DescriptionMyst V: End of Ages
is the final wrap-up of the successful Myst saga. It begins several years after the events of Uru, To D'ni, and Path of the Shell
. This final chapter starts in the Age of K'veer, where Atrus, the creator of the linking books, lived in both Myst
Players of previous Myst
games learned of the D'ni, the people whose world died due to wrong-doings and neglect. Meet again an older and discouraged Yeesha, the daughter of Atrus and Catherine, who implores you to reconstruct a powerful tablet comprised of 4 parts. Explore beautiful Ages to find the pieces that will make the whole, solving puzzles which require logic and deduction. Once the tablet is reconstructed, it will be up to you to make the right choice .. Revive the D'ni world .. or destroy it. Three distinct endings can occur depending upon your final decision.
, the remake of the original Myst
, this is the only game in the series to use real-time 3D which allows you to move fluidly throughout scenery that is alive with movement. Using new technology, facial expressions and movements are rendered by motion-capturing the faces of real actors and actresses as they spoke and then combining the result with the graphically rendered characters.
The interface is mouse-drive in point-and-click fashion traditional to the 4 previous games, but with options to play in "classic" or "free move" mode. An original, fully-orchestrated musical score compliments the gameplay.
- "迷霧之島5:最終章" -- Chinese title (traditional)
- "神秘岛V：时代的终结" -- Chinese title (simplified)
- "Myst V: Koniec Wieków" -- Polish title
- "Myst 5" -- Informal name
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The Press Says
||8.9 out of 10
||Sep 21, 2005
||8.8 out of 10
|PC Gameplay (Benelux)
||87 out of 100
||Feb 01, 2006
|G4 TV: X-Play
||Oct 25, 2005
||Nov 10, 2005
||78 out of 100
||Oct 11, 2005
|Game Informer Magazine
||7.25 out of 10
||Oct 31, 2005
||7 out of 10
||Sep 21, 2005
||14 out of 20
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helped settle fears that Myst V cannot run on any Windows versions other than 2000 and XP. (Forum message on Myst Obsession web site)
"Even though the specs will save Windows 2000 and XP only, it is more of a support (customer service) issue than a technical issue.
We not only kept the Win 98 and Me code in the Plasma engine, but it was also tested in our QA lab and the code maintained. There were a few bugs that we will have to ship with because of some video card and sound card Win98/Me driver issues, but were isolated to just those cards.
So, what does this mean for Win 98 and Me users? For most of you, the game should run fine. However, if you have trouble and try to call the Ubisoft customer service, they will probably tell you that you are on your own.