Syberia

released on Aug 09, 2002

Join Kate Walker as she travels to remote locations and time periods in this timeless voyage to discover her true destiny.


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Syberia 3
Syberia II
Syberia II

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Finally getting around to this after all these years and it's... ok! The characters are mostly bland (fuck Dan, jesus christ) and the story is pretty simple, but the setting and set pieces are cool. Art wise it's pretty damn nice looking with its classic pre-rendered backgrounds and that's where I got most of my enjoyment from. It's got this strange Soviet steampunk/clockwork aesthetic going on which is kinda awesome.

The puzzles are just ok, nothing mind blowing. Mostly obvious, sometimes nonsensical, and a small handful of pretty clever ones. You might end up having to pixel hunt a little and most of your time will be spent running back and forth between empty screens.

If you've ever seen the anime Kino's Journey, it feels kind of like an episode from that. Traveling to weird, surreal lands filled with strange sights and stranger people, and you can't help but want to see what's next.

i remember buying syberia , silent hill 2 and Raw Danger! disks with my ps2
never finished syberia until recently

Enjoyed the majority of the puzzles, although the story is pretty bizarro.

charming story and beautiful environments. i love the automotons and these characters!! crazy crazy b plot within kate's phonecalls omg
biggest issue was a ton of graphic bugs that made me have to constantly save in case the game became unplayable and i had to reboot :( rip was still really fun tho

Acordar na pandemia, 9:00 de uma manhã nublado, e ir jogar syberia. Inesquecível...