Syberia 2 - Kate Walker's Adventure Continues
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Syberia 2 - Kate Walker's Adventure Continues 

Return to a forgotten land and finish the journey in Syberia 2 - Kate Walker's Adventure Continues, the captivating conclusion to an unbelievable adventure.

Kate Walker completed her job and search for Hans Voralberg, the genius behind the wonderful automatons. His inspiration however, gave Kate the power to leave her life behind and she now finds herself on a train with Hans searching for the fabled mysterious island of Syberia. Their hope is to uncover the land where Mammoths still roam, but their journey fraught with perils.

Follow Kate and Hans on this courageous, or perhaps crazy, adventure to the heart of a long-forgotten world. Meet rich and intriguing new characters as they face obstacles far more dangerous than ever before. Solve wondrous puzzles that tantalize the imagination, explore breathtaking locations, and discover what marvelous secrets the mythical land of Syberia hides.

Critics give Syberia 2 - Kate Walker's Adventure Continues 4 ½ stars calling it "one of the most enjoyable and rewarding point-and-click adventures". Experience it for yourself when you try the free trial version or download the full-unlimited version of Syberia 2 - Kate Walker's Adventure Continues today!

  • Finish the incredible journey in this amazing point-and-click Adventure.
  • Join Kate and Hans as they travel to the mythical land of Syberia.
  • Meet rich and intriguing new characters across breathtaking locations.
  • Solve wondrous puzzles that tantalize the imagination.
  • Please note that this game is a very large file. Expect longer download time.
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Reviews of Syberia 2 - Kate Walker's Adventure Continues
 | Added on: September 2, 2011
 
I loved Syberia 1 and feel the same for Syberia 2. I am not used to playing this type of game and I know I would not make it through without the Gameboomers walkthrough. The beauty of the graphics, the wonderful story, and the connection to the characters far outweighs the inconvenience of having to consult a walkthrough fairly often. In the first Syberia we were introduced to the amazing automatons and in this one there are many interesting new characters and creatures including a half seal, half dog called a Youki. There are bad guys to deal with and old friends to reconnect with like the cosmonaut Boris. This is a wonderful series and though it takes me a long time to finish the game, it is so worth it. I know I will play Syberia 1 and 2 again and again. It's like reading a favourite book again to revisit beautiful exotic places and old friends.
 | Added on: August 31, 2011
 
I hated Syberia 1 - I despise Syberia 2. I wasn't able to figure out Syberia 1 and Syberia 2 isn't any better.. Each to their own and the U.S. Constitution gave everyone a right to voice their own opinion so I'm going to voice mine. In my opinion this game belongs buried deep in the bottom of a large livestock manure pit. The graphics are very well done, however.
 | Added on: August 30, 2011
 
This game is also in GameBoomers' Hall of Fame list. (BTW GameBoomers does not sell games. They provide reviews, previews, and walkthroughs for LFAs, Large File Adventures). The graphics and scenery are stunning, the music is wistful and haunting, the gameplay is long and the story will immerse you in another world. This is a continuation of the story of Syberia , so I highly recommend you play the first game before this one. It still has the characters Kate Walker, Oscar the finicky automaton, Hans Voralberg, and a cute little seal/dog creature named Youki, as they continue to search for the elusive mammoths. This is a very special LFA and I've played a lot of them but never come across any as excellent as the Syberia series. Take your time and enjoy this--it's a jewel.
 | Added on: October 20, 2011
 
I'M STILL WORKING ON IT. IT IS JUST AS TOUGH AS THE FIRST ONE. RUN ALL OVER, TALK TO EVERYBODY SEVERAL TIMES, TRY EVERYTHING OVE AND OVER AGAIN. I SPENT 6 MONTHS ON THE FIRST AND PROBABLY WILL SPEND JUST AS MUCH ON THIS ONE.
 | Added on: September 2, 2011
 
I was excited to download this game. I had not played the first Siberia game for what that's worth. The graphics were good and the soundtrack good. The game play was non-existent IMO. I trashed it after talking to the robot and winding up the train. Boring with a capital B. Bye-bye Siberia!
 | Added on: September 13, 2011
 
I loved this game and the storyline but wish they would have completed the ending better if there was not going to be a third one that all could play. I only play PC plattform and don't have PS3 to link up too. Too much cussing in this one and I know it's for teens but we can get the emotion with out the vulger language.
 | Added on: January 20, 2014
 
I can't add much more to the already existing reviews, but a review hasn't been written on this one in a long time. It's still very much worth playing. If you are a fan of the original Myst games, this one will make you feel at home. It's so stinking tough, though! I hate cheating on games, and I had to on this one many times. Sometimes it was because I missed some teeny tiny hot spot to click on and sometimes it was because the puzzles were so random that no logical solution was possible. I really hate that. But the graphics and story are so good on Syberia I and II that you should at least give it a go. Find a good walk thru to cover you on tricky parts. I would love to find a good on-line updated version of Myst or Riven!!
 | Added on: October 21, 2011
 
Having played the first Syberia, I had to play this one to follow the story. I loved the story and the graphics were great. This one is just as time consuming, and it kept my interest. I have to give it a 5 star...so much work went into this one. I seemed to lack in figuring out all the necessities in completing certain goals (puzzles). Thank you, those who give the game hints, and the places to go to for the walk throughs! I played it with FunPass. I would recommend playing it to anyone who likes a game that really makes you think. I think a strategy guide would be of great help. I don't like the answers spelled out, but it would be helpful to guide the player to clues that may have been easily overlooked. Some clues were very sneaky, but there! I may play this one again. As with the first one, I would like to try it to see if I can remember things without going to hint places. I recommend this game to those who want real brain exercise. The story was very good, the graphics beautiful, and the music was good too. I liked the way the dialogue was handled in this one, after playing the first. This one was more helpful in knowing when to stop talking to someone. And it was also helpful in telling you to get on with it! I am sure I will give it another go! Just know it does take time, so enjoy the game!
 | Added on: November 9, 2011
 
I saw this game come up and it looked interesting. Since I hadn't played the first one yet I downloaded both and played them back-to-back. LOVED THEM! The first one was really good but the second one kicked butt! The graphics are fantastic, interesting characters and storyline, and really good length of play. I love that in this series you aren't stuck completely trying to figure out what to do next as the character talks to herself if you click on things and helps guide you in the correct direction. The 2nd game just had one amazing location after another to play through and I honestly enjoyed this more than any other action game of this type I've ever played. Now I am hard-pressed to find another game that compares and sincerely hope that Gamehouse finds something soon as I have a strong desire to play another game like this.
 | Added on: September 2, 2011
 
The graphics and the soundtrack are just amazing with the entire series , once you've played part 1 you are more knowledgable on how the game goes , i had a few glitches with part 1 but this seems to be going smoothly.Although there are a few spots in the game that don't quite lead you in a direction i.e. (glowing arrow) you just have to click and go ( usually the glowing arrow indicates which direction to travel) i'm more intriguiged about part 3 if there is a part 3, i thought this series is just amazing i feel as though i am travelling and seeing the sights and the music is cativating , i've lost track of time playing these games , sometimes the conversations can be lenghthy it gives alot of hints so listen to all of it . i hope you enjoy playing this game as i have .
 | Added on: September 13, 2011
 
Syberia 2, along with Syberia, are not for everyone. They take a lot of time to finish. I think the graphics and story are great. I really like puzzles that make me think. But these two games, which should be played as 1 then 2, stumped me quite a few times, and I had to resort to walkthroughs. In some cases, I'd be really close to figuring out what needed to be done, but it got so tedious going back and forth through all the scenes that I'd just look up what to do. I guess if I was more observant, maybe I wouldn't miss items. But despite the frustrations, I'm so glad I played both of them, and whenever there is a Syberia 3 available through Gamehouse, I will be sure to buy it.
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