Myst V: End of Ages Release Date PC
Myst V: End of Ages is another installment in an acknowledged adventure game series originated in the early 1990s. The creators of this title, spearheaded by Randy Miller, made it approachable not only to the enthusiasts of the series but also to other players. Logic puzzles are now less demanding in order to expand the target audience.
The story picks up where Uru: The Path of the Shell left. An ancient civilization called D’ni, whose days of glory were interrupted by a massive disaster, rises up from knees thanks to the player’s efforts. It is noteworthy that live action cut-scenes were replaced with pre-rendered 3D models created in motion capture technique.
The key element of the game is the freedom in the way you explore the virtual world. Traditionally for the Myst series you can control the character using mouse only, but you can also move around like in an FPS – using direction buttons to move and the mouse to look around.
Another important feature of Myst V: End of Ages is the visuals, as they have always been the hallmark of the franchise. This time you can admire richly detailed real-time rendered 3D graphics, instead of pre-rendered backgrounds.
Game mode: single player
Media type: 1 DVD / 3 CD
User score: 8,5 / 10 based on 686 votes.
Pre-release expectations: 8.4 / 10 based on 5 votes.
PEGI rating Myst V: End of Ages
Myst V: End of Ages System requirements
PC / Windows
- Pentium 4 1.5 GHz
- 512 MB RAM
- graphic card 64 MB (GeForce4 or better)
- 4.5 GB HDD