Kotaku writes: Lost: The Video Game for the 360 arrived today. Being a fan of the show, I got excited. Not heaps excited, but moderately excited. The sort of excited a platypus would feel if it had any concept of just how uniquely freakish it is.
this game is using ghost recons advanced warfighters engine
I cant read it, im at work. Did kotaku like it?
i think so
i like games like these
i liked the show so the game must be good aswell
LOL I hope youre right man but thats the most flawed logic Ive ever heard.
5/10 from Kotaku...this takes it from a "likely" rental to a "probably not." Although, I'll wait for other reviewers to chime in before making a final decision.
Umm...yeah like I thought. Remember this from a couple days ago? The wonderwallweb.com review of 9/10. Yeah...like I thought. BS. http://n4g.com/NewsCom-1150... Love those lame ass website reviews.
lost is a sick show!
I'm buying it no matter what. I just want to roam the island. I love that island.
A rushed to market video game based on a TV show might not be AAA material? Weird.
Another game suffering from the Atari 2600 ET Movie/TV tie in 1000 year curse. For those who haven't heard about it... Many years ago a game was created that was so bad (ET The extra-terrestrial) that it created a suck singularity. From that day on, all games based upon movies and television IP's are irresistibly drawn in and tainted. Only one game ever has escaped, (The Chronicles of Riddick: Escape from Butcher Bay) and that was only because the movie it was based sucked so bad it managed to counter-balance ET's suck. This balancing of forces has lead to ET's law: The better the movie/TV show the crappier the game. To those who would point out the several decent Star Wars games, I only have one thing to say: Jar-jar Binks.
I want the real voices !!!!
best show on the crapbox, but no way a game based on it won't suck. it's a rule.
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