Reviews and Problems with Lost In Blue: Shipwrecked
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Hi do you want a nice relaxing island game well this isn't it.
19 March 2014
Summary: This game is constantly trying to screw the player over if it's raining you can't find dry wood. to build a fire and if you can't get one going at night well get ready to get sick which screws you over even more. also the main character needs to eat about every 5 minutes real time it seems? I only rented the game from Gamefly and sent it back in less than a week ( got to the part where you rebuild the bridge ).
Summary: I have not enjoyed this game as much as I had hoped I would. The characters take too much food and water and sleep to be able to explore the island. I want a game where I can explore a bit more.
Summary: I paid a little over half of what the retail price is for this game. Although used the seller could have atleast made it seem as though he/she had not sold it at 87cents. On top of that if the store I usually go to for used games where I live had a copy I would have got it there. 2 stars for fast delivery and poor packaging.
Summary: This game is very difficult to play. The characters are always needing something so it is hard to explore or do "fun" things. I finally found some internet cheats to help me overcome some of the problems I was having and to give me some way to advance in the game.
Summary: You spend most of your time running around looking for food to keep up your energy then actually playing the real part of the game. It gets old real quick. I took the game back for an exchange.
Summary: I was first introduced to the Lost in Blue series back when it was called Survival Kids on the Nintendo GameBoy. At first I didn't realize it was the same series until I did some digging around. I'd seen this in stores for some time, and was certainly interested, but kept recalling my disliking of other games on the Wii. However, because I wanted to support the series I went ahead and bought it off Amazon cause the price was pretty good. There's two things to understand.
Summary: If you've played the games for the DS, you know what to expect. If not, you need to know that there is a lot of repetative survival gameplay. You have to scavenge and fish a lot for food. You have to have water to drink often. You have to sleep enough, and you really need to sleep at your base camp. This means that you can't adventure too far off in a day because you need to get back at night to sleep.