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Syberia #1214213
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I am finally finishing Syberia 3. (I have owned it for two years, but didn't have a computer that would run it until now.) It is a beautiful and clever game which is lessened by a touch of carelessness throughout, but I have still enjoyed it. It seems that I read on Boomers several months ago that Syberia 4 was, in fact, in the works. Is there any late word on it? I also wonder if anyone believes that since we have Oscar back, could we perhaps learn what happened to Momo in the next game? I always felt bad about leaving him back there.


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Re: Syberia [Re: The Haze] #1214217
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No further news yet on 4, I don't expect any really from them until they have something substantial. That is generally how they proceed.

Glad you enjoyed the third one. I have not yet played it.

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Happy you enjoyed #3 Haze. For me the games that make me happy are few and far between these last few years.

Personally, as far as Syberia is concerned, I wish they drop the whole theme and start with a whole new story line with a completely new adventure of Kate Walker with the new worlds and characters to discover. That all being said, even if they didn't listen to me smirk I would still play any Syberia game they came up with.


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Re: Syberia [Re: The Haze] #1214237
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I'm glad you liked the game too The Haze! I'm looking forward to another Syberia game. Hopefully, it will happen!

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Originally Posted by oldbroad
I'm glad you liked the game too The Haze! I'm looking forward to another Syberia game. Hopefully, it will happen!


Me too. Lovely graphics and hours and hours of play.

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I have an apology. When I said I had played and enjoyed Syberia 3, I wasn't quite truthful. I finished it yesterday. I still enjoyed it. It's still beautiful. I still hope for a Syberia 4. HOWEVER...Syberia is a long game and it plays for a long time. Then you get to perhaps the dumbest conclusion in the history of gaming. 'Twas a disappointment


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Sorry you feel that way. frown I felt the ending was pretty much the same as how the first and second games ended.

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I still enjoyed the visuals and the story, but can't agree that it ends even a bit like the others. Kate ended up chasing a train to continue in 1, and floating off on a boat to somewhere in 2. That's a long way from facing really potential and very ugly dangers. No real matter; I'll buy the next game anyway, but I hope the next one ends in significantly more upbeat a manner.


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Re: Syberia [Re: The Haze] #1214488
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Okay. I see what you mean. I was thinking on the line of how a lot of people felt the game ended on a cliffhanger. I don't think it was anymore of a cliffhanger ending than the first two games.

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i truly loved syberia i thought it was such a charming entry into the point and click genre. with such a beautiful story and some truly gorgeous locations and prerendered backgrounds


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