Enjoy Lost on iPod
Enjoy Lost on iPod
Kris De Leon
Kris De Leon
Staff Writer, BuddyTV
Lost has already aired its season three finale, which left its solid fan base hungry for more mind-boggling mysteries. But while waiting for season four to air in 2008, fans can download the newest Lost video game, which is now available for iPods.

Gameloft, an international publisher and developer of video games for mobile devices, is credited for games such as Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow 3D, Vans Skate and Slam Feat. Geoff Rowley, The O.C., The Promise, Desperate Housewives, and now the Lost video game. It has also received numerous awards and a positive reviews for its comprehensive themes and latest approaches in 3D-3G technologies.
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The newest Lost video game, which gives the player an opportunity to take the role of Dr. Jack Shephard to help the survivors of Oceanic 815 endure the mysteries of the island. Additionally, players will be able to explore various locations of the island, including the hatch and the Black Rock, as well as interact with other character of the show like Sayid Jarrah, James “Sawyer” Ford and John Locke and more. Other adventures also include helping the wounded, searching for dynamite and hunting.

Based on the game description, players can “relive the most eventful moments from the series.” What’s unique about the recently released Lost Video game is that it works only with fifth generation iPods and offers greater graphic detail compared to earlier released Lost game on mobile phones. Lost video game for iPod is available for $4.99.

But for those who do not own an iPod, Gameloft will also be releasing a new Lost game on Xbox, PlayStation 3 and PC, which is due later this year.

-Kris De Leon, BuddyTV Staff Columnist


Source: TV.com

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