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The original Cyberia was a rail shooter that combined puzzle-solving with Star Wars: Rebel Assault-style action sequences. The sequel is essentially the same, except the 3D rendered graphics have been improved, and the quantity of in-game movies has been increased.

Cyberia 2 takes off where the original ends. After destroying FWA leader Devlin and his orbital headquarters, Zak and the Cyberia weapon crash land back to Earth, where they are picked up by an FWA team led by the maniacal Dr. Corbin. Corbin sticks Zak in cryo-storage and uses the remains of the Cyberia weapon to create a doomsday virus known as nano-toxin. His FWA employers want the nano-toxin to put down a growing rebel movement, but Corbin (who's got something of a messiah-complex) intends to use it to kill millions and "reshape the world as we know it". Three years later Zak is thawed out by a renegade FWA Major, and together the two of them have to find Corbin and stop his sinister plan.


Cyberia 2: Resurrection DOS Many other games let you blow up planes, but where else but here can you blow up bloodcells?
Cyberia 2: Resurrection DOS Main title
Cyberia 2: Resurrection DOS View of the highway
Cyberia 2: Resurrection DOS Doctor Corbin doesn't seem to offer very good job security

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Trying to live up to expectations. DOS MAT (121227)

Critic Reviews

PC Games (Germany) DOS Apr, 1996 76 out of 100 76
GameSpot DOS May 08, 1996 7.6 out of 10 76 DOS 1996 75 out of 100 75
Gameplay (Benelux) DOS Aug, 1996 68 out of 100 68
Power Play DOS Apr, 1996 67 out of 100 67
Privat Computer PC Windows 1996 62 out of 100 62
PC Joker Windows May, 1996 58 out of 100 58
PC Joker DOS May, 1996 58 out of 100 58
PC Player (Germany) DOS Apr, 1996 2 Stars2 Stars2 Stars2 Stars2 Stars 40
Adventure Classic Gaming DOS Nov 23, 1997 1 Stars1 Stars1 Stars1 Stars1 Stars 20


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The original Cyberia was distributed by Interplay, but Cyberia 2 is distributed by Virgin Interactive. Rumor has it Interplay dropped the title due to poor sales of the original. However they seem to have re-established their relation with Xatrix by releasing Kingpin: Life of Crime.
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