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Lost Sea

Rating Summary

Based on 27 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

59

Top Critic Average

22%

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Based on 27 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Jul 5, 2016
Xbox OneJun 29, 2016
PCJul 5, 2016

Developer: Eastasiasoft Limited

Genre: Adventure

After a freak storm over the Atlantic, you find yourself stranded on the shores of a mysterious island. Do you have what it takes to escape the Lost Sea?

Lost Sea is an action-adventure game set inside the Bermuda Triangle. Recruit a crew of survivors who can help you explore the hazardous islands as you hunt for the artifacts needed to navigate the Lost Sea.

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Lost Sea -- Teaser Trailer | PS4 thumbnail

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TheSixthAxis

5 / 10
TheSixthAxis

Lost Sea isn’t a bad game, but it does little to stand out. It does feel like that the developers could have followed a different path to keep things more interesting, and the lack of transferable skills and unlocks slows the progression to a crawl. Outside of boss fights, there’s little gameplay variation, making Lost Sea a drag when playing in long periods, but OK for shorts bursts here and there.

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God is a Geek

5.5 / 10.0
Mick Fraser

Lost Sea is neither particularly original nor exciting, but it's charming enough in its own way.

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Game Rant

Game Rant

Although Lost Sea provides fun, laid-back gameplay alongside a colourful, cel-shaded world, a lack of depth and some restrictive design choices may limit the scope of the game.

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Push Square

5 / 10
Push Square

Lost Sea comes painfully close to being a great experience. In theory, it features tense combat, satisfying exploration, and infinite worlds to explore. In practice, however, its combat is fun but shallow, its exploration is extensive but tedious, and its world is beautiful but repetitive. Most intolerable of all, though, is its stymieing lack of a save feature. A pleasant visual style and an interesting premise don't make up for this dull and disappointing gameplay.

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