Syberia II (2004)

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Kate, Hans and Oscar are heading to Syberia. Along the way, they have to overcome many obstacles and deal with shady characters to uncover clues vital to the continuation of their quest.


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13 April 2005 | navogenic
10 of 10
When I first played Syberia, I was amused of the graphic. One of the most beautiful I've seen. Not only the technique though. The vivid and fairy tale look like picture grabbed me. The style of the games's vision is amazing. It turned me back for decades right in my childhood.

Despite of looking great ,Syberia is clever done. The story is obsessional and interesting. There are few locations in the game-play and all of them has their own atmosphere. The main character -Kate Walker /as well as I remember/ is charismatic and completed. She has her doubts and hopes, problems and ideas, mentioned in the storyline. The adventure of Kate is truly inspirational.

The puzzles are not too hard, not too easy though. I think the balance is great. Some of them need logic, some creativity.

Think it's a movie like game, able to enjoy everyone who like playing quests.

My opinion- 10 of 10. A masterpiece.

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Release Date:

30 March 2004

Language

English


Country of Origin

Canada, France

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