If I count correctly, this is the fifth version of the same game. That must be a record.
I haven't really gotten in to the VR thing, it mostly makes me seasick, but I think that Myst would fit perfectly for that format.
They have more than 5.
Sony PSP (better audio than Nintendo DS version, though controls are clunkier (in other words, use headphones/earbuds if playing on the DS)
Mac 7/8/9.x (same as PC version. In my case the audio was better because the speakers attached to my TV were better than the speakers on my old Mac)
newer Mac OSX.x (thanks to ScummVM)
Then there are the RealMyst versions of Myst on various platforms, all of which produced simulation sickness.
I can count on one hand the number of developers who realize 1st person 3D motion makes people sick, and that it's a huge problem for them, keeping them from buying certain games. Besides yourself, there are Frogwares and Simon Says: Watch! Play! (one of the developers of the Black Cube series of games (Catyph, etc.) (who also suffers from simulation sickness IIRC (admitted it in the AG forum). Unless someone has the simulation sickness problem themselves, they don't seem to believe it exists. I imagine it's similar to the allergy problem -- unless you're allergic to someone else's pet, you don't believe it's possible and think they're just being disagreeable for not wanting to be around your pet, or not wanting to visit your home where the pet dander may be hanging around. Unfortunately my brother doesn't want a cat living with us because our last cat was such a dander-infested puffball. So I have to make do with the little spiders that magically appear in the bathrooms and kitchen. They're not like pets you can actually pet though. All I can do is watch them and check out what they're eating when or if they manage to catch anything.