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'Myst III: Exile' (PS2/Xbox) Ships To Stores

by Rainier on Sept. 19, 2002 @ 7:28 p.m. PDT

Ubi Soft announced Myst III: Exile for the PlayStation 2 and the Xbox has shipped to retail stores nationwide. For the first time, the intrigue and adventure of the Myst franchise will be fully realized through the power of these next generation consoles. Developed by Presto Studios, Myst III: Exile is the award-winning third installment to the best-selling Myst franchise -- named "Best Adventure Game" by Computer Games Magazine and "Best Game in its Genre" by Gamespot. Exile for PS2 and Xbox is available at retail stores nationwide for a suggested retail price of $19.99 (PS2) and 39.99 (Xbox), respectively.

The Saga Continues

Myst III: Exile transports players ten years forward in the Myst universe, where a new villain lies in wait. Saavedro, played by Academy Award nominee Brad Dourif (Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest), has been hiding on Atrus' Ages, awaiting his chance to gain revenge upon Atrus and his family. Players must track Saavedro through five surreal Ages, solving puzzles and uncovering the truth behind this new adversary and his devious plot.

  • Vividly beautiful scenery and real-time 3D technology seamlessly blend environments and gameplay in real-time
  • Five entirely new ages to explore and an original storyline to discover
  • Rich music and riveting cinematics complete the realism of the experience

About Presto Studios

San Diego-based Presto Studios was founded in 1991 by a talented group of close friends determined to make an impact in the gaming industry. Presto has grown to a cutting-edge entertainment software development company known for its engaging photo-realistic games, including the Journeyman Project series of time-travel adventures. Presto Studios, Inc. can be found on the World Wide Web.

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