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Syberia 2 - PC

by Global Star Software
Windows 98 / 2000 / Me / XP / 95
4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (83 customer reviews) 80 / 100

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  • Third-person fantasy adventure game trails Kate Walker on her voyage to Syberia
  • Lush graphics and settings designed by comics pioneer Benoît Sokal
  • Optimized graphics engine with dynamic lighting effects and more fluid animation
  • 4 new locations and new and continuing characters from Syberia I
  • For 1 player

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  • ASIN: B0000CDYOH
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: March 29, 2004
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (83 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17,379 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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Journey deep into a world of ice and snow as you guide Kate Walker in search of the lost island of Syberia. As the peculiar inventor, Hans Voralgerg, would have you believe, Syberia is a place where giant Mammoths still freely roam. Will the reward be worth the price of leaving family and careers behind? Find out in this fabulous adventure sequel that will have you glued to the screen like an enrapturing book!

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Embarking on a desperate search for Hans Voralberg, Kate Walker crosses Europe from West to East. She has left behind all her worldly possessions with the express purpose of joining the heir of the Voralberg family on his journey. Together, through mystical and enchanting lands, they will find their way to the mythical Syberia, land of the forgotten mammoths.

The train leaves Aralbad under a quiet snowfall. Kate, Hans, and Oscar , the loyal, humorous automaton, are heading to Romansbourg, the first of the four worlds to be explored in Syberia II.

The motley crew will clear the last bastions of Russian civilization followed by the Frozen North before arriving at Youkol Village, from where they will try to reach their final destination: Syberia. Along the way, they will have to overcome many obstacles and deal with shady characters to uncover clues vital to the continuation of their quest. Kate's timeless journey through Valadilene, Barrockstadt, Komkolzgrad and Aralbad has sparked an evolution in her character, from an ambitious lawyer to a curious and tenacious adventuress.

Kate's role has undergone a remarkable change. From being the pursuant, she becomes Han's main acolyte, his support in attaining the forgotten realm of the mammoths.

How will she react to this new situation? Can she live up to the choices she made?

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83 of 87 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Kate Walker, Hans Voralberg and Oscar head for Syberia September 7, 2004
It was a story about Benoît Sokal's "Syberia 2" that got me interested in playing the game and so I picked up "Syberia" knowing full well that this was a two-part game. So for me it was pretty much one giant adventure and since the original "Syberia" is available at a reduced price nowadays there is no reason not to go back and start at the beginning. There is a recap of "Syberia" cinematic available at the start of this game, but why anybody would skip the first half of the game and miss out on being introduced to Oscar and the other automatons of Hans Voralberg, the eccentric inventor who longs to see the fabled Syberian mammoths before he dies is beyond me.

At the end of "Syberia" our heroine, Kate Walker, the New York City attorney who was sent to Valdeline to close a deal on the Voralberg Automaton Factory had decided to turn her back on her job and family to join Hans Voralberg on his automaton train heading through a frozen wasteland towards the legendary island of Syberia. The first stop is the town of Romansbourg where Kate will end up acquiring a few more companions for the trip, although not all of them are wanted. Hans' failing health will be a problem throughout this journey, but if Kate does get Hans to Syberia alive then nothing else matters.

Players control Kate Walker through the standard adventure game interface consisting of an inventory screen, a document screen, and Kate's cell phone. Fortunately, since Kate has turned her back on her employer, Marston, and her mother (No more calls from Dan the annoying and cloying now ex-boyfriend!), the cell phone is reduced to a minor part of the game.
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30 of 30 people found the following review helpful
Montréal-based Microïds and artist Benoît Sokal have teamed up once again to bring us the final chapter to Syberia, a mythical island where mammoths still roam. In 2002's Syberia (rated Game of the Year), promising New York lawyer Kate Walker traveled to France to oversee a simple factory buyout. The factory owner, Anna Voralberg, had died, and left a mysterious heir--her brain-damaged brother, Hans, who was somewhere deep in the Russian tundra. Kate journeyed across a Europe recovering from the scars of Communism in order to find the heir and be done with it, but along the way she began to care about Hans and his fantastic mechanical creations. The first Syberia ended with Kate jumping aboard the train in Aralbad, leaving her past and journeying towards an unknown future in Hans' quest to reach Syberia.
Syberia II picks up at that exact point, with Kate and Hans rocketing along in the snowy wilderness towards Syberia. As in the previous game, there are four worlds to discover: the gloomy border town of Romansbourg, the vast Great North Passage, the Youkol Village and the Last Voyage. Kate revisits Valadilene, Hans' birthplace, in a sepia-toned dream sequence (the haunting music here sounds as if it was composed by Danny Elfman, i.e. haunting chimes, bells and soloists).
In addition to Kate, Hans and Oscar (the cowardly automaton train driver), several characters from the first game have cameos here as well. There are multiple new characters to aid Kate on her quest: the spunky orphan Malka, Colonel Emeliov Goupatchev, bartender and surrogate parent Cirkos, a Youkol chief and shaman. There are enemies that threaten to end Kate's quest: the stern Orthodox Patriarch and bumbling villains Igor and Ivan.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Join Kate Walker on a fun ride. May 31, 2004
Yes. Kate Walker is back. And what a ride.
This game has excellent graphics, and good story (although some of the dialog is lame), many different places to go, and a great feel to the game.
Syaberia 2 picks up where Syberia left off (there is a button you can click to refresh your memory about the first Syberia game though if you haven't played it, I would play it first before this one because they are both great). You start off in a small town called Romansburg. You have many different things to do before you can go and it is the same with most every place you go.
Alot of the puzzles are pretty much common sense but there are a 5 or 6 puzzles that are very hard. It can get to be very tedious and frustrating, but it is very satisfying to solve it and move on.
I thought the story was very good and the message that it brings is a good one that most of us should try following. The little cutscenes are well done and the movies are great. There many of these in the game and it is amazing to see them. Especially the last 2. They are pretty incredible. And the sound of the wind blowing and other sounds in the game give it a great feel. When I had my earphones on, I felt like I was actually there. It was great.
If you played the first one, you definitely have to have this one. And if you like puzzle games and didn't play the first one, I reccommend you get the first one also and play both. Either way, this game is great.
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43 of 50 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Quest left me cold July 27, 2004
Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
I used to be heavily into adventure games. This was back in the heyday of the Commodore 64, when Infocom was king. Those people really knew how to tell a story and make puzzling fun. Then the graphics revolution came, and adventures became more about pretty pictures than actual adventuring. I got tired of paying $40-50 for games that looked lovely but bored me. DOOM came along, I got into first-person shooters and I never looked back.

Well, I might have peeked once or twice. That's how this game caught my eye. It was reasonably priced compared to what I was used to seeing, and I remembered reading positive things about it.

I've found that not much has changed.

In this game, you play a lawyer named Kate Walker (an appropriate surname, since she does an ungodly amount of it) who has left her job to assist an elderly toymaker named Hans Voralberg in realizing his dream: that of reaching a legendary island called Syberia, where mammoths still roam. Basically you are his errand girl, making deliveries, doing maintenance, and retrieving items because he's too infirm to do it himself, and his robot companion Oscar is too timid and absolutely refuses to go out into the cold. Will Hans make it? Will you end up wanting to tell both Hans and Oscar to get lost and hightail it back to New York? I won't spoil it for you.

(I hadn't played the first SYBERIA game, but that was okay because this sequel - or continuation, really - comes with a cinematic recap.)

SYBERIA II is easily the most beautiful game I've played to date. The setting, a remote area of Russia, is a veritable winter wonderland, and the attention to detail is superb both in the graphics and sound.
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5.0 out of 5 stars What a great game...
I can't find words for this series. It's just ... beautiful, amazingly written, emotional, poetic, poignant, ... Thumbs up for Benoît Sokal! He did an amazing work!
Published 13 months ago by Nomis
5.0 out of 5 stars Great game
I had no problem installing. Works like a charm on win7 - 64. No complaint is worth every penny. Very atmospheric game.
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2.0 out of 5 stars kinda more of the same
i think my tastes changed since the first one. the game was very similar so i'd expect to like it, but i didn't. Read more
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4.0 out of 5 stars As Beautiful As The Original, And WAY Less Buggy
This game continues the story explored in Syberia, and is a worthy sequel in that it maintains the style and high quality art of the original. Read more
Published 19 months ago by Stephen Mann
5.0 out of 5 stars If you loved Syberia,then Syberia2 won't dissipoint you.
Syberia was an exciting adventure so I knew Syberia 2 wouldn't let me down. It didn't. Story line and graphics were A ONE. What a great adventure. I'll be going back again.
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