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Re: This Forum and Syberia #122234
07/18/02 11:17 PM
07/18/02 11:17 PM
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California, USA
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Thank you B. Sokal for all your wonderful work, and thank you for taking the time to post here at GameBoomers!!

I love Amerzone (I've played it three times), and I am really looking forward to playing Syberia. I played the demo, and it looks terrific!!

Re: This Forum and Syberia #122235
07/19/02 12:24 AM
07/19/02 12:24 AM
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Middle of Nowhere
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Dear Benoit,
I've played many memorable and well done adventure games in my time, but Syberia has managed to outdo almost every one of them - Ok, ok, EVERY one of them. smile

The music, graphics, and of course, the storyline are all top-notch. Despite an overtime job I managed to finish the game in a couple of days - that's how drawn I was to it. Randy at JustAdventure will kill me when he hears that I'm putting off a review for JA in order to play Syberia, lol!!

I look forward to your future works, and I must say that I much prefer the 3rd-person format and hope you continue it. Thanks for such a beautiful game!

Audrey Wells
Just Adventure


~Audrey~

"Never judge a book by its movie."
Re: This Forum and Syberia #122236
07/19/02 04:54 AM
07/19/02 04:54 AM
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I also have to jump in and thank you for such a fantastic game. It truly is one of the best adventure games I have played in years. happydance

Re: This Forum and Syberia #122237
07/25/02 11:38 PM
07/25/02 11:38 PM
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Thought I would push this up for all the recent newcomers to the Syberia enchantment to enjoy. smile

Laura





Re: This Forum and Syberia #122238
07/26/02 06:21 AM
07/26/02 06:21 AM
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Porto, Portugal
I'll add mine to all the other welcome msgs...

I'll ask you a question, though: I read the Amerzone comics and it's a little (more than a little!) different from the game. Did you change your mind (and decided to rewrite the story) when doing the game or was the comics not really adaptable to a adventure game so you had to change all those bits???

What other comic books did you write? (I only know of Amerzone). Sorry for being so curious...

Re: This Forum and Syberia #122239
07/26/02 10:22 AM
07/26/02 10:22 AM
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Cold Lake, Alberta Canada
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Yes, thank you. My husband picked the game up for me before we left Quebec and I was only able to complete half of the game before the movers dismantled the computer, but now after three weeks I can continue the adventure. I would like to add that one of the reasons that I thouroughly enjoy the game is because while it is very challanging, it is solvable on your own. It is not diabolically difficult to the point of resorting to a walk through every five minutes like Schizm. Thank you again, and I hope to be purchasing a sequel in the future.

Silver Sarge


Nobody can make you feel inferior without your permission.
-Eleanor Roosevelt-
Re: This Forum and Syberia #122240
07/26/02 10:38 AM
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Santa Barbara, CA, USA
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Mr. Sokol -- Thanks so much for such a gorgeous game. The graphics were breathtaking, the music delightful, but what really made the game for me was the character development. Kate's transformation into an independent woman is a fascinating journey, one I would love to see continued. And I want mammoths! PLEASE, MORE!!!


You don't need any brains to listen to music.
Re: This Forum and Syberia #122241
07/26/02 10:44 AM
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Hello there, Mr. Sokal! laugh

I just wanted to add that I surely agree with all the superlatives above, concerning Syberia, that I am playing it as slowly as possible. A gem like this is deserves to be savored! wink

Best wishes, Witchen =O) laugh

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