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Lost at Sea

studio fizbin, Headup Games
Jul 15, 2021 - Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5, PC
Weak

OpenCritic Rating

55

Top Critic Average

TechRaptor
3 / 10
ThisGenGaming
6 / 10
SECTOR.sk
7.5 / 10
Hey Poor Player
3 / 5
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Lost at Sea Trailers

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Lost At Sea - Official Launch Trailer

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Lost At Sea - Release Trailer

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Lost At Sea - Announcement Trailer


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Critic Reviews for Lost at Sea

Studio Fizbin's first foray into the first-person narrative adventure sub-genre is their most uncreative work thus far.

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Lost at Sea is a narrative adventure about coming to terms with your life and has a meaningful story to tell, but it fails to deliver anything new to the genre. The shadows chasing you actively hinder the enjoyment of what could have been a nice experience.

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Lost at Sea is an emotionally dependent story that makes you realise how (little) much time we have.

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Lost at Sea is the story of a woman desperately trying to keep her head above water in an overwhelming ocean of emotions. But it’s also the story of a game that is perhaps not entirely sure of what it’s trying to accomplish. It’s hard to face your fears when they send you right back to the beginning, thwarting your progress on a cumbersome island. It’s clearly not the next Myst, but it’s not like it’s trying to be. I’m not saying don’t get the game, but I’m not exactly saying you should get it either. One thing’s for certain: Lost at Sea is made from the heart.

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