Keftsmaell says: One of the best adventure series ever, and a pretty consistent one at that. The first one is a milestone in the genre. Don't play RealMyst, play the original (well, masterpiece edition) instead. I find it to be better.
Keftsmaell says: A great sequel which improves on story and environments. I like this game a bit more than the first, which in itself means this game is worth every penny.
Keftsmaell says: More Myst-ish goodness! A bit different, and not part of the main series, but Myst none the less, kind of.
Keftsmaell says: One of my favorite adventure games of all time. I highly recommend Syberia II also, as I consider them to be one complete experience. The story in this gem might come across a bit strange and without closure without playing the sequel.
Keftsmaell says: Pretty much a mandatory play if you enjoyed Syberia. You pretty much have to play the first game before playing this, otherwise the story might be a bit hard to comprehend. It is a direct sequel after all. And why wouldn't you anyway?
Keftsmaell says: Probably the best adventure game of all time. At least in my opinion. The environments, story, characters and voice work, and the great puzzles (well, relatively) make this an incredibly coherent and amazing experience from start to finish.
Keftsmaell says: An awesome game, in an awesome anniversary edition. A staple in the genre, and a must-play.
Keftsmaell says: Sure, it might be more enjoyable just based on the fact that it's free, but it really is a good game in it's own. And always was.
Keftsmaell says: Great game, great series. I would recommend playing the original version, as some of the changes in the Director's Cut didn't sit well with me. But hell, this package include both - why not play both then? Profit.
Keftsmaell says: More Broken Sword. And if you feel hungry for some, you are in luck, because this game delivers. The same original > remake rule applies here as well.
Keftsmaell says: Crazy stuff. Very eerie and disturbing, but equally great because of it.
Keftsmaell says: I never was a huge fan of FVMs in games, especially from this era. Therefore, I'm not a huge fan of the second game in the series, but this game is great! And it makes the second one worth playing. And the third.
Keftsmaell says: Classic adventures, and GOG has amazing packages of these gems. Should you only buy one of the packs in this awesome series, buy this one. Although, you really should buy the whole series, right?
Keftsmaell says: More classic adventure, and GOG has those packages ready once again. As with King's Quest; you really owe it to yourself to buy the whole series. On the other hand, if you are cheap, this is probably the better trio of games.
Keftsmaell says: One of the first horror experiences in this format, and probably one of the best from the era. Worth playing based on that legacy alone.
Keftsmaell says: A sleeper hit for me when I bought it back when it came out. I'd never heard of Post Mortem (which this game is a successor to) before that, and Still Life entertained the hell out of me. Mystery-solving split between time periods. Sounds good? Yes.
Keftsmaell says: A great adventure game. Charming visuals and a funny story makes up for some misses in the gameplay department.
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