The limitless imagination of Benoit Sokal continues in Syberia 3, focusing on an entirely new adventure. After abandoning the island, Kate is found dying on the edge of a river by the Youkole tribe, a nomadic people migrating with their snow ostriches. Stuck in Valsembor village, together they must find a way to continue their journey in a race against their enemies and unexpected obstacles, not to mention Kate's past, which catches up with her.
The next generation in adventure games, Syberia 3 takes you inside an enchanting, mysterious universe full of life for you to explore in 3D. Plunged into the heart of a world inhabited by a cast of interesting characters, you'll discover and experience a fabulous tale as imagined by Benoit Sokal.
- A brand new tale, completely different from the first two Syberia games.
- Exceptionally immersive storytelling, multiplied by Benoit Sokal's unparalleled artistic direction
- Explore Benoit Sokal's poetic universe in 3D for the first time
- Original score by Inon Zur (Syberia 2, Fallout, Dragon Age, Prince of Persia)
- Original, real-time 3D puzzles and mysteries
Previously in Syberia:
A lawyer in NYC, Kate Walker was sent to Europe on a simple mission that gradually transformed into personal quest, an adventure that led her on a voyage aboard a locomotive bound for the reaches of the Europe. Accompanied by a robot named Oscar, she fulfilled inventor Hans Voralberg's dream, searching for the last mammoths all the way on the legendary island of Syberia.
New content available!
- Discover "An Automaton with a Plan", a new adventure that takes place in the enchanted world of Syberia 3! Play as Oscar, the famous automat, and unravel the mystery of Kate Walker's disappearance!
- Made corrections to how game characters use staircases.
- Corrected some problems with saving games.
- Improved some cut-scenes
- Corrected problems with some cameras.
- Improved some visual effects.
- Corrected certain interactions.
- Corrected and improved the interfaces.
- Made text bigger to make it easier to read.
- Improved various graphics.
- Corrected some inventory problems.
- Corrected various localization problems.
- Corrected various problems with the point-and-click function.
- Optimized Olympia Stadium.
- Corrected various gameplay bugs.
- Upgraded support for the 1234 keys.
Ratings and Reviews
What a disappointment.
I loved the first two in this series and recently played them again waiting for this one.
On the plus side, it’s gorgeous. Stunning. Incredible graphics. The story line is interesting and the puzzles quite logical. Most of them are getting a machine, such as a crane, to do something, like load coal onto a ship.
Too bad the game is almost unplayable.
Whoever decided on WASD/arrow keys to move Kate around should be forced to play this game with those controls for the next ten years with no bathroom breaks. Kate lurches, staggers, and wanders, as you mash arrow keys in an effort to get her from one place to another. The developers recommend a game controller, which I don’t have, and I’m not going to buy one just to play this game. The first two games happily used a mouse. What the heck?
Disregarding the awfulness of the player controls, the constant crashes and black screens would try the patience of the most avid gamer. And the Save Game sort of works, mostly. The game is saved automatically at certain points. You can’t make a save at any time you like. And a few times, Save Game didn’t, forcing me to lurch and stagger poor Kate through the mind-numbing series of paths all over again.
Be warned. The Icbreaker puzzle is almost impossible to solve with the mouse. It took me two hours to get through it. And…the ending…is…well, I don’t want to spoil it for other players. Let’s just say that if Benoit Sokol were here, I would still be screaming at him, eight hours after I finished the game.
Shame on Microids.
Call me old fashion but I had so much fun playing Syberia 3.
I did use the walkthroughs and the FAQ sites but I found the graphics great and loved the story line.
Some things I actually was proud to figure out.
Especially when we were in the town and it froze at the top of the steps and I took a different route.
Really really bad. Unplayable.
I loved the original two installments of Syberia. It really is a shame this is one is just so incredibly bad. Seriously, if you liked Syberia, do not get this one, it will taint your good memories of the previous ones.
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English, Czech, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Korean, Polish, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese
- Age Rating
- 12+ Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- © 2017 Anuman Interactive SA
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