- Platform: Nintendo DS
- PEGI Rating: Ages 7 and Over
- Media: Video Game
- Item Quantity: 1
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Lost in Blue (Nintendo DS)
- Survival game based on the relationship of two main characters - the hero and the heroine - who are trapped on a mysterious deserted island
- Search and obtain items by utilising the innovative Nintendo DS touch panel
- Numerous activities such as fishing, hunting, trapping and cooking
- Survival depends on sharing responsibilities between the main character and NPCs
- Dual phase system: clearing the game as the hero, then play as the heroine
- Multiple game endings depending on the two players behaviour
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This innovative RPG takes players on a journey of survival, adventure and mystery. After a disastrous incident at sea, the young hero of the game awakens to find himself on a seemingly uninhabited island. After meeting another survivor, a 17-year old girl who has also drifted ashore, the two must work together to survive. While planning their escape, the two will learn survival skills, such as hunting, searching for food and building tools while uncovering the island's many mysteries.
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Top Customer Reviews
All the other reviews say what i want to say about this being a good game, but I urge you to buy it as it really is a very unique game which you will enjoy.
And a last note that I see hasnt been mentioned, it has a good save system you can save the game whenver you want to which is ideal for a portable game.
Buy it...it's great, my mother has gone out and bought herself a DS just for this game!!!
Walk the beaches in search of valuable washed up items, seaweed, sticks, bottles, barrels, oysters etc...span the jungle for vines and worms...forge traps and hunting weapons...all in order to help yourself AND another to survive this terrible ordeal!
You meet Skye very early on in the game...use her and cooperate with her to acces certain parts of the map. Very good use of touchscreen, although the main game is based AWAY from this feature.
This game makes use of the microphone, Triggers (L+R), Touchscreen and all buttons, NO wi-fi gameplay is available.
Keep your hunger satisfied, your stamina pumping, your thirst levels thriving and your overall HP up to the max, if you can manage this (its difficult!) then you'll have no problem trying to survive on the basics. Use primative methods of catching fish and wild beasts, starting fires and making tools.
Loads of gameplay time, and exciting moments of discovery. sometimes worrying, for example, if you begin to fall below a certain percentage in hunger, Thirst or stamina then your HP starts to drop and eventually you may die!
A most invigorating experienced much advised!
Starting off by waking washed up on the beach of a seemingly deserted island, you initially have to struggle to survive. At first, keeping your stats high enough not to keel over it quite challenging. Thankfully this does get better quite quickly.
Not long after the start of the game, you (playing as Keith) find another survivor also washed up on the beach. This is Skye. Unfortunately she seems to be about as much use as the piece of driftwood. Eventually she can be trained to make food/plait ropes from twine/not commit suicide every time you leave her alone for more than an hour. Seriously, for ages, this girl will not go to sleep/eat/drink unless you're there to tell her to do it! This is my only niggle with the game, and the only thing that stops it getting five stars. If only you could let Skye die and continue the game without her. Sadly, if she dies, the game is over for you as well (I tried it!). Not much of a reflection on modern girls, it has to be said!
After you progress into the game, you will find survival becomes easier as you get to make comfier beds (allowing your stats to restore more fully overnight), make better weapons (also increasing your stats by catching fish/animals to make more satisfying meals). Once your stats are sorted, you get to explore the island more, and eventually discover the island is not quite as deserted as you thought it was...Read more ›
This game is quite fun to play at the beginning, you spend your day collecting food, and then having to spend the next day collecting food, until you get a bit further into it, and get the hang of what food gives you the most nourishment, etc. Then you get options for better and more filling food, enabling you to spend whole days out. Then after a while, it gets tedious - you can't do anything for any period of time without keeling over before you're half way through. And you've got to rush back to feed Skye before she dies - really annoying.
So overall, quite a fun game at first, though it gets on your nerves after a while - you just can't do anything without so much preparation beforehand. I think that the game would be really short if you didn't have the handicap of having to prepare, so everything takes quadruple the time. Good game, just not worth buying over some of the other games out there.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love this game, it has hours of playability and has great graphics and music, 10/10!Published on 14 Jan. 2009 by technojunkie
I bought this game thinking it would be like the Sims,It's even better than any sims game i have bought, totally addictive, I have not beeen able to put this game down since i got... Read morePublished on 29 Aug. 2008 by LW
I really enjoyed this game and find some of this other reviews a bit harsh - yes it is a bit tricky to get started to ensure you don't starve, but after a couple of days in the... Read morePublished on 1 Aug. 2008 by J. Bennett
Been watching Lost? well now is your chance to see if you can survive on a desert island. This game makes great use of the DS touch screen - you have to rub sand away to reveal... Read morePublished on 10 July 2008 by Mrs S
Lost in blue is a game similar to trace memory,as it tells a mystery story. The plot is based on some people that are marooned on an island in the ocean. Read morePublished on 28 May 2008 by K Holl
I bought this game a few months ago along with Lost in Blue 2 as I thought at the time, once this game was finished, you needed the sequel. Read morePublished on 4 Dec. 2007 by S. Firth