The "Game On" blog at PC World has today published an interview with Gadi Pollack, the producer of the upcoming Lost video game "Lost: Via Domus" for XBox 360, PS3, and PC. The interview likely signals a promotional push before it is released at the end of this month.
Pollack answers question such as whether Lost fans as well as the uninitiated may enjoy the gameplay, and the degree of involvement of Lost's Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof in the development of the game's visuals, gameplay, and storyline.
When asked about the canonicity of the storyline, he replied, "Their main goal for the game was not to answer any questions related to the show but really give everyone the experience of being in the show and on that Island. It would have been unfair for someone to be forced to buy the game in order to find out answers to the show."
To read more, go to Matt Peckham's "Game On" blog at PC World here. If you haven't seen it, make sure you also see Gamespot's video interview of Pollack on YouTube here.
And by the way, let me go on record saying in the next week before the game release, my money's on an official Lost podcast featuring the game.