Conclusion: If that sounds like a great experience to you, then turn down the lights, turn up the volume, clear the room, switch off your phone and become absorbed in this alien world and its history. Take it slow, and revel in every step.
Conclusion: Despite these downfalls, the game does tie up all loose ends rather effectively in its final moments, so the actual conclusion is not at all a let-down. It’s entirely predictable, but is nevertheless a fairly satisfactory ending.
Conclusion: Concept: Explore a mysterious alien planet as a lost astronaut with emotional baggage
Graphics: Art direction is king, with impressive and expansive alien environments
Sound: Moving strings and quality voice work help to sell whatever calamity has affected this world
Playability: The jetpack and...
Excerpt: I’ve played a lot of “castaway” games in my lengthy gaming career but none have left me with that uncomfortable sense of isolation that was creeping through me after only the first 15 minutes of Lifeless Planet.
Excerpt: There are days when I envy the faceless, nameless protagonist of latest walk-around-a-bit-‘em-up Lifeless Planet . He’s well and truly alone, fifteen light-years from Earth, stranded on a barren planet.
Conclusion: Lifeless Planet is a really fun experience, but not a very good game. I’d still recommend it based on the entertainment I got from exploring the mysteries of the game’s world, but I wish I didn’t have to deal with questionable puzzles and mechanics to do so.
Conclusion: nous replongerait presque en pleine Guerre Froide. Le héros étant américain, l'histoire n'est pas avare de clichés amusant sur l'ex-U.R.S.S. Il est donc difficile de situer l'époque à laquelle se déroule l'action.
Pros: Une ambiance intéressante, Une progression simple..., Une musique utilisée avec intelligence, Un scénario sans grandes surprises mais qui fleure bon la SF des années 70
Cons: Des graphismes limités et un peu redondants, ...trop ?