Hudson announces Lost in Shadow

Hudson has just released a batch of screen shots for the upcoming Wii game Lost in Shadows.

“Lost In Shadow is different from anything else seen on Wii before – mixing unique platform elements with levels of puzzles into a stylized environment for a beautiful gameplay experience,” said Dai Kudo, director of consumer products at Hudson Entertainment. “The innovative shadow-based gameplay and artistic vision makes Lost In Shadow a truly breakthrough concept in videogames.”

In Lost In Shadow, players are confronted with a mysterious Tower in an alternative world. The Tower is filled with moving shadows yet at the same time, casts a large shadow on everything beneath it. With the help of a winged sylph known as “Spangle,” players can move lights in the foreground to create new shadowy walkways to previously inaccessible areas. Unaffected by gravity while traveling through this medieval landscape, the shadow boy solves mysteries and fights off enemies who stand in his way. The game’s combination of light, shadow, background and foreground creates a unique blend of novel gameplay features, morphing landscapes and artistic visuals.





9 Responses to Hudson announces Lost in Shadow

  1. king says:

    That is what I’m talking about. This idea is off the hook fresh and I am very intrigued.

  2. srkelley says:

    Frigging sweet, keep us updated please!

  3. Paul says:

    Oooooh, I like what they’re thinking. Reminds me of Echochrome in a way.

  4. Wii Wii says:

    Wii or Wiiware?
    Interesting idea to say the least.

  5. Brian says:

    I’d heard about this a few days ago. It sounds very interesting to me. The washed out and warm color palette and design reminds me of Ico.

  6. El Hajjish says:

    Wow, that looks fantastic!

  7. Mohan says:

    Looks interesting! I will surely check it out onces it comes out. 🙂

  8. gojiguy says:

    very neat idea! I’m guessing it’s sorta like echocrome? I hope it’s controlled with the Wiimote. This is the kinda stuff I love showing up on the Wii and using Motion Controls.

  9. Jamie says:

    Sounds good, looks pretty too, I’m definitely interested in this.

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