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Myst III: Exile

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  • Evolution of the popular Myst series, supports optional 3-D hardware
  • Free-look movement system allows you to pan 360 degrees at any location
  • 5 entirely new ages to explore
  • Storyline reveals a new character
  • Solve puzzles to uncover the mystery of this new adversary
  • Related strategy guide: Myst III Exile: Prima's Official Strategy Guide
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  • Platform:    Windows, Mac
  • ELSPA Minimum Age: 3
  • Media: Video Game
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  • ASIN: B000059R7F
  • Release Date: 7 Sept. 2001
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (54 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 11,810 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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In creating Myst III: Exile, developers combined new technology with the history of the popular Myst series. Supporting optional 3-D hardware, the game features a free-look movement system, allowing players to pan 360 degrees at any location. There are five new ages to explore, each featuring a unique visual style. The story line focuses on a new character, a villain whose home world was ruined by Sirrus and Achenar (familiar to those who have played the previous games), and has returned to take revenge against Attrus and his family. Explore the environment and solve puzzles to uncover the mystery of this new adversary. END

Amazon.co.uk Review

Beautiful scenery, haunting sounds, clever puzzles, and a dramatic story secured Myst's place in the top-seller charts for years. Myst was a real phenomenon, the Pokémon of its day, and Myst spinoffs such as books, calendars, and T-shirts popped up everywhere. There were even rumours of a movie. Riven: The Sequel to Myst was also a success and expanded the story of the world-writing D'ni and the convoluted family history of Atrus, the old man from Myst. However, aside from a 3-D remake, the years since Riven have been Mystless. But that's about to change.

Myst III: Exile takes place 10 years after the events in Riven. Atrus and Catherine, the danger-prone victims in the first two games, are now living in their new home called Tomahna. They have a baby daughter named Yeesha, and all seems well until the appearance of a new villain, played by actor Brad Dourif. Dourif's as-yet-unnamed character is seeking revenge. Atrus's mad sons destroyed his world and now it's payback time. The game features five new ages to explore, filled with beautiful graphics and mind-numbing puzzles. A new interface and more up-to-date technology round out the advances you'll see when you next enter the enchanting world of Myst. --Andrew S. Bub


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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 6 Dec. 2003
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The sequel to Myst and Riven was nearly bound to disappoint me: Weren't the gameplay, graphics, storyline, puzzles too good to be improved?
No they weren't. "Myst III: Exile" has proved true too its ancestors, but it is more than simply repeating the old succes.
This game is even more beautiful and even more exiting then its predecessors. But it might disappoint some people that it hasn't really grown more challenging. To some, this game might even seem easier then Myst and Riven, but at the same time I'm bound to say that the complexity of the puzzles has grown very much: each puzzle is built up in some smaller puzzles.
This game is really one great puzzle, whit a steadily developping storyline rather then then a randomly chosen collection of small puzzles leading up in the end to some final plot, as Myst and Riven were. This makes the game more 'logical' and gives more depth and complexity to the storyline, but it also makes the game easier: the solution to one puzzle doesn't only solve the puzzle but also gives you clues for the next puzzle(s).
After Atrus has briefed and introduced you as usual, you hear his wife Catherine saying: 'breathtaking, isn't it?'. It is.
Really striking to this game are the graphics. In contrary to Myst and Riven, you can look all around you and up and down really freely on every spot you stand. Still not changed is the 'click-and-move'-principle. The screenshots added behind the 'See more pictures'-link above speak for themselves, but they do not even give you an idea of the magnificence and beauty of the game 'in action'. I was so thrilled by the reality and beauty of the worlds of this game that I nearly forgot that it was 'just a game'.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 27 Nov. 2001
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After Myst and Riven I had been looking forward to this game for some time which probably contributed to my disappointment.
The graphics are once again excellent and the 'ages' that have been created, once again beautiful.
In Riven, there was a huge world to explore and the clues to solving its mystery lay in every corner of that world. Exile has reverted back to the style of Myst in which there are five seperate ages, each a puzzle in its own right.
This removes the feeling of wandering lost in a huge world in which things gradually fall into place that was so appealing with Riven. Instead, the feeling is one of being guided, or even forced to take the right path throughout, making it too obvious where puzzles were and too obvious how to solve them.
The Myst series are still, however, unique and if you liked the first two, buy this one.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By M. Palmer on 6 Oct. 2001
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Let's get things straight from the start - I hated Riven, I found it tremendously frustrating - ambiguous puzzles (I know lets flip a switch which unknown to the player has just activated something 300 miles away)and no plot (except for 1 huge tomb in the game to read...grrrr)...
By comparison Myst 3 is excellent...cohesive and well integrated plot and 'contained' puzzles that don't have you wandering for 5 minutes to find if a puzzle has worked (or more annoyingly, hasn't)...As long as you approach this adventure as an 'immesive experience' rather than a classic point-and-click adventure game, then I believe you will throughly enjoy it...OK, it does have a few frustrating moments...but is miles better than Riven.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 10 Mar. 2002
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Myst III Exile is a memorable experience. Please play it. Better by far than any other adventure game. Myst was stunning; Riven was beautiful but irritatingly illogical; Exile is art. Amazing lifelike visuals. Tough but logical and consistent puzzles. Sounds and music that stay with you. Great pay-offs when you solve an Age. I am full of admiration for the artists who created Myst III. My 3-year old son was absorbed in it (we played it together) and knows most ages, even the difficult and beautiful Edanna, inside out. A game that can appeal to a 48-year old and a 3-year old! I recommend this game to you if it is the only PC game you ever play.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Martin_the_warrior61@hotmail.com on 28 Nov. 2001
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This game is the best!
the graphics are amazing and the music is the greatest.
To get a real understanding, you need to have played at least one of the others but it is still brilliant even if you haven't.
The gameplay is excellent.
But if you prefer a game that is more shoot first,
ask questions later steer clear as this needs alot of thought.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Mr. J. D. Robinson on 20 Jan. 2002
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The 3D worlds are fantastic, the game ran like a dream on my PC...not 1 single hang-up. This game totally absorbed me for weeks, I was impressed how much creativity and imagination has gone into creating the whole experience. My tip: DO NOT SEEK CHEATS OR HINTS - if you get stuck, sleep on it and the answer WILL come. Enjoy.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 29 Nov. 2001
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Option to load the whole game (over 2GB) on to hard disk GREAT! - no disc swapping.
Option to use Hardware mode-even better
As I have played Myst 1 and 2 in the past, Myst 3 looks supberb and installed with NO problems.
The gameplay so far seems to be of good balance of hard and not so hard puzzles. This will be the sure alternative to Christmas television. If unfamiliar with this type of game, I would recommend the included hints guides (don't peek at the solutions!)in this package.
One final thing the game is not going to be short like this review!
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