early review of Myst V: End of Ages. Developed by Cyan Worlds, Myst V is the final chapter in the wildly popular Myst series. This early review is a little on the short side, but does contain some good information. Be warned that it does contain a few minor spoilers. From the Myst Obsession website:
The puzzles in this game are different. You'll still find many oldschool logical puzzles and strange devices that you'll have to fiddle with, but because of the introduction of the Slates and the Bahro many of the puzzles will have you thinking of how you can transport the Slates to different locations or using them to summon certain effects in the Ages, which you can later use in other puzzles.Myst V is being released next Tuesday, and will be available on a hybrid PC/Mac platform disk. To view the review, click the link below.
But puzzles are not the main focus of this game. Unlike the previous titles in the Myst series, this game is more about exploration and story. You will spend most of your time just exploring new places rather than solving puzzles. Having said that though, the puzzles are still a very important part of the game and while some are very easy and straightforward, other will keep you confused for many, many hours.
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