View Full Version : Via Domus Summary, Maybe?
03-01-2008, 01:56 AM
I plan to get Via Domus for PC, but I am hearing mixed thoughts from the lot of you, so could you maybe post a breif summary, review, little tips like "dont do this.." for me and other users who like to base their gameplay on others' experience.
03-01-2008, 02:07 AM
I'd say don't listen to the most of other peoples opinions on it as its how you like it and how you experience it. if people are not into lost thattttt much then they probably will not experience it that well - as instead of looking for story bits and pieces they will look for gameplay moments.
Only thing i will advise is to stock up on forms of light emitting devices, practice your mathematics + alphabet and take your time with the game to explore without rushing as its already over for me :(
03-01-2008, 03:16 AM
As a non-gamer, i'm throughly enjoying it and it's gonna take me a while. However, I could imagine if you're a gamer and are used to controls and what not it would be a lot easier and go a lot faster.
I'm on Episode 4 so I can't really give you a summary but it's pretty cool so far...I like running around the jungle avoiding Others :)
03-01-2008, 04:11 PM
saw this at eurogamer.net - the end comment from the review - not a spoiler but perfectly describes how i feel about the game
At which point you're left to ponder whether it was any good. I'd go with "yes", actually. It had the incredibly difficult job of creating a new character in the Lost world with an interesting enough side-story, able to exist without disrupting the timeline or feeling like an aberration, and able to expose fans to at least a handful of things with which they would be satisfied, even eager, to tinker. There's no question it achieves that, and that's what Lost fans will want. Even at its worst - a particular trek through the jungle to the Black Rock and its repeated abuse of one of the show's most perplexing elements springs to mind - it's never guilty of ruining the source material, and while the big question it leaves you with is akin to some of the TV show's goofier cliffhangers, it's still intriguing. I love Lost - it's stupid, brilliant, baffling, frustrating - and I'm really glad I played this. I think other Lost fans will be too. But we will all sit back afterwards and moan about the length, and so that's the thought I'll leave you on. Booouuum.
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