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The fate of Sirrus and Achenar, two villains first introduced in the original Myst are finnaly learned by the players in Myst IV Revelation. The brothers have remained trapped in separate prison worlds, abandoned by their father for crimes they had committed. Players are engaged in uncovering the mystery surrounding a little girl's disappearance, daring to venture deep inside the intense worlds of the villainous brothers. Understanding their motives is key to the success of the investigation and will be a true "revelation."
* Escapist Adventure Escape to discover surreal and riveting Ages of Myst IV Revelation in a quest to save a little girl and uncover the truth.
* Dramatic Storyline Leads the Way The suspense returns to the forefront of the gameplay experience and answers questions left hanging since both the original Myst and Myst III: Exile.
* Decisions Directly Affect Gameplay and Outcomes Decisions will dramatically affect the various storyline options along the way...including the ending!
* Mind-Bending Puzzles Understand the twisted minds of the two evil brothers and uncover crucial clues in this captivating story.
* Photo-Realistic Graphics Compelling and pristine graphics "come to life" through cutting-edge animation programming.
* Live Action High-quality video with real-life actors is integrated directly into the storyline and gameplay, which only adds to the emotional suspense of the plot.
* Take Pictures The ability to take pictures and record your findings in a journal will ensure that you don't miss anything along the way. Interact with NPCs
* Interacting with characters will help reveal secrets from the past that might lead to the truth you seek.
* Star-Studded Soundtrack Peter Gabriel and Jack Wall provide an engaging, ambient, and immersive soundtrack that dynamically adds to the gameplay experience.
The team has attempted to make the traditionally static world of Myst much more dynamic by including an all-new graphics engine. The new game will offer challenging puzzles and good-looking, detailed 2D graphics that can be run smoothly even on low-end computers.