While it has a solid art style and generally finds a balance between a classic format and more modern challenge it feels a bit bland
The toughest reviews to write aren’t for the top or bottom-tier titles, they’re the ones for games that float somewhere in the middle, obviously having merit but also not inspiring accolades. Lost Epic falls squarely into this space, boasting a pretty unique art style, combat that may not be terribly inspired but is still engaging, and some cool boss battles. Where it struggles a bit is in trying to be memorable when its combat moves feel more dated in their lack of overall fluidity, its character-building doesn’t feel very meaningful, and too much of your time is spent essentially fighting the same enemies over and over. The result is a middling experience, obviously having merits that take it out of the lower end of the spectrum, but unable to make enough of an impression to join the higher-tier games on the eShop.
Justin Nation, Score: