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Lost In Blue 2 Reviews
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|Gamer Within||5.8/10||Jun 03 '07|
|RPGFan||83%||Apr 19 '07|
|Game Chronicles Magazine||6.1/10||May 17 '07|
|GamePro||1.5/5||Apr 30 '07|
|GameSpot||6.2/10||Mar 27 '07|
|Gamespy||2/5||Mar 27 '07|
|IGN DS||5.5/10||Apr 04 '07|
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Lost In Blue 2 Previews
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|IGN DS||Feb 02 '07|
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"Lost in Blue 2 features some fun minigames, but overall it's a remarkably tedious example of a formula not worth continuing."
"For the final version, Konami has thrown out some rough estimates based on the game's current production. The company promises far more action, about double the activities, new challenges including underwater exploration, and a lot more animal-based adventures. There are more beasts to hunt, tougher enemies (such as sharks and alligators), and some interesting microphone puzzles, such as an event where you need to become friends with a testy gorilla by mimicking his grunts with the DS microphone. In any other game we'd be astonished, but when it comes to Lost in Blue we'll just take it in stride. Hey at least we don't have to milk it."
"Lost in Blue 2 does do some things new, but it's just not enough. Its enhancements over its predecessor are walled off, barriered behind the roadblock of frustration in the hours of investment it takes to even get to them. The numeral doesn't justify itself, and so spending the cash to buy this title can't really be justified either. You'd be better served to just try out a copy of the original Lost in Blue, or, for an even better result, track down the first Survival Kids for Game Boy Color. The cartridge won't play on a Nintendo DS, but will on a Game Boy Advance SP. Konami got it right that first time, back in 1999. Since then, it's just been backwards steps."
"However, the one-two combo of a companion who lacks any sort of survival competency and the required precise micromanagement of each character's vital stats can tempt even the most hardened survival buffs to snap their DS clean in half."