Lost: Via Domus
Lost has a cult following, but just because something works well in TV doesn't mean it translates well to a game. Lost: Via Domus is the first game from the series to hit consoles, and while it successfully captures the atmosphere of the series thanks to its episodic nature, excellent environmental visuals and use of the show's soundtrack, it suffers from spotty voice acting, repetitive and bland puzzles, a bad ending and being painfully short. Adventure game fans have come to expect a lot more than this, and fans of the show, while they may enjoy this extra chapter of the story, are not likely to get their money's worth.
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