Excerpt: We first heard that they were making a Lost game probably about 3 years ago now, and since then it has been delayed and pushed back until it was finally released back in late February 2008. Everyone was expecting a good title because of the developers, Ubisoft, who do have a name for making great games. A game which rides completely on the back of a TV series which hit phenomenal success meant that I had strong reservations about this title.
Conclusion: And then your alway being shot at in the jungle and there is this "black smoke of death" I am a smoker in life and I have survied more smoke then that. And hey how about not being able to run with DYNOMITE! Honestly this game sucks. There are better games to get a easy one thousand on. Avatar two minutes and no garbage and crappy story.
Excerpt: Lost: Via Domus, which is based on the hit ABC series Lost, arrives on the PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. I had the opportunity to review the Xbox 360 version of the game and upon receiving my review copy my first thought was what does Via Domus mean? Via Domus is apparently Latin for 'The Way Home' which is briefly explained during the game. Now that we are all enlightened I have to tell you that I was somewhat skeptical of what this game could offer.
Excerpt: Lost the TV show has become a huge cultural phenomenon, that has crossed over into several other media outlets, including books, music and now, the video game realm. While the game provides a great story …
Conclusion: t snuck onto the shelves, which implied that it was hurriedly crimped out of a half-arsed ass, but it really isn’t too bad. It conveys the atmosphere and mystery of the show and gives you plenty to think about.
Excerpt: Much like movie adaptations, TV show crossovers have never been particularly good – Alias, Buffy, South Park, 24, CSI… you name it, the videogame translations have all been poor. So can Lost: Via Domus finally change our preconceptions of licensed videogame pap, or is it going straight to DVD?