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28 Years Later, a New Myst Is Here and It’s Better Than Ever


If you’re a fan of adventure games and/or puzzle games, you most likely know Myst, the 1993 point-and-click game developed by Cyan Worlds about trying to escape a mysterious island. Often considered as one of the greatest adventure games of all time, the game is also credited to have helped pioneer the release of games on CD-ROM since it was one of the first games to do so.


Now, 28 years after its original release, a new Myst is here — and it’s set to be released for both PC and VR.

Releasing this August 27, the new Myst isn’t just a simple remastering of the original game. It’s an entirely new game, built from the ground up in order to create a more immersive and interactive version of the game. While the original Myst was very much a point-and-click game, featuring only static image slides of each location with minimal animation, the new Myst is fully animated in full 3D with every location explorable, allowing the player to fully experience the island in all its surrealness.

You can look around areas, pick up items, press buttons, pull levers, slide open doors, and interact with the world around you. It’s everything you could possibly want in a Myst remake.

It also only makes sense for the new Myst to be built with VR in mind. It’s a perfect fit as one of the reasons why people fell in love with the original game was because of how atmospheric and immersive it was, with the frightening feeling of being somewhere you shouldn’t be constantly following you and growing with every area of the island you enter. It’s mighty impressive for a game with such limited mechanics, and VR would only take that immersiveness and multiply it by a thousand. If the game freaked you out as a kid, imagine how much it’ll freak you out now that it genuinely feels like you’re on the island itself.

The new Myst had an earlier release on the Oculus Quest late last year and reviews of it have been positive. PCMag gave the game 4 out of 5 stars and said, “Myst has always been an atmospheric game, which is part of why its transition to VR is so successful.” Road to VR called the game “a breath of fresh air” compared to the static frames of the original 1993 version. All in all, the Myst remake is setting itself up to be a fantastic game and may even end up as one of our favorite video game experiences of the year.

Myst comes out for the PC and VR this August 27 and will be available on Steam, GOG, and the Epic Games Store, as well as on the Xbox Game Pass.

by: Joey Rambles


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