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Lost in Shadow is a prime example of the idea that you can have too much of a good thing. The majority of this thoughtful twist on side-scrolling platformers is bursting with imaginative puzzles and heart-racing boss fights and is held together by a visual gimmick that forces you to view the world in an entirely new way. But a third of this lengthy adventure is mired in pointless battles and mundane puzzles, and it takes all of your determination to push past the mediocrity to reach the transcendent sections later on. Having to put up with so many bland moments sounds immediately off-putting, and it can be difficult to trudge through the uninspired middle hours when the end is nowhere in sight. But Lost in Shadow's finer moments are so rewarding that anyone who perseveres will be treated to an experience that stands tall next to just about any other game in the genre. There's no doubt that had those forgettable portions been left on the cutting-room floor this would be a must-play for any fan of puzzle platformers. But Lost in Shadow instead mixes the sublime with the ordinary--a very good game in serious need of a trimming. The adventure begins with your character, a young child, at his lowest point. He's tossed from the top of a tower to the cold rocks down below, separating his corporeal body from his shadow.
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This slick, stylized action-adventure boasts a unique visual style and some innovative, well-implemented gameplay mechanics, but still suffers from some finicky, generic platforming. In this age, a novel twist on a traditional genre is the perfect way to make a game stand out from its prole brethren. Our highly evolved tastes don't just want Mario to chase after the Princess anymore. We want Mario to chase after the Princess... in space! Hudson Soft's Lost in Shadow sets itself apart from like-minded platformers with a dreamy, meditative style and innovative gameplay that asks players to manipulate light, shadows, and perspective in the basic package of a 2D platformer. You play as the shadow of a boy, cut apart from his body and thrown from the top of a tower to the ground below. With no memories, and only the help of a sylph named "Spangle," you decide to climb to the top of the tower, reclaim your body, and roundhouse whoever did this to you. But here's the twist: As a shadow, you can only interact with other shadows cast by objects in the foreground. It takes some getting used to, but when you adjust and realize how objects you'd normally be hopping on in any other platformer affect the landscape you're actually allowed to traverse, I guarantee you'll let out a girly shriek of delight.
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