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Myst III: Exile Latest News - XBX

Game Description:The classic Myst series comes to next-generation platforms with Myst III: Exile, a beautiful, innovative first-person game designed for thinkers. The adventure and mysteries begin again with a vengeful man whose home was destroyed by Sirrus and Achenar. You'll follow him through different ages in time, finding clues and uncovering secrets in a race to stop his diabolical plans. The award-winning 3D graphics, 360-degree viewing system, and challenging logic puzzles won't disappoint fans or newcomers. The Xbox version includes enhanced graphics and sound and a "making of" movie.
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  • Myst Movie Planned

    Here's a pitch from left field: Hollywood is making a Myst movie. Specifically, Roserock Films and Gran Via Productions are teaming up with Adrian Vanderbosch and Isacc Testerman to create a movie based on the evocative adventure/puzzle game from the early 1990s. As the game didn't really have a plot per se, the movie will be based on some of...

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Myst Movie Planned

 


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