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Syberia 3 Achievement List Revealed

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TrueAchievement
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Last post: Yesterday at 16:02
Posted on 20 April 17 at 00:04
40 achievements for 1,000 Gamerscore

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Born Knight 74
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Last post: 20 Apr at 01:24
Posted on 20 April 17 at 01:24, Edited on 20 April 17 at 01:24 by Born Knight 74
It would be very nice if with the game (even if as a paid DLC) came the other 2 previous games of the series.
Achilles8249
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Achilles8249
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Last post: Yesterday at 16:05
Posted on 20 April 17 at 02:56
Why not just buy them?
bLaKgRaVy
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bLaKgRaVy
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Last post: 23 Apr at 17:09
Posted on 20 April 17 at 05:37
Born Knight 74 said:
It would be very nice if with the game (even if as a paid DLC) came the other 2 previous games of the series.
Yeah, and it would be nice if the next Battlefield or Call of Duty came with all the previous games too... roll
NoHeroes94
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NoHeroes94
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Last post: Yesterday at 17:40
Posted on 20 April 17 at 06:06
bLaKgRaVy said:
Born Knight 74 said:
It would be very nice if with the game (even if as a paid DLC) came the other 2 previous games of the series.
Yeah, and it would be nice if the next Battlefield or Call of Duty came with all the previous games too... roll
Not the same. I agree with Born Knight 74.

Syberia series only has 2 entires before this, they released in 2002-04 and likely people won't have played them unless they are in their late 20's or 30's. Battlefield and COD have tons of entries and are commercially famous, as well as easily purchasable and all have campaigns not related to each other; they are self contained. If I'm not mistaken Syberia has an overarching narrative. Think that a release of the the other 2 would be a great idea, doubt it will happen due to the size of the studio.
Wizowes
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Wizowes
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Last post: 20 Apr at 06:14
Posted on 20 April 17 at 06:14
NoHeroes94 said:
bLaKgRaVy said:
Born Knight 74 said:
It would be very nice if with the game (even if as a paid DLC) came the other 2 previous games of the series.
Yeah, and it would be nice if the next Battlefield or Call of Duty came with all the previous games too... roll
Not the same. I agree with Born Knight 74.

Syberia series only has 2 entires before this, they released in 2002-04 and likely people won't have played them unless they are in their late 20's or 30's. Battlefield and COD have tons of entries and are commercially famous, as well as easily purchasable and all have campaigns not related to each other; they are self contained. If I'm not mistaken Syberia has an overarching narrative. Think that a release of the the other 2 would be a great idea, doubt it will happen due to the size of the studio.
I have recently finished the PS3 versions of 1 + 2. To prepare for the release of 3! It was unfortunate the 360 didn't see a physical release of the first 2. It's the only reason I played them on PS3.
I was hoping for updated Xbone/PS4 versions before the release of 3 though...
NoHeroes94
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Last post: Yesterday at 17:40
Posted on 20 April 17 at 07:23, Edited on 20 April 17 at 09:12 by NoHeroes94
Wizowes said:
NoHeroes94 said:
bLaKgRaVy said:
Born Knight 74 said:
It would be very nice if with the game (even if as a paid DLC) came the other 2 previous games of the series.
Yeah, and it would be nice if the next Battlefield or Call of Duty came with all the previous games too... roll
Not the same. I agree with Born Knight 74.

Syberia series only has 2 entires before this, they released in 2002-04 and likely people won't have played them unless they are in their late 20's or 30's. Battlefield and COD have tons of entries and are commercially famous, as well as easily purchasable and all have campaigns not related to each other; they are self contained. If I'm not mistaken Syberia has an overarching narrative. Think that a release of the the other 2 would be a great idea, doubt it will happen due to the size of the studio.
I have recently finished the PS3 versions of 1 + 2. To prepare for the release of 3! It was unfortunate the 360 didn't see a physical release of the first 2. It's the only reason I played them on PS3.
I was hoping for updated Xbone/PS4 versions before the release of 3 though...
Yeh i know. Wouldn't neccesarily have to be physical, maybe like what Halo Wars 2 did with the DE edition upon preorder or something as a Backwards Compatible if it isn't already?
VirusTk GaMBit
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Last post: 20 Apr at 21:47
Posted on 20 April 17 at 07:45
Isn't the first game backwards compatible? I am pretty sure I am having it in my "ready to install" section. I don't know if the same goes for the second game, though.
NoHeroes94
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NoHeroes94
Achievement Completion Percentage: 73.12% (Includes owned DLC) - 62 more achievements required to reach 74%31 solutions210 posts
Last post: Yesterday at 17:40
Posted on 20 April 17 at 09:12, Edited on 20 April 17 at 12:50 by NoHeroes94
VirusTk GaMBit said:
Isn't the first game backwards compatible? I am pretty sure I am having it in my "ready to install" section. I don't know if the same goes for the second game, though.
quite possibly is, just think a remaster or making it BC if it isnt BC would be cool for rookies like me
Allgorhythm
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Allgorhythm
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Last post: Today at 03:49
Posted on 20 April 17 at 14:48
Great! It looks like there is no pesky Old School achievement like the first two games in the series.
bLaKgRaVy
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Last post: 23 Apr at 17:09
Posted on 20 April 17 at 16:34, Edited on 20 April 17 at 16:36 by bLaKgRaVy
NoHeroes94 said:
bLaKgRaVy said:
Born Knight 74 said:
It would be very nice if with the game (even if as a paid DLC) came the other 2 previous games of the series.
Yeah, and it would be nice if the next Battlefield or Call of Duty came with all the previous games too... roll
Not the same. I agree with Born Knight 74.

Syberia series only has 2 entires before this, they released in 2002-04 and likely people won't have played them unless they are in their late 20's or 30's. Battlefield and COD have tons of entries and are commercially famous, as well as easily purchasable and all have campaigns not related to each other; they are self contained. If I'm not mistaken Syberia has an overarching narrative. Think that a release of the the other 2 would be a great idea, doubt it will happen due to the size of the studio.
I just used those two games as examples since there were previous games in the series. But for sake of argument, there is a continuance in the narrative... Modern Warfare... Black Ops...

If you see Syberia 3 and if you're curious enough, you're going to seek out information on the first two. Why would it matter what age you are or when the two previous games were released? Just because Doom 3 BFG included Doom 1 and 2 or Quantum Break included Alan Wake (just examples; don't bite my head off), Microids is under no obligation to include the two previous games and they shouldn't be expected to. Why would they? And with a smaller publisher like Microids (and by smaller, I'm comparing them to Ubisoft, Bethesda, EA and Activision), why would they intentionally lose money if the two previous games are still available? Should all publishers include previous games with newer games just because the newer game continues the story? The answer is no.

For Artifex Mundi games, if you by Nightmares from the Deep 2, should you automatically get Nightmares from the Deep 1 at no additional charge since it's a continuation of the story? It doesn't matter when the previous games were released or if they are digital or retail. If that was the case, why would anyone buy a game that was first in the series when they could get it for free for buying the second (or third)? Think about it. Developers and publishers are in the business to make money, not give away something.

And why should they offer the two previous games as paid DLC like Born Knight 74 suggests? Here's a price for ya, $9.99 each.

Suck it up and spend some money ya cheap bastiches. Support small developers and publishers.
The Noto
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The Noto
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Last post: Yesterday at 16:09
Posted on 20 April 17 at 20:14
bLaKgRaVy said:
Suck it up and spend some money ya cheap bastiches. Support small developers and publishers.
laughlaughlaugh

So true.

Syberia 1 & 2 are available on Xbox 360. I already own them and I don't need them as DLC. (In fact, I bought them both physically for the OG Xbox)

I wouldn't mind part 2 becoming back-compat though.
Ostrowidzki1989
83,474 TrueAchievement Points644 posts
Last post: Today at 04:08
Posted on 21 April 17 at 13:34
bLaKgRaVy said:
NoHeroes94 said:
bLaKgRaVy said:
Born Knight 74 said:
It would be very nice if with the game (even if as a paid DLC) came the other 2 previous games of the series.
Yeah, and it would be nice if the next Battlefield or Call of Duty came with all the previous games too... roll
Not the same. I agree with Born Knight 74.

Syberia series only has 2 entires before this, they released in 2002-04 and likely people won't have played them unless they are in their late 20's or 30's. Battlefield and COD have tons of entries and are commercially famous, as well as easily purchasable and all have campaigns not related to each other; they are self contained. If I'm not mistaken Syberia has an overarching narrative. Think that a release of the the other 2 would be a great idea, doubt it will happen due to the size of the studio.
I just used those two games as examples since there were previous games in the series. But for sake of argument, there is a continuance in the narrative... Modern Warfare... Black Ops...

If you see Syberia 3 and if you're curious enough, you're going to seek out information on the first two. Why would it matter what age you are or when the two previous games were released? Just because Doom 3 BFG included Doom 1 and 2 or Quantum Break included Alan Wake (just examples; don't bite my head off), Microids is under no obligation to include the two previous games and they shouldn't be expected to. Why would they? And with a smaller publisher like Microids (and by smaller, I'm comparing them to Ubisoft, Bethesda, EA and Activision), why would they intentionally lose money if the two previous games are still available? Should all publishers include previous games with newer games just because the newer game continues the story? The answer is no.

For Artifex Mundi games, if you by Nightmares from the Deep 2, should you automatically get Nightmares from the Deep 1 at no additional charge since it's a continuation of the story? It doesn't matter when the previous games were released or if they are digital or retail. If that was the case, why would anyone buy a game that was first in the series when they could get it for free for buying the second (or third)? Think about it. Developers and publishers are in the business to make money, not give away something.

And why should they offer the two previous games as paid DLC like Born Knight 74 suggests? Here's a price for ya, $9.99 each.

Suck it up and spend some money ya cheap bastiches. Support small developers and publishers.
Stop being a fool and don't pretend you understand marketing, becyou don't. When you throw early adopters a bonus, they're more inclined to buy it on release/preorder. No bonus and the same version that's full price will be identical to the version I can get 75% off on black Friday? That's how it's going to be for myself since there's nothing that enticing.
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