Summary: An evaluation of Lost: the video game is somewhat complex. On one side we have a relatively short game riddled with tedious and repetitive puzzles and somewhat frustrating game play in sections. On the positive side, you are experiencing Lost first hand. The latter wins in my opinion.
Summary: Thats it to be fair. 7 Episodes thats it? Like the real thing I was left with more questions than answers. But a game that can be completed in 6 hours can only be described as disappointing. Stilla good game, scared to hell out of me at times.
Summary: Whilst not the most fantastic game you'll ever play, LOST fans will love exploring the island, going into the hatches, interacting with the (poorly voiced) characters. If you like LOST, you'll like this. If you don't like LOST, don't waste your time.
YOU MAY NOT YEARN TO GO BACK - BUT YOU HAVE TO VISIT THE ISLAND AT LEAST ONCE...
20 April 2008
Summary: Flight 815, from Sydney on route to LA, a thousand miles off course, broke in half in mid-flight and has just crashed. You are Elliot, one of the lucky(?) survivors (a new character, not one of the series regulars), a photojournalist who finds himself stranded onto a mysterious pacific island - and...
Summary: Extremely short, repetative and easy to complete, other than a couple of easy puzzles it basically tells you what to do. An exercise in theft using the name of an excellent tv series. Stay well clear
Summary: I have to say how surprised I am that none of the above reveiwers have experienced any problems with some of the most frequently voiced issues on Ubisofts own Lost Forum. Because I certainly have.