Myst V Reviewed
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PC Gamezone is the latest to review Myst V: End of Ages, the finale to the popular Myst series. Like its previous incarnations Myst V immerses the player in a vibrant world filled with mind bending puzzles and a slowly unfolding plot. Gamezone reports that the puzzles in Myst V are worthy of the series and will require more than a single play session to solve.
The puzzles in Myst V span the range of trivial trials to major conundrums. Players won’t be able to solve the entire game in a single session. Myst V: End of Ages requires patience and ingenuity. Some of the puzzles are more time-consuming to solve than others, but each of them can be solved. Sometimes it is important to bear this in mind, along with the concept of keeping it simple. At times the least complicated solution is the right one. The puzzles come in many forms as well as many difficulties. There are logic puzzles, puzzles that must be completed in a set amount of time, and puzzles that challenge the player’s ability to solve three-dimensional mazes. Like its predecessors, Myst V is a journey of fun and excitement. The puzzles whet a player’s appetite for the additional tidbits of story, plot, and history that litter the game like precious gems hidden in a cluttered home.Myst V managed an 8.4 out of 10 from PC Gamezone. To read the full review and check out a few screenshots follow the link below.
PC Gamezone: Myst V Review
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