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- Solve elusive puzzles and enlist the help of others as you uncover secrets left buried since the original Myst
- Travel to rich and vital worlds and enjoy astonishing new visuals, opulent landscapes and live-action cut scenes that advance the plot
- Record your discoveries - Capture clues by taking photographs of the Myst environments, and keep an in-game journal
- New multi-layered help system lets players bring along a guide to ZIP your around the island and provide illuminating flashbacks
- Original soundtrack by Peter Gabriel
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Myst IV: Revelation is the final chapter in the best-selling computer adventure ever published. Travel through environments that pulse with life, as you unearth a treacherous scheme involving two of Myst's most sinister villains. Solve the challenging puzzles carefully consider your options... and attain the Revelation.
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Exile, Revelation, and End of Ages all run flawlessly under OSX.
I run both OSX 10.4.11 and OSX 10.5.8 with either ATI or NVIDEA cards. G4 and G5 PPC 2 GHz machines with 4GB Ram or more with ATA or SATA hard drives.
I cannot comment on game performance issues with PC's.
The problem is with Myst IV Revelation XBOX version.
I purchased the new Xbox 360 250GB and followed all the instructions for playing original Xbox games to the letter.
The Xbox Myst Revelation game will simply not run on the new Xbox 360. I am currently attempting to resolve this issue.
I suspect that since I use HDMI to connect my Xbox 360 that the Xbox machine simply does not have the code to convert Myst IV Revelation into digital HD.
With regard to the games themselves you must be aware that the first three Myst games were simply gather clues and use the clues to solve puzzles, really quite entertaining.
The first three games were 90% puzzle solving by deductive reasoning and 10% mathematical solution.
Myst IV Revelation is 75% mathematical solution and 25% deductive reasoning and puzzle solving.
If you enjoy solving mathematical puzzles this is the game for you. (some are VERY complex)
If you enjoy just solving puzzles, you may find Myst Revelation quite annoying compared to the first three editions.
You must also be aware that Revelation does no supply you with a return linking book once you have solved a puzzle and this is completely opposite to the first three editions. Basically you can drive yourself crazy trying to find the elusive missing linking book even though you have already solved the puzzle. If you have played previous versions of Myst, this major alteration in game play can literally drive you insane.
I have not played End Of Ages enough yet to make an informed comment.
Overall I would rate the Myst games as a wonderful diversion to daily stress and far more entertaining than Kill, Conquer, Fight, Destroy, Dominate, Blood, Guts, Gore, and Die games that pervade the gaming industry and brain wash our youth.
While the earlier Myst game were backward compatible Myst IV is not and there is not update to make it work.
So unless you have an old XBOX around Pre 360 don't buy it.