Submitted by -Mezzo- 1032d ago | opinion piece

RHEM Series: A MYST Clone Worth Playing

WC - As I said in my article on the Myst series, its success spawned plenty of imitators. These games came to be known, somewhat derisively, as Myst clones – for the most part, these games came and went and were not particularly memorable, but ten years after Myst first came out, a game was released that managed to recapture the feel of the original Myst in a way that others had failed to. It was called RHEM – three sequels followed and a fourth is in the pipeline. I haven’t played the first game because it isn’t as readily available as the others but the following three made me feel like I was playing new Myst games. (PC, RHEM Trilogy Box)

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