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Syberia 3 Review

  • First Released Sep 5, 2012
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Memories fade in the coldest winter.

Once in a while, a renowned series from the past makes a welcome return after years in hiding. In their day, Syberia 1 and 2 were regarded as distinguished point-and-click adventure games that captured both mysticism and mystery, but 13 years later, most of that has been lost in Syberia 3. Although the threads that weave this series together return, its delivery is wholly underwhelming. Dialogue feels disconnected and the important moments lack impact, resulting in a story-centric game that rings hollow.

You play as series protagonist Kate Walker, an adventurous ex-lawyer from New York who ended up in Eastern Europe after helping one Hans Voralberg fulfill his dream: to ride the once-mythical mammoths on the island of Syberia. She leaves the island and is found by the Youkol tribe nearly frozen to death, and this is where Syberia 3 begins. Having been saved by the Youkol, Kate is compelled to help them overcome the roadblocks along their sacred migration across the Eurasian landmass. Many pieces of the previous game remain--the robotic Automatons built by the Voralberg family, Kate's vehement departure from home, and the aforementioned Youkol, a spiritual indigenous Asian tribe.

Set in fictional locations across Russia and the Eurasian landmass, Syberia 3 illustrates a quaint port village named Valsembor that's sprinkled with light snow. The charming town has a cozy tavern where the locals gather, and it feels like a place I'd want to spend a late afternoon. The game also takes you through the abandoned and rusted theme park in Baranour, where you can see remnants of a place that once fostered fun and imagination. It was tragically destroyed by nuclear fallout, and radiation still blocks off parts of the park, but once you get the power back on, a flicker of hope seeps through as your Youkol companions enjoy the salvaged rides for a brief moment.

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As Kate, you complete objectives that consist of locating an item needed to solve a puzzle or speaking to someone who has information that's needed to move on. Syberia 3 moves away from the point-and-click controls of the past, and you're now in direct control of her. There aren't any fail-states or action sequences that ratchet up tension; that's fine, but the solutions to your goals are only mildly interesting obstacles that never really tap into or build upon your knowledge. Many of these moments rely on arbitrarily placed objects that either require a sharp eye or just blind luck to find. One genuinely clever puzzle forces you to finagle with the accelerometer of a broken-down roller coaster and figure out how to get the car to stop at a the entrance of a secret passageway. The necessary information can be derived from a paper clue nearby, but you need two metal poles to do the job. However, one is haphazardly placed under a bench within the expansive amusement park. So, even the better gameplay moments of the game are held back by curious design decisions.

Another scene requires you to find flares to fend off an attacker at sea, but the flares are placed under a bench in your ship that’s only visible if you enter the room from a specific angle. You may come across this item within minutes, or just as likely scramble for much longer. Regardless, player skill or cunning is not in the solution's equation. Important items are sometimes indistinguishable in the environment, a problem compounded by the game's semi-fixed camera angles and sluggish movement. Simple actions, such as changing direction and getting Kate into position, can be downright frustrating.

When you’re not pitted with obtuse puzzles, you're speaking with other characters who can assist you along the journey. You're given Telltale-style speech options to either alter Kate's conversational tone or dig up more backstory, but these often result in a slightly altered scene afterward or further down the road. You also have the ability to hear her thoughts during heated conversations, but it's simply meaningless exposition that tries to justify any of the presented options. There's always only one specific solution to objectives, devoid of any player agency.

For a game that relies so heavily on character interaction and dialogue to tell its story, Syberia 3 falls well short of making good on its approach. A large majority of dialogue sequences feature close-up views of the characters, which makes the overtly out-of-sync lip movement far too jarring to ignore. More often than not, the poor voice acting detracts from the characters’ presence and authenticity. Lines are delivered in the most inconsequential tones and out-of-context manner, reaching territory that'd have Siri or Alexa seem organic. For example, one supporting character speaks in run-on sentences, not even pausing to take a breath or express emotion for her ailing grandfather. That elderly man sounds as if he's voiced by someone 50 years younger. Meanwhile, Kate's original voice actress makes a return, but rarely do her lines ever match the gravity of the events that surround her. There isn't a natural pace to the speech, and many of the phrases and words sound like they’ve been lost in translation, sometimes bordering on nonsensical. Kate is constantly referred to as the American interfering with the issues at hand, but no one--other than the Youkol--seems to have any accents to match the game's setting. This relentless dissonance in tone and delivery permeates the entire game.

A returning companion and the captain of the Krystal ship are a few faint highlights, characters with more complex backstories and important roles. However, Syberia 3's antagonists are as cliche and faceless as they come. An evil doctor (who is constantly and nauseatingly called by her full name) and an eye-patched military commander make for the most hamfisted and cheesy villainous duo in recent memory. Without any semblance of purpose or motivation, they want the Youkol to modernize and integrate with modern society.

Rather than playing a vital complementary role in the Youkol’s journey, Kate is essentially their lone savior. Without her direct help, the Youkol tend to helplessly flounder about and sit idly by while she solves all their problems. The problem with this doesn't rest solely on some fictional Western savior complex, but also in the fact that the Youkol people never really develop as characters or become a bigger part of their own story. A late-game reveal adds a layer of depth to Youkol history, but it's first introduced in a throwaway line. The meat of this lore is relegated to a book in your inventory, which gives the time and place of your actions relevance. It's a significant tragedy that contextualizes a political struggle, but again, it's held back by clumsy presentation.

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Amidst the grating dialogue and off-putting character animations is an atmosphere worthy of a better game and better-delivered story. Renowned composer Inon Zur (whose background includes the 3D Fallout games, Dragon Age series, and even Syberia 2) delivers incredibly rich and memorable music. The beating percussion uplifts a sharp orchestra that exudes infectious melodies and harmonies, driving home the feeling of charting unknown territory in remote parts of Eastern Europe. I even found myself unconsciously humming these songs outside of the game. The great music coincides with a cold and grim, yet captivating atmosphere, creating a world that should be lived in.

And that's the overall feeling with Syberia 3. Slivers of enjoyment and potential are found within a disconnected and underwhelming journey. The characters, their interactions, the way they speak, and the reason they even exist all mash into a puzzle-adventure game devoid of significance or impact. The Syberia series deserved a better return, otherwise, it should've been left in the past.

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The Good

  • Beautifully orchestrated soundtrack
  • Atmospheric Eastern European setting

The Bad

  • Shoddy voice acting and jarring dialogue flow
  • Terrible lip-syncing and stiff animation
  • Technical difficulties that hamper gameplay
  • Poor movement mechanics
  • Some puzzles rely on finding haphazardly placed objects rather than player ingenuity

About the Author

Michael was captivated by point-and-click adventure games early in life with the likes of Broken Sword: Shadow of the Templars and Escape From Monkey Island. Having played Syberia 1 and 2 all those years ago, he looked forward to what the third game had to offer and spent about 12 hours to complete Kate Walker's new journey. A copy of Syberia 3 was provided by Microids.
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Heartbreaking.

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this one looks better then second one

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Bloody hell...First two were awesome. If you look at scores of most Microids games not many have scored over 7. I think they need to go back and release revised edition which will be free to those who already bought it obviously.

I dont know how big the development team is but i expected better considering its not a big AAA project.

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Well, I was really interested but I will wait for the sale now. Thank you

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Wait for Black Friday and pick this up for $19.99. Doesn't sound worth the full retail price right now.

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@creaturecomfort: $20? Try $5.

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@creaturecomfort: not worth $20 either.

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Having never played the first two, I had a feeling this game would get bad reviews just based on promotional materials I saw for it.

Even in the trailer (something that's supposed to be built from the ground up to showcase the best possible aspects of your game) the terrible voice acting and somewhat campy feel were readily apparent.

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This sounds like the Siberia series I remember.

Everybody's acting like the first two games were so amazing, but they also had bad voice acting, arbitrary and obtuse puzzles/find an object scenarios as well.

"Khall-o litt-le girl. Khow-are-you-to-day."

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@Dark_Matters: they were amazing, to me anyway, but i was a giant Broken Sword fan and this was about as good as it got outside of Indiana Jones fate of atlantis and Broken Sword.

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This, in my opinion, is the most honest review I've read of this game.

Having finished it just moments ago, I completely agree with everything you reasoned about.

It's really a shame that they didn't take the time to build it properly, but I still enjoyed it because - well, because it's Syberia, and it has a special place in my heart.

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*points to GOG*

Here be the land of Full Throttle Remastered, The Longest Journey, Wadjet Eye Games, and Day of the Tentacle.

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i bought this game thinking that it would be just as good as the others and i am greatly dissappointed. the graphs are terrible, it's choppy/laggy and the character don't speak on time. terrible game. not worth the money.

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"Resulting in a story-centric game that rings hollow." Man, Mass Effect just can't catch a break... oh wait...

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@RS13: sadly even if the sarcasm was true the worse Mass-Effect game (which I think we can all point fingers at pretty quickly lol) is yards beyond this game....I enjoyed Syberia 1 & 2...and sadly I just finished this game....its terrible....I mean terrible...even Andromeda had/has some redeeming qualities...this title on the other hand...beyond the "soundtrack" (which is more subjective then anything) it has nothing redeeming about it lol

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Sad :(

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I knew it the moment I saw the trailer

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I have fond memories of playing the Syberias, I'm just going to pretend this didn't happen. I hope that Beyond Good and Evil's revival gets better treatment.

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@p1p3dream: I agree with you. Wish this game never hatched.

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It's funny that technical issues hammer the score on the ground in a game like this but when Nintendo game, for example, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has numerous technical issues they give it 10/10.

https://donotpreorder.blog/2017/03/10/why-nintendo-gets-a-free-pass/

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@snaketus: If you think this game and BOTW are even remotely in the same league, you need to seek treatment immediately, because you gotta be smoking crack.

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@snaketus: only really frame-rate issues BUT its a good game, and its been quite enjoyable. and has FAR more content to begin with.

comparing a quality game w/ issues like BOTW vs a game with nothing BUT issues (and fairly hollow) like Syberia 3...is a joke, a weird comparison if you ask me. So its not really all that funny...BOTW=despite issues = good, Syberia 3 = only redeeming quality is the soundtrack (which isnt ALL that great) I've heard much better then again thats subjective. But Syberia 1 & 2 were great adventures for their day....and I enjoyed both but I've played Breath of the Wild & I've just now recently finished Syberia 3...and I have to say this review is pretty honest-to-god....completely terrible voice-acting, lip-syncing...choppy animations (not just slow-down, screen-tearing, or judder) but literally the animations are not fluid at any POINT in the entire short-story (its hollow, has nothing of interest, even if the exploration had been enjoyable you could give it a few bullet-points) but you can't...this game is just not a good game.

Comparing this to Breath of the Wild (is a joke in itself) no game is perfect by any stretch of the imagination but Breath of the Wild is yards beyond this game. To be quite honest...the issues with BOTW could be fixed (or padded down) at the very least with this game it would need a COMPLETE overhaul, like trashed from the start & completely redone to be potentially of any quality. lol even if Breath of the Wild isn't a 10/10 (its at the very least an 8 or 9) nonetheless a good game. I invested over 150 hours & thoroughly enjoyed it...but I cant nor wont speak for other people. This game...I invested less then 12 hours and 98% of those near-12 hours played were not enjoyable one bit. So for me...comparison of these 2 games is quite ridiculous...you need (we need) a better title to compare to Syberia 3.

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@snaketus: You could have given a better example, like rome 2 being a mess but still getting rated highly by gamespot

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@snaketus: sounds like the users who have played it agree this is mediocre at best, mate

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@snaketus: numerous? just one...fps drops in in certain places, nothing else :)

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@Blackened_Halo: I agree that frame rate is the only issue in BOTW, but the frame rate issues are consistent and glaring. It definitely deserved to be docked a point at the very least for that alone. BOTW is an amazing game and well worth the price of admission, technical issues be damned. But to say it's only in certain places is underselling the frequency. I've had it drop easily to single digits on both the Wii U version, and the Switch version. Again, amazing game, but frame rate issues were a definite downer.

That said, overall I agree it's a poor comparison for Syberia to BOTW. Not even remotely the same and a definite apples to oranges comparison.

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Damn shame. Granted Syberia 2 was noticeably weaker then the first, noticeably, but it seems this is yet another step downwards. I was expecting, they are taking their time to do it right this time!

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Exactly the score I would give. This game is so terrible it's sad, because of the legacy of the first two sequels.

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@Pelezinho777: Wait, isn't this very game itself one of the two sequels (being the third and thus the second sequel)? Yes, I'm being a dick, but you really need to work on your sentences.

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@mdinger: I don't see what's your problem? I'm saying this third game is pure crap, including game mechanics, story, graphics, voice acting, pretty much everything that is relevant. It doesn't have the right to be named Syberia. That's all, hope I was being more clear this time.

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@Pelezinho777: "...legacy of the first two sequels.". This is the second sequel. The first game was not a sequel.

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@mdinger: Obviously. I apologize, I meant first two games. Sounds better?

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Sadly this is all true, industry's changing, and in many terms for worse with all the mediocre games coming out lately, even the big companies have a big percentage of flops as games are being rushed for release. Don't like the direction where this is going :S

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@chainsword: eh to each their own, plenty of great games, plenty of quality content - big devs release a 50/50 mix, lol this is just 1 small weak game nobody will pay attention to, LOL @ stupid doomsday theories "dont like the way things are going" lol nothing is wrong with the industry, I can list 2016-2017 DOZENS (and I literally mean dozens) of great releases, updates, DLC, controllers/peripherals, etc, etc) all this is = people crying and being pessimistic over 1 release (meanwhile I see more 8s, 9s on the scoreboard vs 4s and 5s) its called CHOOSE the games you want to play & enjoy - avoid the ones that get bad reviews (and universal mixed reception) its not hard to fine-tune your selection. The direction is fine, for every bad game I find a good game released (or about to release) I can think of a SLEW of quality games that are out, or going to be released, but oh right lets call it how so many mediocre games coming out lately (there has been mediocre games coming out for 27 years) LOL retro & nostalgia is a drug makes you "remember" the good times, but you forget all the SHIT that was coming out in 1992, or 1997, or 2000, or 2004 - theres been a slew of mediocre or flops come out EVERY year for the near 30 years I've been gaming ATLEAST nowadays you have more options, obviously better technology (slimmer designs, faster-everything, larger storage, online options, ability to digital/stream & download & online gaming) nowadays you have more options for both software & hardware...and more games can be enjoyed in a variety of ways... its not hard to just ignore the mediocre or badly reviewed games (and besides nothing is "true") its all just opinion. tons of shit come out in ALL forms of entertainment across ALL generations/years. Nothing new, just weed through crap and find the quality...not that hard.

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Game is just weak. If it was not a sequel noone no one would even be interested in it. Another poor game with cheap graphic, bad acting, and really idiotoc story (ghosts, gangsters - wth??). 2017 - year of daying games.

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@ffgd: dying games ? daying games....lol the year is fine, just pessimism is funny its easy to find quality content. and if you cant...oh well sorry to hear that

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f**************************** this is so, so, so disappointing.

Can't say I was really looking forward to this game in a hype sense, but it would have been nice to see this game do well.

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"it should've been left in the past" , those are strong words, and I totally agree..sadly

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5 years of work and 13 years since sequel...

they consolized a niche game known for playing with mouse clicks, and they added a weak implementation of denuvo.
the game was cracked in 2 days and it had better performance than legit version, now they removed denuvo with recent patch, lmao.

instead of focusing to release it on GOG and a linux version, they decided it was better to waste time and money for shitty drm... microids muppets

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@bruta: denuvo doesn't influence performance, its all in your head mate!

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@omegazeda: Everyone seems so confident that deunvo does/doesn't impact performance and yet I have yet to see anyone run any tests on it.

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You know, if you read "The Bad" column out of context, it sounds like this is a review for Mass Effect: Andromeda.

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@Mogan: DAMMIT! I just made that joke then saw this.

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@Mogan: LOL that is true..

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Oh dear oh dear.

Looks like a budget indie game.

What were they thinking?

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£90 for collectors edition as well. lol

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womp womp

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@pyro1245: Dun de dun dun.......dun de dun dun.....duunnn......lolz

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Syberia 3

First Released Sep 5, 2012
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An immersive adventure experience awaits patient fans of the 2002 series, Syberia, with the third installment finally being unveiled.

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Content is generally suitable for ages 13 and up. May contain violence, suggestive themes, crude humor, minimal blood, simulated gambling and/or infrequent use of strong language.
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