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Atrus calls the Stranger to his home in Tomahna to request his friend's assistance on finding Yeesha, Atrus' daughter who has disappeared. When her two brothers are suspected, the Stranger travels to the prison Ages of Spire and Haven.

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Cast

Cast overview:
Rand Miller Rand Miller ... Atrus
Kira Clavell ... Raeane / Moiri
Angèle Coutu ... Caradell
Juliette Gosselin ... Yeesha
Jessica Courtemanche Jessica Courtemanche ... Yannin (as Jessica Nouadir)
Jennifer Podemski Jennifer Podemski ... Anya (as Jennifer Podemsky)
Alison Sealy-Smith Alison Sealy-Smith ... Zanika
Guy Sprung ... Achenar
Brian Wrench Brian Wrench ... Sirrus
Claudia Besso ... Comedian VO (voice)
Peter Gabriel ... Spirit (voice)
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Storyline

Atrus calls the Stranger to his home in Tomahna to request his friend's assistance on finding Yeesha, Atrus' daughter who has disappeared. When her two brothers are suspected, the Stranger travels to the prison Ages of Spire and Haven.

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Canada | USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

30 September 2004 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital (Xbox version)| Stereo (PC and Mac versions)

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Achenar: I have a few friends. They accept me. But it's not like before, definitely not like before. Friends come and go, specially when you're moving around a lot, but here! Been here a long time. Looong time. Kinda makes you crazy, you know? Whacko. Reeeally out there. COO-COOOO!
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Achenar: You bring any apples?
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Finally The Graphics To Match The Gameplay
6 March 2017 | by zkonedogSee all my reviews

The Myst franchise was always known for its engrossing environments and complex, mind- bending puzzles. As the graphic engines of personal computers got better and better, though, the "screenshot" method of the series (where each mouse click essentially advanced you to another screen of interactive images) started to seem a bit dated. With "Revelation", however, the graphics were ushered into a new era and able to match up with the previously established greatness.

Though the puzzles of "Revelation" are definitely intriguing, what I always remember about the game was just how incredible everything looked. It was as if the worlds were truly coming to life around me. There was a 360-degree range of motion, and the objects within the worlds looked as pristine as any other game of that time. For example, the "Spire" age in this game to this day remains perhaps the most incredible world I've ever experienced in the Myst universe.

Story-wise, the franchise did well to bring back the Sirius and Achenar characters (this time again plotting against father Atrus by kidnapping sister Yeesha), as Myst fans deserved a bit more about those two individuals and the type of worlds they created/destroyed. After branching the story out quite a bit in "Exile", "Revelation" brings things back to its roots once again.

Overall, then, "Revelation" could easily be viewed as the top game in the entire Myst franchise simply for the way it combined state-of-the-art graphics with the typical compelling Myst story lines and logic-based puzzles.


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