The legacy of Cyan's puzzle-solving Myst series mightn't be obvious these days, but for those of us who were around when it was first released in 1993 -- and subsequently blown away by the graphics and animation -- it's certainly not forgotten. After some hard work securing the rights for its legacy titles, Myst developer Cyan Inc. has announced plans to update all its games for modern systems.
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In what will probably be the first and last time I'm excited for anything involving Rabbids, the biggest release this week is comfortably the unusual cross-over between Mario and Ubisoft.
But the list of big hitters doesn't stop there: the first episode of Life is Strange: Before the Storm drops this week, ARK: Survival Evolved comes out of Early Access, and RedOut gets a well-deserved console release. It's a big week in games, people.
If you played Myst, chances are you'll remember the absolute agony that the Maze Runner puzzle. It was a nightmare involving a cart, four directions, and some weird sounds that initially didn't make a whole lot of sense.
At the time, it was one of the game's most heavily criticised puzzles. And yet Myst creator Rand Miller loved the hell out of it.
I still don't really know what's going on in Obduction, the new game from the folks behind legendary adventure game Myst, but I'm extremely intrigued.