A lot has changed over the past few weeks due to the global Coronavirus pandemic – I’m sure you didn’t need me to tell you that. Whilst the news is plastered everywhere, it’s difficult to avoid the stress from it all, whether it be the virus itself, the panic buyers, or having to come in close proximity with those people who still fail to understand the act of basic hygiene. With a lockdown taking place in many countries – the UK now included – many people are now in self isolation, some of which are working from home. As someone who is used to working from the comfort of my own home, I know it can sometimes be difficult to concentrate with so many distractions around you – especially if you’re going to be committing to this abnormal routine regularly.
Following the new trending Twitter posts of 10 Games To Get To Know Me, I’ve noticed many people’s answers usually contain games that are similar genres or styles. After thinking long and hard about my answers, I realised that my gaming tastes are so widespread that my list could’ve been mistaken for being drawn straight out of a hat.
This list is going to be a little different to others I’ve come across as I’ve picked my favourite game from a different genre for each answer. Also, with this being a Skylar-Mei list, of course it’s going to feature 11 games! Since I appear to have missed the last [11:11] post, I’ll feature this as this final one in the series – sorry it’s late!
There are plenty of games that aren’t very well known despite how good they actually are. I wouldn’t say the game series I am choosing is completely “hidden”, but it’s definitely not as well known as it should be.
Syberia 3 was developed and published by Microids. It was released in April 2017 as a follow up to Syberia (released in 2002) and Syberia 2 (released in 2004). Originally, this game did not have the point and click element, but this option was later added to the game in June. Follow the links to see my reviews on the other Syberia games.
Syberia II is the 2nd game in the Syberia trilogy. Released in 2004 by Microïds, this point and click adventure game continues Kate Walker’s journey straight from where we left off in the first game.
Syberia was released in 2002, both developed and published by Microïds. This is the first game of a Trilogy: Syberia 2 (2004) and Syberia 3 (2017) also developed and published by Microïds. I bought this game about a month ago in the Steam Summer Sale.