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Syberia II - Review @ Armchair Empire

(PC: Adventures) | Posted by Dhruin @ Monday - May 31, 2004 - 04:00 -
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The Armchair Empire has posted a review of 'Syberia II'. The score is an excellent 8.5/10 and here's a snip:
Even in it’s earliest development stages, Syberia II looked to outdo its predecessor in graphical quality. The finished product is no less than absolutely amazing – a playable work of art that doesn’t skimp on the details, no matter how small. From reflections in puddles to the way the protagonist, Kate Walker, slips in the snow, Syberia II is a joy to look at. The pre-rendered backgrounds and the high-caliber cutscenes showcase a traditional point-and-click adventure game – a genre that is practically extinct – that falls short of absolute excellence thanks to a weaker story than the original. (And I really hesitate to describe it as "weaker.")
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