Myst - PSP

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Myst (PSP)
Viewed: 3D First-person Genre:
Media: Custom optical disc Arcade origin:No
Developer: Cyan Worlds Soft. Co.: Cyan Worlds
Publishers: Midway (GB)
Released: 13 Oct 2006 (GB)
Ratings: PEGI 3+
Accessories: Memory Duo Stick


Myst has been around in one form or another for over a decade at the time of the release of the deep, deeper, deepest role-player for PSP. It’s an immersive experience that draws you in and won’t let go. Gamers enter a unique setting, venturing alone to various times and places – the worlds that make up Myst. The game has no real instructions, and you will come across no living beings. However, you will soon realise that your actions may help individuals who are somehow trapped in a parallel dimension. In a way, you don’t actually play Myst, you experience it. There are countless puzzles, mazes and problems for gamers to overcome. The non-linear gameplay of Myst allows players to go anywhere at any time. Unlike many other games of this genre, Myst has no inventory, no dialogue and players never die.

There are many new features available on Myst for the PSP. All source code has been re-written specifically for the PSP’s performance and gameplay. New additions to make the most of the PSP’s technology include sounds, video clips and effects. There is also an all-new age known as the Rime Age which gamers can explore and uncover many various mysteries. Another element is the ability to save multiple games for various players.

Some of the puzzles in Myst are extremely difficult to solve. Only the most accomplished and ardent adventure gamer will be able to complete the game. If you get stuck, instead of quitting in frustration, there are numerous online sites for hints, walkthroughs and even saved games.

So if you want to play a challenging adventure game, when and whenever you want, we recommend you look no further than Myst for the PSP.