UGO writes: "Despite making it to a third sequel, the Lost In Blue series has never been very well-regarded. And there's a good reason for that---the games are slow, repetitive, game-mechanically uninspired and really, really hard.
But I love them. In fact, I think they're one of the more original takes on the RPG genre for any console, including those with far more impressive technical specs. With Lost In Blue 3, Konami has made some changes in the hopes of making the game more accessible to newcomers, so if you have any interest in a game that mixes Harvest Moon's routines with Zelda's puzzles in a non-linear open world, this is a good chance to give the series a try."