MYST V (End of Ages)

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MYST V (End of Ages)

Postby Pifou » Fri 9 May 2008 11:37

As usual, regarding Myst series, this game is a great game...
Everything is amazing, story, enigmas, puzzles, dialogs, landscapes etc...
Of course, Myst V is the sequel of Myst IV which is the sequel of URU (Myst III) etc etc... but can be played even if you didn't play the previous games before...

Story :
The story begins as the player once again enters into the world of Ages. The hero’s old ally, Atrus, has finally moved beyond the Ages.
He may be alive or dead, but he is beyond your reach. The Ages are once again spiraling out of control, and the player must decipher their secrets in order to restore the worlds’ balance.
The story unfolds through a variety of means. When a player discovers a book, a journal fragment left behind by one of the previous explorers who dared to try and solve the puzzles of Myst, a voice-over track will play along with the printed words that are presented.
Other times you will come face to face with the images of those who have gone before, who will give you information about the worlds you are traveling through.
Players are given access to a journal, which contains the text of any verbal message they receive, and can keep the journal fragments in their inventory in case they need to re-read something again.


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Re: MYST V (End of Ages)

Postby Siren Drake » Sat 30 Jul 2016 19:16

Pifou wrote:Of course, Myst V is the sequel of Myst IV which is the sequel of URU (Myst III) etc etc...

Myst IV is not the sequel to Uru. The order for the games is:

Myst, Riven, Myst III: Exile, Myst IV: Revelation, Uru, and Myst V: End of Ages.

For a Myst title, Myst V: End of Ages seemed kind of … lackluster. Of course that still makes it leagues better than virtually every other adventure/puzzle game that's ever been on the market.
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