Once you hear the catchy title of the upcoming video game, “Lost At Sea,” it can make a vast majority of us recall the good, old memories of countless movies, with the same storyline. Someone is in the sea or maybe the person brings along a an entire crew, readily available to be split up one by one by a dominating shark. Well, this game is supposedly different, because after reading the “Lost At Sea” game description and trailer, there is not yet any evidence of a shark.
The planned release date for “Lost At Sea” is July 15 on the following platforms: “Xbox Series X/S,” “PS5 (PlayStation 5),” and “Windows.” Maybe you will prefer to buy “Lost at Sea” on “Steam” when it releases. Please, do not confuse “Lost At Sea” with “Lost Sea,” which are two separate video games. “Lost Sea” is an action-adventure game set inside the environment of the Bermuda Triangle, (where you try to navigate your way back home through the waters of the Lost Sea). It feels like every year, once a noticeable movie or video game is released, there is another one, with a similar title. It is understandable if the content was a parody, but “No.”
“Lost At Sea” is simply about life and basically everyone. I do not know why everyone would enjoy the sea because some people get seasick and others just despise the outdoors. Since you are controlling Anna (the main character), the story is about you. The story is also about love, family, friendship, career, and freedom. It is the fear of death, making far too many people think about, “What if I lose all of the things I find important in life?”
Every biome represents a phase in life on an island and the area sounds exactly like the outdoors. Explore your surroundings and reclaim your memories by solving riddles. The fear of death will just continue to hunt you (the main character) and death itself just may hunt you. This game is about the most important moments of your life and the things you want to remember.
- Likely everyone thought about the big question. “What makes life worth living?” If you thought about that,” then this game is probably for you
- You get to remember beautiful illustrations
- Explore various phases of your life, each of them through its own biome on the island
- Specifically designed mini games and puzzles can unlock your memories
- In life, some things emerge out of nowhere and it is the unexplainable that can be the most frightening. In “Lost At Sea,” you just have to face your fears
- The audio in “Lost In Sea” should trigger your emotions