Lost In Blue 3
It's bad enough for a game to suffer from recycling, but bad recycling is even worse. That's the case with Lost In Blue 3, Konami's latest "stuck-on-a-desert-island" Nintendo DS release. You have to look after several "lucky" survivors who seem incapable of taking care of themselves. This nagging flaw, combined with dreary island exploration and only a handful of acceptable mini-games, results in a loss of interest and fun. Do yourself a favor and go watch Cast Away on DVD instead.
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