Lost: The Video Game Xbox 360

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by Microsoft
Release Date: 02/13/2008

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If you are an avid fan of Lost, you will find this game very enjoyable since you need to have some familiarity with the show in order to maintain your interest with the game.

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2011-07-20

garen

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5.8

Most people will be well aware on Lost the series, now here comes the computer game. First, the environments in the game are the most attractive parts with accuracy in its rendition. The lighting effects and the environmental audio are exactly right. The exact spot of the crash is somehow authentic and despite the chaos, the scene is not exactly similar in the television series. Furthermore, every area looks splendid with their distinction making you feel that you are spending valuable time in every particular place.

However, there is inadequate gameplay to fill the greater than seven hours of play even if there are a lot of things to do. You will spend some time with the minigames since these are the same minigames to be played when you want to gain access to everything beginning with the island’s old hatches to the plane’s fuselage. There is however, a standout segment in the gameplay and that is the way in which photography is utilized in flashback sequences that are playable.

At the beginning of every journey to memory lane, you will see a broken photograph and from the flash, you are required to use your camera to get an image which will match with the torn-up photo as the series of events are being played out. Once you are able to capture the needed image, you will then be treated to a cutscene together with a segment of the primary character’s backstory. The entire concept will make flashbacks very interesting, deep and pleasurable. Given the fact that the flashbacks are very appropriate with the character’s line of employment makes the functionality of the game very natural and charming.

The interaction with the cast is not as enjoyable as it should be. The dialogue of the characters is not all the time voiced, yet, when it is voiced, comments spoken are frequently inherent and realistic. At times also, remarks made are redundant. Lost: Via Domus has an acting voice that is decent but with few glitches on the lip-synching. In addition, delivery of exchanges is flat. The characters can be distinguished at once but in general, they fail to give justice to their counterparts in actual life. There are also some inconsistencies in the shading of the character’s faces.

If you are an avid fan of Lost, you will find this game very enjoyable since you need to have some familiarity with the show in order to maintain your interest with the game.

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