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5/22/2006
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Get 'Lost' With Game Coming Next Year

It had to happen. By next year there should be a PC and video game based on the ABC TV series, "Lost." The French company Ubisoft announced today a long-term licensing deal with Touchstone Television that allows the game developer to create a "Lost" game in its awesome Montreal studio.

It had to happen. By next year there should be a PC and video game based on the ABC TV series, "Lost." The French company Ubisoft announced today a long-term licensing deal with Touchstone Television that allows the game developer to create a "Lost" game in its awesome Montreal studio.The game will definitely show up for PCs, and most like on Xbox and/or other video game systems. Those deals will start being announced later this year.

The "Lost" series is particularly well suited for video game treatment, as the "story" is complex, mysterious and involves hundreds of "game-like" scenarios.

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