Adventure. You awake to the blazing sun, the screaming of other passengers, the wreckage of Oceanic flight 815. And no memory of what has happened. Now you must fight for your survival by exploring the island, uncovering its dark secrets, and piecing together the fragments of your own furtive past. If you're lucky, you may just find a way home...
Style and atmosphere inside the game:
Ubisoft created storyline together with the script writers of the well-known serial. The main character is an American photographer, who has lost his memory after the wreckage of Oceanic flight 815. The journalist restores details of his past little by little, and tries to find the way home simultaneously. Thanks God, He has strange compass with the inscription: Via Dominus that may be a starting point to the way to home. The story consists of 7 chapters that transfer you from one significant event to another. The favorite characters . Jack, Charlie, Kate, Michael, Juliet and others come into your view quite often; they usually give you assignment for the next mission. Lost: Via Domus looks really nice; the designers put all their strengths on thousands of small details, creating familiar decorations in 3D. The characters . Jack, Sowyer, Kate and the others look like alive that make the game much appealing.
Offline gameplay: 1 player
ESRB Ratio: Teen
Extras and features:
· Experience the never-before-told story of a previously unseen flight 815 survivor.
· Uncover the island's secrets, exploring familiar and new locations and interacting with other key survivors.
· Confront the island's dark forces to solve the mystery of your own illicit past and discover a way home.
· Game play is quite linear.
Windows XP/Vista,Processor: PIV 2.2 MHz,DirectX 9.0c,1 GB RAM,Free hard drive space: 5 GB,128MB Video Card RAM DirectX 9.0c,DirectX-compliant Sound Card
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