Oceanic Airlines flight 815 crashed somewhere in the Pacific Ocean. You take control of an amnesiac photojournalist who was also aboard the fateful transpacific flight. During the game you ... See full summary »

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Sun Kwon (voice)
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Ben Linus (voice)
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Mikhail Bakunin (voice)
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Oceanic Airlines flight 815 crashed somewhere in the Pacific Ocean. You take control of an amnesiac photojournalist who was also aboard the fateful transpacific flight. During the game you must slowly regain your identity through completing quests, talking with the other survivors, and correctly identifying clues during flashbacks. Early on you find out you had a camera on the plane with you. Evidently one of your photographs made another survivor mad enough to want to destroy the photograph and kill you. The events in the story unfold in a great parallel to the TV series. Most of the game's storyline occurs during the first two seasons of the show, but characters appearing in season three of the show are also included in encounters and exposition. Written by Anonymous

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Trivia

The words "Via Domus" means "The Way Home" in Latin. We're told what it means by John Locke while in the cave. See more »

Goofs

In the game's credits, Henry Ian Cusick (Desmond) is misspelled as "Henry Ian Cussick". See more »

Quotes

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Hurley: While you were AWOL, we were attacked too. Steve, or wait - Scott, they found him, like, dead with every bone in his body broken. And someone stuck Claire with a needle.
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Connections

Spun-off from Lost (2004) See more »

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As an avid LOST fan....
18 July 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I have found the game to be quite enjoyable. The details in making the the scenery like the show is great. The fuselage on the beach was just like the show! (Also I loved how if you don't complete your task the plane blew up!) The hatch was just like being in it as well. I also like how in the game you are a new, unique character to the game but most of the main characters are still there. It may be a "short" game board and mission-wise in comparison to other video games out there but it is still good. I am a casual gamer and didn't really find it to be too short at all - I played in hour bursts. It has been a great filler in the time I am waiting for LOST to come back to TV during the summer...........


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