Myst III: Exile Pro Reviews
Average Review Score: /10
Myst III: Exile Reviews9
|website||score||publish date||article quality|
|Adventure Classic Gaming||4/5||Mar 22 '07|
|Computer Games Online||4/5||Jul 12 '01|
|Game Power Australia||3.5/4||May 01 '01|
|gameON||83%||Sep 26 '01|
|Gamespy||79/100||Jun 20 '01|
|GameZilla||77/100||May 22 '01|
|IGN PC||8.0/10||May 07 '01|
|netjak||73%||Sep 27 '02|
|SystemLogic.net||9/10||Jun 13 '01|
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Myst III: Exile Previews
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|Computer Games Online||Sep 06 '00|
|GameCenter||Sep 01 '00|
|Games Radar UK||Apr 17 '01|
|GamesDomain||Jun 28 '00|
|GameSpot||Jun 26 '00|
|GameSpot||Apr 17 '01|
|Gamespy||Apr 09 '01|
|IGN PC||Apr 18 '01|
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"This is Miller's third performance as Atrus, the D'ni scribe who is the prime mover in the plot of the most successful computer game franchise ever. Atrus imprisons, and is then imprisoned by, his sons in the original Myst, setting the stage for the player to unravel a tangled web of linking books that connect its worlds. In the sequel, Atrus' father Gehn imprisons Catherine in the unstable world of Riven; the player has to help Atrus rescue her."
"If Myst makes you barf, this will make you barf even harder... On the other hand, if you liked Myst, its sequel, and its various clones, don't hesitate for a moment."
"...Myst III: Exile is everything one would anticipate from a sequel and very little else. This is still a marquee title that holds the aesthetic design crown, though it's more an interactive work of art than a dedicated gaming experience."
"The story picks up ten years after the conclusion of Riven: The Sequel to Myst. Atrus and Catherine, the husband and wife whom players rescued in the first two games, are now living quietly in their new home, Tomahna, with a baby daughter named Yeesha. Their hope is to live a life of peace and quiet, but of course this is not to be. A new villain--played by Academy Award nominee Brad Dourif--enters the scene, a man whose homeworld was destroyed by Atrus's sons Sirrus and Achenar and who now seeks revenge. The player must explore five completely new ages and solve all-new puzzles to uncover the truth behind this villain's evil scheme."
"The leading role of emotional subjectivity is unprecedented, and Myst III Exile has the power to charm all types of gamers. "
- Myst Collector's Edition
- Myst IV: Revelation
- Myst V: End of Ages
- Myst: Masterpiece Edition
- Myst: Uru Complete Chronicles
- Riven: The Sequel to Myst
- Uru: Ages Beyond Myst
- Uru: Path of the Shell