Conclusion: Presentation captures the feel of the TV series perfectly, along with excellent graphics and music, this makes the game feel like an interactive mini-series of Lost. It is a straight-forward game, but fans of the show will enjoy the trip around Lost's little universe.
Conclusion: Very short game. Just as confusing as the TV show! Very annoying intro - trying too much to be like the TV show - cut scenes that you can't get rid of and you get sick of having to sit through them all. Quite entertaining but not really a game to really 'get into'
Conclusion: Good Graphics ok game play ok story well thats it the game is not only short but it misses out huge parts of the story line and never really tells you much i would have thought this would have been an really good excuse to give you lots of extra info but its just stuff we already know mediocre at...
Conclusion: Not a bad game if you like lost but just as confusing as the tv series. approx 8-10 hours game play. All you do in the game is walk about the island completing various clues and talking to passengers from flight 815. If you want an action packed game this isnt the one for you.
Excerpt: Games that come about from movies and tv shows generally turn out to be a disappointment to fans and I went into this game expecting much the same. I'll start of by saying that if you are not a Lost fan then this game is definately not for you.
Excerpt: Games that are adapted from either TV shows or films are notorious for being just down right terrible. Lost: The Video Game is no exception, a poorly made, if ambitiously premised game that just can't deliver the same level of intrigue, suspense and intelligence as the TV show can.
Ubisoft probably could've harvested this goldmine much better.
5 September 2009
Excerpt: 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.
Excerpt: 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.