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  1. Jul 20, 2021
    70
    If a short yet emotional narrative is all that you’re after – you’re looking at a maximum of two hours of gameplay here – then Lost At Sea should manage to satiate those needs, but maybe consider waiting for a sale because the price at launch is a little high for the content within.
  2. Aug 3, 2021
    65
    In conclusion, Lost at Sea is a wonderful indie title that has been ported to Xbox and is worthy of playing on sale for those interested in the easy gamerscore. If you’re a gamer that enjoys a serene and introspective journey then this might be a game for you, it definitely is a game for those who are mature enough to comprehend Anna’s message and walk away with more empathy. You will spend roughly an hour walking around and half an hour learning of Anna’s past and her family. The clunky lighting can ruin the immersive experience and the game may crash like it did with me a couple of times. But these small details are outshined by the audio, narration, and story. If you’re not a gamer that would enjoy walking through someone else’s life, then perhaps this is not for you.
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  1. Jul 23, 2021
    8
    Lost at Sea
    Drowning in emotion
    Lost at Sea is a 2 hour long adventure game where you play as a woman remembering a loss, I don’t want to
    Lost at Sea
    Drowning in emotion
    Lost at Sea is a 2 hour long adventure game where you play as a woman remembering a loss, I don’t want to spoil the story because the game is its story, but basically you have a compass, youll find a little section of this island is covered in items of a time period of yours, you interact with the 4 different mirrages in that area, your compass will point to a challenge to obtain an item to complete the mirage, so you will go there, do a fun and simple little challenge like guiding a light source, climbinb up a tower and jumping off, or collecting all of these orbs on a trampoline, and while you are on your journey, fear will follow, and to defeat it you must face it, stare at it and don’t lose sight until it disappaears, otherwise it will engulf you and you haveto start back at the nearest challenge or area you were at last.. you then take the item back, and you get more of the story regarding that item, from youth all the way to old age.. this is a really special game with a unique style, its unlike anything iveplayed before…
    Will these mini challenges or the visuls blow you away? No
    Infact the visuals are awful, th contrast, the over exposed lighting that you cant adjust in settings, its hard on the yes, but I was immersed from start to finish, this is a special game that caught me off guard, delivering an experience I wasn’t expecting.
    I give Lost at Sea
    an 7.5/10
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