Dual Myst V Reviews
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Myst V: End of Ages, Cyan Worlds' final episode in the point and click puzzle saga, has brought the series to a close in 3D style. Today we have two reviews of the game, one from 1UP.com and one from Adventure Gamers. Myst V managed to get 3.5 out of 5 from 1UP.com and 4 out of 5 from Adventure Gamers.
From the 1UP.com review:
Don't expect anything exponentially groundbreaking. The gameplay leans heavily on interconnected puzzles, such as opening the correct valves to create a living coral walkway across frozen waters, matching celestial symbols seen from stone towers by operating a complex telescope system, and manipulating counterweights in an abandoned arena. You still get plenty of signature Myst puzzles, which offer creative and challenging IQ tests in postcard-landscape disguises.the centerpiece being an odd system of stone tablets. Yes, stone tablets. Exciting, eh?From the Adventure Gamers review:
Exploration is a pleasure with the responsive engine that breathes life into the environs around you, and offers a full complement of control options. A mouse/keyboard combination allows for completely free roaming, but mouse-only gamers are also accommodated with intuitive node movement, point & click control. A right-click will allow a panoramic look around, while left clicking will propel you along a real-time cinematic track. It is possible to continue clicking to move fluidly and continuously. This is excellent for backtracking or moving yourself through familiar spaces.For the full reviews follow the links listed below.
1UP.com: Myst V Review
Adventure Gamers: Myst V Review
Myst V: End of Ages
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