Syberia 3 Trophy Guide. Difficulty: * A point-and-click adventure and the third installment in the Syberia series. Despite the large number of missable trophies, the Platinum can be easily unlocked in one playthrough if following a guide.
Syberia 3 is a point-and-click adventure and the third title in the Syberia series. Players interact with other characters and environments, and solve puzzles, in order to progress through the story.
Following the events of Syberia II, American lawyer Kate Walker is rescued by the nomadic Youkol people after being washed ashore. Kate decides to help them escape from their enemies, while she herself must face up to her past.
Syberia 3 received mixed reviews with an average score of 51 percent, praised for its inventive puzzles, though criticized for its bland storyline, technical bugs, and overall lacking in polish.
If you've played the previous Syberia games, then you'll have a good idea of what's involved for unlocking 100% of the trophies, as well as the Platinum in Syberia 3. The game is much longer than the previous games, which do not have Platinum trophies. A large chunk of the trophies are missable, but if you are following a guide carefully, you shouldn't have any problems.
If following a guide, the Platinum can be earned in under 10 hours.
If you plan on getting the Platinum in one playthrough, then we highly recommend checking out one of the Syberia 3 trophy guide links under our Links tab, and get familiar with the trophies. A high percentage of these are missable. Many of these are specific event-related, while some may require certain actions performed at various stages throughout the game, such as The Scriptwriter's Nightmare which involves performing 10 optional actions during the game that influence the story.
The trophy guide by dijtoko and themindisacity, which you can find under our Links tab, is very helpful as they list all the trophies in order to be unlocked in their roadmap. You'll also want to follow one of the walkthroughs under our Links page if you simply wish to speed-run through towards the Platinum without worrying about the puzzles.
Once you've completed your playthrough, and if you've unlocked all the trophies along the way, you should have the Platinum by the end of the game.
Gamer Walkthrough has a great Walkthrough here:
And a useful Walkthrough by Anna Nowopolska:
And a useful Walkthrough by Tachyawn:
djtoko and themindisacity have a useful Trophy Guide here:
And an Achievement Guide (same as the trophies on PS4) by Ahmad Hassan:
A video demonstration of the Raiders Of The Lost Temple trophy, by Spacy Cristal:
Lastly, here's a basic Trophy List: