Joystiq noticed in their most recent official podcast, ABC's LOST producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cruse confirmed that the upcoming game adaptation will be arriving on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC.
Wasnt this confirmed like a year ago
It wasn't really confirmed i don't think and it wasn't announced what platforms it was coming too.
XBox world 360 (I think) has been harping on about the lost video game fo ages...so yeah, this is nothing new.
It sounds like I wont be buying this game :)
Its been listed on IGN 360 and PS3 sections for a year!.
While stranded on a mysterious island, the player must run around and collect as many clues as possible...clues that pertain to an unending amount of obscure riddles which make absolutely no logical sense whatsoever, and cannot possibly possess any definitive answer at all.
While on their adventerous journey, the player is required to interact with new irrelevant game characters who materialize out of thin air.
A player wins the game when they are able to retain consiousness through the entire slew of vague, irrelevant flashbacks that have absolutely nothing to do with the rest of the game.
Seriously, the show's title, "Lost" has had significant meaning to me throughout its three-season existence:
Season 1: "LOST": An intriguing, original show with a fantastic combination of suspense, adventure, and puzzle-solving mystery.
Season 2: "LOST": How I exceedingly felt as I continued to watch the series, in dire, futile hope that my long-standing commitment to, and faith in the show would eventually pay off via at least one rewarding long-awaited-for answer to the head-scratching plot.
Season 3: "LOST": My ultimate commitment as a viewer and fan to the show as a result of all the pointless futility, run-around, and overwhelming insult to intelligence.
(At least my Wednesday evenings are now free for video games...but it sure won't be this one!)
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