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Syberia 3

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Based on 54 critic reviews
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Available on:PlayStation 4Dec 1, 2016
Xbox OneDec 1, 2016
PCDec 1, 2016

Developer: Microids

Genre: Adventure

The limitless imagination of Benoît Sokal continues in Syberia 3, focusing on an entirely new adventure. After abandoning the island, Kate is found dying on the edge of a river by the Youkole tribe, a nomadic people migrating with their snow ostriches. Stuck in Valsembor village, together they must find a way to continue their journey in a race against their enemies and unexpected obstacles, not to mention Kate's past, which catches up with her.

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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PC Gamer

30 / 100
PC Gamer

Some solid puzzles can't rescue what is an otherwise terrible adventure game.

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Game Informer

5 / 10.0
Game Informer

Aside from a few highlights, Syberia 3 is frustrating with a simplistic story that never captured my attention

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4 / 10

For a game that relies on character interaction and puzzles to tell its story, Syberia 3 falls well short of being enjoyable and fails to deliver a captivating or impactful experience.

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5 / 10
Stefan L

Flawed and often out of touch, Syberia 3 only serves a dedicated clutch of fans that have spent the past decade looking for closure to a beloved series. To anyone else, it will come across as a bizarre and mostly impenetrable relic that feels out of place among 2017's slate of releases.

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