Yayınlanma: 5 Temmuz
Syberia is a point-and-click adventure game in which you play as Kate Walker, attempting to track down the owner of a toy factory in order to facilitate a sale. Through the game you move through a series of locations along a railway line, each of which has a series of puzzles which need to be solved in order to allow your trip to continue.
As noted in many other reviews, Kate moves rather slow, but can run if you double-click. However, when moving up/down stairs, or any other obstacles, she does move at a slow pace. As there is an unfortunate amount of backtracking involved in the course of the game and they frequently have these sorts of stairs, it can lead to a stuttered, somewhat lethargic pace.
The story feels meandering until you reach close to the end of the game, when it starts to pick up. As this game takes place in a fictional history, some items (such as how a railway would supposedly work) don't really make /sense/. If you're the sort of person where these sorts of things bother you, you might want to pass on this game. Ultimately, the question which needs to be asked is whether point-and-click adventure is something which appeals to you - while it can take some time to get truly gripping, the story is worth experiencing, provided you like that sort of gameplay.