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Topic Title: Lost
Topic Summary: Reminds me of a game...
Created On: 03/08/2006 09:13 AM
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 03/08/2006 09:13 AM
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Adam Kosecki
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My roommate and I have been plowing through seasons 1 and 2 of "Lost" this last week. While Season 1 was fairly cheeeeeesey, Season 2 has been great. Last night I realized what this show reminds me of. Aside from the obvious (The Beach, Lord of the Flies, etc), it reminds me of playing Myst or Riven- back in the day.

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 03/13/2006 12:35 PM
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LaRee
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Myst or Riven... hmmmm? Now, I'm lost!

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 03/14/2006 10:49 AM
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Jeff Easton
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Oh Man!!
Myst and Riven were crazy cool.
I loved those games.
Still have not started watching Lost.

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