First Lost in Blue Wii Screens and Scans

By Jorge Ba-oh 16.05.2008 6

Konami have released a selection of island-based screens from the upcoming Lost in Blue translation to Wii.

The series takes Wii-remote based turn, and judging by the screens, it's coming along faily well but needs a shed load of work to avoid being buried alive. A series first also sees two-player co-operative and some unique puzzlery and survival action on the Wii.

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  • Via Jeux-France.

    Box art for Lost in Blue: Shipwrecked
    Also known as

    Survival Kids Wii









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    God, the Wii is capable of so much better graphics. Devs just can't be arsed, it seems.

    God, this looks such rubbish. Even in motion, I doubt from this current state that it'll look good.

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    WTF Konami

    Just one word to it:


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    They can just fuck off and cancel this right now.

    i love the approach that konami took.. they want us to remember how fun it is to play with n64 graphics

    ( Edited 16.05.2008 10:06 by meowthemouse )

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