Summary: I've been a fan of the Syberia games for quite awhile now, and after recently getting a Nintendo DSi XL thought that this should be one of the first "casual" games that I should try on it. Sadly the adaptation for the Nintendo platform is not up to quality of the PC or Xbox version.
Summary: The actual game is fun once you get the hang of it. The music is breathtaking (and at times overwhelming), the graphics are beautiful, the voice acting is hit or miss at times, the puzzles actually makes sense (instead of just find this, win a prize, move on) and the story feels more like a fantasy...
Summary: I had actually only played Syberia 2 before starting this DS port of the original game. Since the original Syberia isn't backwards compatible on the Xbox 360, I was forced to pick up where the first one left off and attempt to catch myself up with the previous events.
Summary: This DS port of Syberia is just plain awful. The DS version is actually from an earlier port of the cell phone version. The thing that is wrong with this version is that this game is too watered down, and yes im aware that this a DS game and I shouldn't expect a full fledged PC adventure experience...
Summary: This was the most fustrating game I have ever played. There is no dialog to speak of so you do not know what is going on and what the objects you pick up are to be used. Walkthroughs on line relate only to the PC version. Many of the objects in that version are not in the DS version.
Summary: I would recommend the PC version over the DS version. She moves very slow from one screen to the next, and a lot of the humorous dialog and one-liners (and a lot of the wonderful voice acting) is gone. The beautiful environments look horribly pixellated.
Summary: I find this game interesting. Kind of hard,and Kate, walks so slow!!!!!! Still it is keeping me busy figuring out, though it took me a week to get to the 2nd level! Now I know to check everything before I leave an area. I love these kinds of games!
Summary: This game is very difficult to figure out, and leaves you very frustrated! Upon first playing the game, it took me thirty minutes before I gave up and found a walk through online. I viewed a couple of different walk throughs, and one of the main steps in the beginning was not available for my game.