Lost: The Video Game (PS3) Reviews
Product Type: Ubisoft PS3 games
Description:Published by: Ubisoft / Publisher: Ubisoft / Genre: Action / Output Signal Supported: 720p / HDTV Support: HDTV Support ... more
Lost: The Video Game (PS3) ... / Audio Support: Dolby Digital 5.1 / ESRB Descriptor: Violence / ESRB Descriptor: Mild Language / ESRB Descriptor: Alcohol Reference / ESRB Descriptor: Blood / ESRB Descriptor: Tobacco Reference / Max. Number Of Players: 1 / Release Date: February, 2008
Newest Review: ... if you are not a Lost fan then this game is definately not for you. The game only really serves as giving fans something new ... more
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Lost: The Video Game (PS3)
As a passenger of Oceanic flight 815, you survived the crash and ...
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Customer Lost: The Video Game (PS3) Reviews (12)
by - written on 28/03/08 (Useful, 32 readings)
In Lost Via Domus you take the role of Elliot, a journalist with amnesia, throughout the game you find out about your past and learn that there is a reason your on the island. The game has stunning graphics that at some points in the game are truely breathtaking, however, the character models are terrible, the look and sound of some of them are so bad you struggle to think who it is. The game is very linear, meaning that you are very limited to what you can do, which is a shame as with those graphics it would be amazing to explore the island freely. If you have no idea what Lost is because you've been down a well for the past 3 years, then ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/09/09, updated on 02/09/09 (Very useful, 78 readings)
We all know by now that the majority of film-to-game adaptations don't tend to push the medium all that close to its limits, but an increasing trend of late has been for developers to have their turn with TV series adaptations. I knew little of Lost having never succumbed to watching it, which gave me the rare opportunity to dive into the game with a clean slate and no prior baggage. Who knows, maybe the opportunity to play such a game without fretting over continuity and faithfulness to the source material would make for a refreshing change? But no, in the real world (or at least, the real gaming-world) stuff like that doesn't happen all that often and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/09/09 (Very useful, 11 readings)
OVERVIEW: The video game for one of the biggest television programs of the century. GRAPHICS: What can I say? The game is absolutely stunning graphically. To begin with, you are met with the plane crash; perfect realism, the jungle looks amazing with grass and leaves moving with your body. The beach looks beautiful with a realistic camp. Faces, on the whole, look really good. Some look a bit odd and some are just poor when light is reflected on them. Building interiors look perfect and realistic to the show. The attention to detail is on the whole is very good; the beach features numerous tents but is unrealistically unpopulated ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/03/09, updated on 16/06/09 (Very useful, 28 readings)
Lost has finally returned to our screens, and no doubt you're just as confused as I am with where the plot is going. Thankfully you can now fill in some holes, or just make yourself more confused than ever, by playing through Lost: Via Domus. The game casts you as an entirely new character, Elliot, a photojournalist and yet another miraculous survivor of the doomed Flight 815. This allows the developers to make up an entirely new story without messing around too much with the stories of the TV programme's main characters. Elliot also happens to have developed amnesia, which is always a convenient crutch for lazy writers. Yes, you guessed it; the objective of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/02/09 (Very useful, 27 readings)
I was bought this game for my birthday, and it's different to the usual type of game that I would play (think Mario, Zelda etc!), so perhaps I am coming at this from a different angle from other people. As a big fan of Lost, I really enjoyed seeing the island and interacting with the characters, and the game follows the plot of the series, albeit loosely as you would expect with a new character introduced. Graphics: I thought the graphics were very good, the main characters were mostly realistic, especially Hurley and Sayid, although some of the voices were pretty dodgy. Controls: The controls were easy to use, this is from a first time ... Read the complete review
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