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.
Excerpt: 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.
Excerpt: Being a huge lost fan I decided I had to buy this game. So I did. You play as Elliot Maslow a photojournalist and a survivor of Oceanic Flight 815 who suffers from amnesia. Your goal in this game is to find items and solve puzzles to trigger your memory.
Summary: graphics are amazing and gameplay is great, but warning it is very short!! you can complete it in about 5-7 hours!! it certainly adds to the fun of watching the show, but even if you are not a fan of the show i think its still worth playing.
Summary: Ignore the bad reviews, this game will keep you entertained, it's a short game but also really good. Close to the end is where the fun part starts to show up, as Black Smoke will chase you and you (Elliot) have to run and jump/slide through things in the jungle.
Summary: If you have n ever watched the TV series then don't even think about this game. But for LOST fans its a very good game. It short and simple but nice graphics and enjoyable storyline make it essential. (BTW i played it on the xbox 360 but shouldn't be any different.)
Summary: Ok, I must say first and foremost I am a HUGE geek when it comes to Lost so as soon as I got my PS3, Via Domus was high on my hitlist. I was initially suprised to find the price so low, especially with me being not really the hardcore gamer-type, but now I realise for it to warrant the £40 price...