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FANTASTIC !!!

     
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I read inm8#2’s post twice and still can’t believe my eyes! ;-) Truly great news.

     
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I was right!

     

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“aiming for a release in 2014 or 2015”
That means 2015 for sure. Maybe even 2016.

*looks at list of games to play*
*searches for both Syberia games on that list*
*looks at calendar*

Doable. Grin

     

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Hmmm ...They did not go for a Kickstarter! Smile

i wonder (if) what is the Goal they would have they asked for!

     

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it was

until I read

“aiming for a release in 2014 or 2015”

and it went to

     

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Earlier heard that Sokal insist on Anvil(assassin’s creed’s engine) for developing a
promising Syberia 3 experience for multiplatforms.Now game is scheduled for 2015 means looks like he’s finally got green light for the ambitious ag project on is head.
3 years may be long for many ags but a whole new beginning for Sokal’s ingenious and worth waiting.

     

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That is some great news. I liked the previous 2 Syberia games, however I must admit that I don’t really see that extreme awesomeness in the Syberia games compared to other ‘new’ Adventure Games series.  I will probably get a lot of [email protected] from members of this forum for thinking that way, haha. Smile

     

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Monolith - 26 November 2012 02:29 PM

I was right!

Me too. Smile
I’m cautiously optimistic. I’d like to see which studio will handle the development, hows gameplay mechanics etc.

     
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Niclas - 26 November 2012 04:52 PM

That is some great news. I liked the previous 2 Syberia games, however I must admit that I don’t really see that extreme awesomeness in the Syberia games compared to other ‘new’ Adventure Games series.  I will probably get a lot of [email protected] from members of this forum for thinking that way, haha. Smile

i think most things get valued by time, i can tell that those 2 Syberia(s) got their share of criticizing at their time ... mostly i can remember quite well how Syberia 2 was such a disappointment for many players at the time, and see? know we are all jumping for a 3rd Vol .

all those cons are being forgotten by time and the real good art remains ,look at today’s fresh Review for Deponia 2 and how it was agreed that it lacks much-needed animation i dont say its not correct but i mean is not wroth mentioning when we are talking about one of the best games in the year (for example if you asked me about my opinion in a game and i mentioned 5 pros i dont have to mention another 5 Cons) then i guess no one would mention such con for a WadjetEye’s Game , but this is how it goes even the the Classic adventures of the golden age could not pass without that sort of criticism .

P.S:Edna & Harvey the beark-out passed like any average game or even above average (doesnt matter) what matters that this game a REAL Gem by all means and i assure you in several years, maybe the next one we will be looking at it game with awe .

     

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Advie - 26 November 2012 07:35 PM

Edna & Harvey the beark-out passed like any average game or even above average (doesnt matter) what matters that this game a REAL Gem by all means and i assure you in several years, maybe the next one we will be looking at it game with awe .

Absolutely! Not everything needs to be an instant hit - rock was considered evil at the beginning. Grin

     

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diego - 26 November 2012 08:03 PM
Advie - 26 November 2012 07:35 PM

Edna & Harvey the beark-out passed like any average game or even above average (doesnt matter) what matters that this game a REAL Gem by all means and i assure you in several years, maybe the next one we will be looking at it game with awe .

Absolutely! Not everything needs to be an instant hit - rock was considered evil at the beginning. Grin

You mean…Rock’s not the devil’s music?  Confused

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http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2012-11-27-syberia-3-officially-announced

Eurogamer now has an article on Syberia III (or is it Syberia 3?).

     
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Great news—I just wish I had more faith in the developer/publisher. Remember Still Life 2? I realise that was an external studio, but it still shows a lack of commitment from the publisher.

I hope Anuman are building a solid team and are staying away from the type of corner-cutting that ruins most European adventures: poor animation, sloppy localisation etc.

The main thing they need to get right is the wonderful, isolated atmosphere of the previous games.

     
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