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Having searched Eastern and Western Europe for a missing heir, Kate Walker finally completed her long and arduous journey, obtaining the signature of Hans Voralberg and closing the automaton factory buyout. Mission accomplished?
Release Date: Mar 30, 2004
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Reviews

“If you loved the first one or thought that it would be excellent if only the puzzles were more challenging, this is a game you will not want to be without.”
80% – AdventureGamers

“Like the final part of 'The Lord of the Rings,' the completion of the journey of Hans and Kate deserves the highest marks.”
100% – Quandary

“It has a great storyline that grips you from the get-go. Superb graphics, sound and music push Syberia II above being good, and just short of being great.”
86% – IGN

About the Game

Having searched Eastern and Western Europe for a missing heir, Kate Walker finally completed her long and arduous journey, obtaining the signature of Hans Voralberg and closing the automaton factory buyout.

Mission accomplished? Not for this sophisticated New York lawyer…

An unlikely pair, young Kate Walker and old, eccentric Hans Voralberg now set off on a journey together: in search of the last of the fabled Syberian mammoths at the heart of a long and forgotten universe. The surreal quest Hans began alone several years ago will come to a final close as he and Kate face obstacles far more dangerous than ever before, testing their courage and determination.

Far and beyond, a mystical Syberia awaits their arrival…

Key Features

  • Original and captivating storyline
  • Rich and intriguing new characters with new, realistically detailed 3D environments
  • Completely integrated, original puzzles that test the players skill throughout the game

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7
    • Processor: 1.5GHz CPU
    • Memory: 512MB
    • Hard Disk Space: 1.5GB
    • Video Card: DirectX compatible graphics card with 128 MB memory
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Sound: Sound card with DirectX 9.0c support
Helpful customer reviews
71 of 92 people (77%) found this review helpful
723 products in account
228 reviews
5.2 hrs on record
It suffers from the same issues as the first Syberia (the puzzles aren't great, lots of running back and forth across empty screens) but the story goes to some interesting places and the environments are quite beautiful. I went through it with a walkthrough and enjoyed it.
Posted: February 22nd, 2014
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31 of 45 people (69%) found this review helpful
70 products in account
6 reviews
7.5 hrs on record
I'll just copy/paste my review of Syberia here because you will want to play this if you liked the first one.

This is one of those games that is hard to take a break from. You want to know what's next in the story.
Well written and entertaining.
Posted: June 24th, 2014
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12 of 15 people (80%) found this review helpful
227 products in account
1 review
8.6 hrs on record
One of the best Adventures I ever played. The story is awesome and the game is logical. You dont have to quess.
Many turning points and very very nice characters.
Posted: April 14th, 2014
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66 of 129 people (51%) found this review helpful
33 products in account
12 reviews
8.2 hrs on record
Played: Feb 2014
PROS:
+ More cinematics
+ Voice acting better than episode I
+ Does not have the graphics problem episode I had with switching to windowed mode in-game

CONS:
- Story STILL does not go anywhere
- Voice acting (English) still a bit silly

REVIEW: Let’s be honest: if I hadn’t purchased Syberia II along with Syberia I as a super-cheap combo pack, I wouldn’t have bothered at all. Everything that is “good” about Syberia II is only relatively good when compared with the terrible Syberia I; there is nothing superlative about any facet of this game.
A good thing about this game is that it has more cinematics than its predecessor. A game that sells itself on story should have many movies, and there are some here. For a game released in 2004 the visuals are not bad, but they haven’t aged well at all and alone they shouldn’t induce you to buy this game. Furthermore, the voice acting won’t make you wince as often; as when intonation is way of or a word is mispronounced, but you will definitely notice strange moments in the dialogue.
The main draw of this game is supposed to be the “amazing story” but here is the problem: it never develops beyond the premise that your protagonist wants to help an old guy reach Syberia (and still features the intelligence-insulting idea that he couldn't have gotten there when he built the rails the first time).

In general, stories depend on the quality of conflict for their weight, and the weak opposition and half-sketched puzzles (either extremely easy or nonsensical due to total lack of clues) simply don’t contribute any to a satisfying conclusion. It’s more like you progress through a series of trivial events and the game stops. Even in its most pretentious moments trying to induce pathos, the characters never manage to be any more impactful than a mildly annoying fly at the dinner table.

So what should induce you to buy this game? I can only imagine it must be the inflated ratings it seems to be getting elsewhere (why I tried when both games together were $3). Don’t bother unless you have time to waste and the patience of Job for flimsy characters (slightly less) annoyingly voiced.

SPOILER PLOT COMPLAINT: One more thing I could leave off here-I couldn't believe it but the developers actually show you going so far north that you see Antarctic Emperor Penguins. Come on, were they complete idiots, or did they just think I'm one?
Posted: June 20th, 2014
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47 of 93 people (51%) found this review helpful
100 products in account
3 reviews
8.1 hrs on record
So much of the games puzzles and story make no sense, that a walkthrough was constantly needed. Some puzzles have no in game explaination, and yet require a specific sequence of buttons to be pressed.

Certainly not a game for anyone wanting a real story game. The story is hollow and shallow, and often makes no sense at all.

Also you will never again forget the name of the main character, as nearly every sentence anyone spoke to her includes her FULL NAME! First and last name... really? Yes, it is true.

This game also has a big problem with naming things. Sometimes naming strange, fictional things, with the same name as something real, only with a slight spelling difference(Syberia, not Siberia). Or naming a strange fictional seal-dog animal race with almost the same name as the strange nomadic people you're trying to reach(Youki is a dog thing, Youkol is a race of nomadic people). This becomes VERY confusing.

There is also some kind of a start of a story thing with the main characters former boss sending someone to try to find her, because her mom is 'making him' ( 'him' being some head cheese of a giant law firm or something, why he'd listen to some lady about one of his employee's who decided to run away, I don't know.) Overall this part of a story piece helped nothing with the game, and seemed only to be a sad way of trying to make it seem like she was embarking on this IMPOSSIBLE journey, since the expert he hires to try to find her just can't do it, it's to hard.

Overall, this game was a terrible disappointment. Back when this game was new, I'm sure it would have been 'top notch', but now it's just confusing, boring, and very aggravating.
Posted: February 25th, 2014
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71 of 92 people (77%) found this review helpful
723 products in account
228 reviews
5.2 hrs on record
It suffers from the same issues as the first Syberia (the puzzles aren't great, lots of running back and forth across empty screens) but the story goes to some interesting places and the environments are quite beautiful. I went through it with a walkthrough and enjoyed it.
Posted: February 22nd, 2014
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