Lost in Blue 2 DS

  • Publisher: Konami
  • Release Date: Mar 20, 2007
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  1. WensdayM.
    Mar 25, 2007
    7
    In the beginning of version one and two, i found that it is very hard to survive for those first couple of days. With your life points low, and not knowing where Amy (or Skye) is to make food for you, and you casn't go too far, because your stanima will run low, and if it goes down too low, your life points begin to drop. but after you finally get the hang of going through those In the beginning of version one and two, i found that it is very hard to survive for those first couple of days. With your life points low, and not knowing where Amy (or Skye) is to make food for you, and you casn't go too far, because your stanima will run low, and if it goes down too low, your life points begin to drop. but after you finally get the hang of going through those first days, it gets to be a fun strategy game. People will probably spend a lot of time playing, but that's good, because many new games you get you usually finish in 2-3 days or so. This is MY opinion. (don't hurt me...) Collapse
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  2. Negative: 5 out of 29
  1. 30
    If it weren't for the torrid pace at which you're required to gather edibles, Lost in Blue 2 would be an enjoyable game. The developers obviously wanted to instill a sense of urgency, but really, all they did was rob the game of its fun.
  2. Nintendo Power
    50
    If listening to constant nagging about starvation, dehydration, and lack of relaxation and finding the corresponding cures for such ailments is your cup of tea, then you're in for an extradelicious treat. [May 2007, p.86]
  3. Whether you’re dodging and jabbing in first-person to fend off wild predators, microphone-grunting to speak to a gorilla, recovering after a hurricane or earthquake, playing fire-making, harpooning, or milking mini-games wirelessly with another DS owner, making a necklace, or just discovering a new flower that you can use to flavor your food in the cooking mini-game, this is a different adventure, and one worth embarking upon.