Van Myst hebben de meesten wel gehoord. Schitterende graphics en vage puzzels waar ik in ieder geval nooit het geduld voor had om ze op te lossen

CDMag is laaiend enthousiast over dit deel wat het mogelijk maakt om in realtime 3D door de Myst wereld te lopen. CDMag is vooral te spreken over de graphics die, volgens hun, ongekend mooie textures bevat.The visuals are absolutely stunning. In fact, it's fair to say that the new engine makes the game look as impressive now as the original game looked way back in 1993. The worst of RealMYST's textures are every bit as detailed as the best textures in other 3D juggernauts such as Quake III Arena and Unreal Tournament. The best textures... well, those you will just have to see to believe. The environments sport an immense amount of visual detail—ocean waves that roll and lap against the shore (a complex and no doubt processor-intensive mix of polygon deformation and layered animated textures), changing weather, complex objects and architecture, superb sound effects, and subtle location-based music. The result is more than a sum of its parts, however-the game absolutely drips with atmosphere. You will want a killer system to really enjoy it, however—as with the original game, the hardware requirements are quite steep. Voor alle Myst fans onder ons en diegene die hoofdpijn willen krijgen van puzzels is dit natuurlijk het spel van het jaar 2000.

Aangezien we hier bij Gamers.nl niet al teveel hersencapaciteit hebben, houden wij het maar bij brainless shooters

RealMYST review