Myst III: Exile Publisher: Ubisoft Producers: Presto Studios (Now out of biz.) Counsels: PC, X-Box ESRB Rating: E


-People killing people in cold blooded murder (Ex. Grand Theft Auto 3) (-5 pts) (You can get murdered by being clubbed, but you cannot murder.) -No Blood (-0 pts) -No Gore (-0 pts) -No Foul Language (-0 pts) -No sexual dialogue. (-0 pts) -No Nudity (-0 pts) -No Sexual Content (-0 pts) -There is no occult or supernatural environment in the game. (-0 pts) -There is no occult or supernatural in the game. (-0 pts) -No authority issues involved with this game. (-0 pts) -No prejudicial bias in the game. (-0 pts) -No gross humor in the game. (-0 pts) -Good value decision making is required to progress in the game. (-0 pts)



The gameplay is basically a point and click interface. You point where you want to go, and click. This game lets you look 360 degrees around, up and down, something many games like it don?t have. You go around the in the game solving puzzles, so if your solution to any problem in a game it to blast it, this is not the game for you. There are six ages (or worlds) in the game. The first one is Earth. The exact place you visit is Tomahna the home of Atrus, his wife Catherine, and their daughter Yeesha. The second one is J?nanin, which the creators of the game described as a rock climber?s paradise. From this age you visit the last four ages of the game. Amateria has many Chinese looking building, and is a rather dark stormy place filled with a strange rock called nara. Edanna is the home of the Squee, an animal that is somewhat like a mouse. This place is the inside of a tree that contains a jungle inside of it. Voltaic reminds me of the Grand Canyon (But it does have quite a bit of water.). It?s an age that runs electrical devises off of natural power. The last age by far is the most beautiful I have ever seen. It is called Narryan. It is the last age. But before you can see its beauty, there is one last puzzle you must solve, and it is by no means easy.


Be warned, looking into the sun in the game almost made me cover my eyes. While the graphics aren?t the greatest, they are very real. There are still plenty of places that have jaw-dropping graphics, but somehow the graphics just don?t have that realistic look. They used real actors once again. One of them is Brad Dourif, who gives an excellent performance as the revengeful seeking man.


The sound is once again top notch. Every object you can interact with has its on unique sound. There is plenty of ambiance noise to bring the sound to a higher level of realism. And there are unique sounds to accompany the unique creatures in the game. The music is the best ever in a game. Jack Wall just nailed the feel of the worlds in the music. He gave the in game movie footage music a theatrical feel like on other game has ever had. It is hard to describe what the music sounds like, because Jack composed it in such a detailed way.


I had no problems in this game, and I don?t think anyone else should have any trouble with this game.


The Controls are simplistic; all you use is the mouse. It barely takes you 1 min to figure out the controls. The menu interface is very easy and I think no one should have any trouble figuring it out. Bonus Points-+3 -The story in this game delivers a good moral lesson. (+3 pts) (Revenge only hurts you and others in the end.)

Final Score-96

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