Syberia 3 Keygen Full Version

Syberia 3 The next generation in adventure games, Syberia 3 takes you inside an enchanting, mysterious universe full of life for you to explore in 3D. Plunged into the heart of a world inhabited by a cast of interesting characters, you'll discover and experience a fabulous tale as imagined by Benoit Sokal.
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Platform PC Windows
Rating 53 / 100
User rating
Downloads 2208
Genre Modern, Adventure, 3D, Third-Person
Company / Developer
Ubisoft , Microids / Microids
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Syberia 3 reviews ( 7 )

Znedd1, Apr 21, 2017

TL:DR I'm really liking this game. The story is compelling, the puzzles are creative, and it just gives me that same feeling that the previous Syberia games gave me. So, I've probably played a good chunk of this game now. I had my expectations set low, as I didn't really know how this game would turn out. Before playing it, I thought it would be another tacked-on sequel, with no new ideas or personality. I was pleasantly surprised. The game follows Kate Walker, after being ditched by Voralburg. She's on the run after not returning the contract for the Voralburg factory, with accusations of embezzlement. However, she has the Yukals on her side on her journey. About controls: they have changed since the first game. Don't get me wrong: this is still a point-&-click, but movement is controlled using the arrow keys. I guess you could say it's slightly clunky, but it works. I personally think that the graphics are quite nice, however, that could be subjective. Some parts definitely look better than others, and I actually prefer the in-engine cutscenes to the pre-rendered ones. The graphics aren't any different to the trailers, so you can probably make judgement based on that. Puzzles and story is where this game really shines. The story does a great job at continuing the adventure: and adventure there is. I've already experienced some plot-twists I've never saw coming, and I feel that the pacing is quite good. The puzzles are similar to the previous games, if not slightly easier (which is welcome to me, as I found the previous games pretty difficult). The only criticism I would say is at the beginning, the game sets you down a narrow path. If you find an item, sometimes you cannot get it until someone points it out to you. This is pretty frustrating. Overall though, this game feels like a Syberia game, and gets the tone right. A couple of technical issues are there, but they have not made me enjoy this game any less.

bolle54, Apr 23, 2017

This game is great, remember is not hand drawn and not with computer. The lips are similar if they are put in French It is also a beautiful gem between all the violent games of today, you are drawn into a magical world whats rare this day

whybe01, Apr 27, 2017

All right, all right, graphics are a little old school, a few bugs here and there but hey, all this is largely balanced by a great story, a fantastic ennvironment, smart puzzles and a smart woman. At least, thanks to Katte, we can live an adventure without blasting half of the planet!!

akarnokd, May 1, 2017

I've seen many times that when a game goes 3D, it loses quality on other aspects. Syberia 1 & 2 was reasonably looking in their times but were jam-packed with atmosphere, interesting puzzles and story elements. Unfortunately, Syberia 3 was a bit of a letdown to me. The story was a bit mediocre, the characters simplistic and the runaround mundane. The puzzles weren't that challenging once one figures out there was an interaction point missed somewhere down the line - even when hints are enabled - that was somehow overlooked because the main character faced the wrong direction when walking by and didn't prompt. Other times, the interactive points went offscreen and had to reload from autosave. Ah, autosave. There is only one save which you should backup periodically just in case and there is no way to save at any time. Technically possible, but I guess manual save had to go so people don't (easily) save-cheat on the 3-4 puzzles which have achievements attached doing them right the first time. The camera was terrible at times, not changing perspective when needed, other times changing and the direction keys suddenly meant different directions so the character started running back where she came from. But the biggest enemy were the stairs on themselves or combined with the camera angle shift: I spent a minute trying to climb the stairs to go up and down because the direction keys had reverse meaning on the top compared to the bottom of the stairs. The voicework is disappointing. The main character got the classical (English) voice from the previous versions but almost all the others have fresh young voices often sounding ridiculous when attached to a middle or old aged NPC. Other times, they sounded like the VO was recorded over the phone and not in a proper studio. The story was also non-engaging, even though picking up from where v2 left off, the premise of getting from A to B while military C is chasing the group I was unable to identify with. Maybe I missed explanations in game but the stage was kind of arbitrary. Maybe the only memorably thing was the music.

Murillo13, Apr 24, 2017

It's definitely not Syberia, it's a different game, with different plots which refers only to the plots of the sequel and doesnt continue them. If anyone wants to taste Syberia again, I suggest to play again in Siberia 1 and 2

DummZ_84, Jun 24, 2017

- In it's current state it's borderline unplayable without a controller. (maybe it's unplayable with a controller also, who knows) - Bored to death with the story The only positive thing I can bring up is that the soundtrack is composed by Inon Zur, but you can listen to that on youtube, so don't bother with this game, it's not worth your time or money.... Oh and btw, nice going with Denuvo(TM), I'm a 100% sure that the money you spent on delaying the crack for 3 days could not have went anywhere better.

pearlwolder, May 30, 2017

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