N.Y. Lawyer Kate Walker embarks on a journey of self-discovery after she is sent to France to negotiate a deal that winds up sending her on the trail of a brain-damaged genius.
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Credited cast:
Caroline Daparo ...
Hubert Drac ...
(voice: French version)
Kate Walker (voice)
Céline Montsarrat ...
Olivia - Kate Walker's friend / Voralberg's gardener (voice)

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New York lawyer Kate Walker is sent to a small village in France to negotiate the takeover of an old automaton factory. It turns out to be a little more complicated then she ever could have imagined, sending her on a journey across Europe to find the mysterious Hans Voralberg. Written by Greenie123

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1 September 2002 (USA)  »

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In Anna Voralberg's diary entry, which is dated in 1931, she states that she is fifteen years old, which places her birth year as either 1915 or 1916. Her tombstone, however, gives a birth year of 1914. See more »


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Wonderfully Enchanting
20 December 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I was hooked on Syberia when I started playing it about three years ago. I don't know too much about the XBOX version, but I do know playing the PC version is just awesome. Easy controls (Just point and click!), spectacular graphics and just an amazing story. Once you start playing you wish it would continue forever (in a way it does, with the sequel, Syberia II). The fact that the makers of Syberia put some great thought into making this game definitely shows. Such intricate detail with every step of the character is visible. Even the dialog will catch your attention. Despite being over three years old, the game is very playable today in every sense. If you're looking for a K.O. game, this isn't for you. This is a game that takes some thought and imagination, and once played, you'll understand why I call it Wonderfully Enchanting...

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