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Electronic Gaming Monthly (EGM)
A highly enjoyable adventure game with a surprisingly easy-to-learn interface. The cinemas that follow every important action are interesting and fit well into the story line, while the relaxing background music lest you unwind as you adventure in the mystical world and attempt to make the dinosaurs and humans co-exist in harmony. Lost Eden may appear to be a bad B-movie at first glance, but it is challenging and enjoyable all the way through.
Myst fans who love the puzzle elements of point-and-click text adventures will really dig these dinosaurs, but be prepared for some lengthy discourses to keep you occupied. Although Lost Eden takes a bite from the RPG apple, it probably shouldn't talk with it's mouth full.
Video Games & Computer Entertainment
Lost Eden features three things that make an adventure great: a good story, beautiful graphics and a sweeping soundtrack. Add an easy interface and a bunch of nasty-looking ogres and dinosaurs and what you've got is an adventure game that's a cut above the rest. This game will pull you in and keep you playing for hours.