In today's age of big-budget, flashy games with huge art teams and fancy physics engines, Dark Fall: Lost Souls feels like a throwback to an earlier era of gaming. Even by adventure game standards, Lost Souls feels simplistic. The environments are mostly flat backgrounds. You can only turn at 90-degree angles. There's minimal voice work and even less animation. Strictly from a gameplay perspective, you've probably experienced more complex games in the extras of a DVD. So I hated, right? Well, no. Dark Fall: Lost Souls is actually a pretty solid adventure game, thanks to a solid story told in an effective, minimalist style.