Lost Via Domus

Lost Via Domus 1.2

Lost Via Domus is a game based on the J.J. Abrams TV show Lost

Lost Via Domus is a game based on the J.J. Abrams TV show Lost. The game takes some liberties in developing a story, but it works great nonetheless. In the game, you play a new character, who apparently was on the same flight as the survivors, but he can't remember anything prior to the crash. Jack asserts that he has amnesia brought on by the shock of the crash. So, you have to put your life together based on memory flashes that appear throughout the game, triggered by certain artifacts or people on the island. The game is a 3rd person "shooter," but you really don't shoot at all. The game is more about exploring the island, carrying out missions, talking to the survivors, all with the goal of remembering who you are. The game also incorporates several puzzles of different kinds. Those puzzles are quite a lot like Tomb Raider's. Thanks to them the game is much longer and difficult than it would otherwise be. Being a game based on a series, Lost Via Domus is able to make you feel connected to the plot. The game is fun. The graphics are awesome and the controls are OK. The only problem that I could find was that the character is somewhat hard to maneuver. But that happens with most 3rd person games.

José Fernández
Editor rating: rating

Review summary

Pros

  • Great graphics
  • Nice story
  • Mind-blowing puzzles

Cons

  • Awkward player control
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