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"Combining a haunting story with amazing visuals / sounds, aside from a few rough spots, Syberia is a go to adventure-puzzle game. "

Críticas

“Proporciona una gran dosis de lo que los jugadores están hambrientos: una rica historia, complejos personajes, toneladas de puzles y la exploración de una serie de bellos e intrigantes entornos.”
100% – JustAdventure
“Syberia es una vuelta de tuerca en las aventuras gráficas, con una historia fascinante, un mundo de juego verdaderamente imaginativo e impresionantes efectos visuales.”
91% – Gamespot
“Hará las delicias de aquellos que ansían algo diferente a las aventuras gráficas habituales”
90% – Gamezone

Acerca de este juego

A Kate Walker, una joven y ambiciosa abogada de Nueva York, se le encarga lo que parece una tarea bastante sencilla: una rápida parada para gestionar la venta de una vieja fábrica de autómatas oculta entre los valles alpinos y regresar de nuevo a los EE.UU.
Poco podía imaginar que al embarcarse en esta tarea su vida cambiaría completamente. En su expedición a través de Europa, viajando desde la Europa occidental hasta los confines de la Rusia oriental, se encontrará con una serie de increíbles personajes y lugares mientras intenta localizar a Hans, el genio inventor que posee la clave para descubrir el secreto de Syberia. Su viaje a través del la tierra y el espacio la llevará a cuestionarse todo lo que valora, mientras que el acuerdo que se proponía firmar se convierte en un pacto con el destino.

Características principales

  • Un apasionante guión que va más allá de tu imaginación
  • Ricos e intrigantes personajes con detallados y realistas entornos en 3D
  • Ángulos de cámara, movimientos y encuadres como en las películas
  • Originales y creativos rompecabezas (completamente integrados en los escenarios)

Requisitos del sistema

Windows
Mac OS X
    • SO: Windows XP / Vista / 7
    • Procesador: 1 GHz
    • Memoria: 512 MB de RAM
    • Disco Duro: 1.2 GB de espacio libre
    • Gráficos: Compatible con DirectX con 128 MB de VRAM
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Sonido: Compatible con DirectX 9.0c
    • OS: 10.6 or later
    • CPU: 600 Mhz (INTEL ONLY)
    • RAM: 128 MB
    • Hard Drive: 1,5 GB
Análisis útiles de usuarios
A 2 de 2 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
11.0 h registradas
Publicado el 13 de mayo
Syberia es una aventura gráfica clásica de point and clic al uso.

La historia un pilar fundamental en este tipo de juegos cumple con su cometido y nos hace querer saber más de ese extraño personaje “Hans” al que buscamos durante toda nuestra odisea.

Un punto fuerte en Syberia es el transfondo que se le intenta aportar al personaje protagonista Kate Walker, a través de las llamadas telefónicas que recibe de familiares, amigos y pareja descubrimos su personalidad su forma de pensar y le da una profundidad que hace que se cree un gran vinculo de empatía con ella y con los sucesos que a ella le pasa.

Los puzles y retos a los que nos enfrentamos no presentan una gran dificultad y la mayoría de ellos podemos deducirlos a través de conversaciones con personajes, observando , leyendo alguna nota o simplemente usando la lógica.

Pese a ser de principios de los años 2000 , el juego sigue luciendo bastante bien sobretodo artísticamente , los escenarios prerenderizados son una delicia y los parajes fantásticos que vamos recorriendo son de una gran belleza.

Syberia puede ser una gran oportunidad para acercarse al género de las aventuras gráficas ya que cuenta con todos los elementos pero una dificultad bastante asequible lejos de otras aventuras gráficas (sobre todo de su época de máximo esplendor) con un dificultad y puzles endiablados.

Lo bueno:
-El personaje de Kate Walker.
-La historia es interesante.
-Puzles lógicos y con sentido.
-La belleza de los escenarios predibujados.
-Doblaje a gran altura.

Lo malo:
-Algo corto.
-Final demasiado abierto y apresurados que queda cojo si no jugamos a Syberia 2.
-El personaje de Oscar es un poco (bastante) cansino.
-Debería hacer más uso de su gran banda sonará.
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A 31 de 32 personas (97%) les ha sido útil este análisis
1 persona ha encontrado divertido este análisis
2.2 h registradas
Publicado el 27 de abril
Oh man, this is a really nostalgic game for me.

During my 12th birthday, my aunt came to visit me from Portugal and brought with her a couple of gifts, but one in particular was the 'special' gift for my birthday. At the time I had been bugging the ♥♥♥♥ out of my parents to buy me Battlefield 1942 and I was damn sure that that is what my 'special' gift was.

I could barely sleep the night before knowing that Im going to be playing BF1942. The day comes and when I vehemently tore the wrapping paper apart, Battlefield 1942 was not to be seen. In its place I see 'Syberia'...

What the f*** is this? Syberia?....by Benoit Sokal? ..Is this a book or something?

She told me that she heard I liked computer games so she bought me that before coming to America. I thanked her but deep inside an unearthly rage started to boil. I didn't even play it for a couple days because of how disappointed I was.

It wasn't until I had to stay home from school because of a really bad flu that I installed it and gave it bash.

The story, the animations, graphics, art, and theme instantly grabbed me. The sound design was the first thing I noticed when I became instantly immersed with the pattering of rain on the window pane and the soles of your shoes walking along hardwood floors of the inn.

The puzzles arn't that complex but really solidify the theme of automatons and cogs and gears of machines. I'm currently playing through it again and its such a nostalgia trip which makes it hard to recommend since I already knew what I was getting into. However, I have no problems saying this is my favorite point and click and one of my favorite games of all time.

Make yourself some tea, wrap yourself in a warm blanket and enjoy every moment of this atmospheric masterpiece.
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A 7 de 8 personas (88%) les ha sido útil este análisis
20.9 h registradas
Publicado el 4 de febrero
Syberia
9 / 10

A Point and Click Adventure in which you play as Lawyer Kate Walker travelling to oversee the final take-over of a toy factory in Valadilène, France. Travel with Kate and uncover the missing people and parts to the story, solve puzzles in this steampunk world and ride the train to finish up this Fantastic Adventure in Syberia.

I played this on Xbox in 2002 and again when it was released on Steam. then I replayed Syberia II. The Rumor is that Syberia III is coming out this year.... I will play entire trilogy in order if this be true.

Smile : )
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A 5 de 5 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
15.7 h registradas
Publicado el 28 de febrero
This game is a terrific dose of decent point and click style with a compelling story, good voice acting, and very pretty landscapes.

In its time, the graphics were solid and the gameplay manageable. Nowadays it looks and feels dated. That being said, if you have an opportunity and like point and click adventure games then definitely carve out some time for this one.

This game, unfortunately, falls short in a few key areas. The writing is weak, the characters are not terribly complex, and it is rife with clumsy dialogue. Our hero, Kate Walker, is pushed around by an uncaring boss with unrealistic expectations, a fiancé who is the biggest jerk in the whole world who cares absolutely nothing for the needs of Kate and her own ambitions in life, and a "best friend" who thinks she should just stop all this 'having a job' stuff and get back to being a 'good wife' to Dan the previously mentioned fiancé.

The interactions with these shallow one dimensional characters is punctuated by phone calls in which the writers try to draw out a character arc with Kate that literally has one of them saying, "Wow Kate, you've changed so much in the past few days." Perhaps this passed for decent writing in the past, but nowadays it just seems rough and juvenile as if the writers had no idea how to write a strong female character.

There are moments in which I found myself rooting on Kate as she told off Dan, solved puzzles, and bested the very jerks she had been placed in this world with but all in all I began to dread the phone calls, the interactions and the conversations with other characters. The puzzles were the biggest relief from that.

Unfortunately some of the puzzles suffered from hints that were too vague and ground the game to a standstill without referring to a walkthrough. Thankfully these were few and far between and in general the game had fantastic puzzles that were challenging and intuitive while being fulfilling.

Ultimately, this game does what point and click adventure games do well: provide a story to generate a plot driven reason to solve puzzles. I just wish the story weren't so aggravating, the characters so thin, and the conversations so utterly long winded.

Overall 6/10
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8.4 h registradas
Publicado el 7 de junio
Steampunk style point-and-click with really nice graphics (just remember it was made in 2002) and fantastic voice acting (one of best I've ever heard in an adventure game).

Village mysteries, steampunk factories, amazing airships and intricate automatons - all this explored by young New York lawyer, Kate Walker.

"Syberia" has some shortcomings, namely some annoying unskippable animations (like stair or ladder climbing) and it is quite linear, but the story is so great I would definitely recommend it anyway!

GRAPHICS: 8/10
AUDIO: 9/10
GAMEPLAY: 7/10
STORY: 10/10
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