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Lifeless-planet.34270574
6.8 out of 10

Lifeless Planet

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EtheB, Metacritic
16 August 2014
  • Summary: Refreshing change of pace, yet not without impact. I enjoyed the journey. Not much point playing through more than once unless you want to take in more of the visuals.
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rocketsoul, Metacritic
15 August 2014
  • Summary: Beautiful storytelling, nice graphics, some views are simply gorgeous and spellbinding - this game delivers everything I've noted as very nice adventure. Probably it's not so involving because of direct scenario but anyway its story is very entertaining. It's not complicated for heavy-quest lovers, don't expect knot-like puzzles as most of them require pretty direct thinking.
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AaronB, Metacritic
21 July 2014
  • Summary: If you are looking for an adrenalin fueled game, then this may disappoint. If you are looking for a work of art, one that can instill awe and wonder at what it may be like to be isolated on another planet - then you have come to the right place. It is a shame the combat gamers are voting on this title, as it really has nothing to do with their genre or interests. If you enjoy long If you are looking for an adrenalin fueled game, then this may disappoint.
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Hayk, Metacritic
18 July 2014
  • Summary: Amazing game you will forget about time and play this game. I haven't played this type of game since the 90s amazing. if you played mist or Uru you'll love this game. But its my point of view, i loved the storyline i think there should be a second part to this i loved the game. This game is in a scenes shows the raw imagination of what were are capable as humans by our self’s. when i Amazing game you will forget about time and play this game.
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Dux, Metacritic
17 July 2014
  • Summary: This game falls really short on a lot of different levels, and here's why. My friend picked this game up, and asked me if I was interested to play it to have a laugh. I booted up the game, and began playing. At first sight, this game really intrigued me. The reason for that was that I thought this game to be some sort of open world exploration RPG type of deal. Never had I been so This game falls really short on a lot of different levels, and here's why.
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MegaHurts, Metacritic
6 July 2014
  • Summary: This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. My first impressions of this game was that it reminded of Ico and the original Tomb Raider in terms of the feeling of isolation albeit in different environments. Whereas Ico and Lara were pretty linear, Lifeless Planet isn't. Well, yes it is in (in places), then it isn't (in places). Therein lies the problem, early in the game you traverse through a forest , I got lost!
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DannySwish, Metacritic
23 June 2014
  • Summary: It's a platformer. It's a walking simulator. It is NOT an action/adventure story-driven game. Yeah, there's a story, and it had potential, but you'll literally spend the entire game jumping to and from various rocks and mounds. It's a five-hour-long platformer with beige mountains and valleys as scenery. The "puzzles" are nothing more than placing a glowing green rock in a glowing green It's a platformer. It's a walking simulator.
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Dunge, Metacritic
20 June 2014
  • Summary: The game is good enough to complete without getting too bored, but it's not competing with the big titles. The game is very atmospheric. They managed to create very beautiful scenes if the graphic engine is not up-to-date. The story is quite interesting, but spaced out too much with long moments without new events. The platforming gameplay is ok. A game to try, but not pay full price.
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barnz3000, Metacritic
17 June 2014
  • Summary: While the game LOOKS wonderful, and occasionally stunning. It is not worth the time and effort to play it. There are defunct mechanics such as "need oxygen" which only serve as mcguffins to make you move in a particular direction occasionally. It has trivial puzzles with exceptionally ham fisted story telling. Instead of a voyage of discovery there is a "oh looks like this happneed" While the game LOOKS wonderful, and occasionally stunning.
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podzorama, Metacritic
10 June 2014
  • Summary: I loved the early access levels when I played a month or so ago. This game had so much potential. Unfortunately the best of the game is in those first few chapters. The mystery and atmosphere that is built up is lost very quickly some 30 minutes or so in. The story line is just not strong enough to carry this game when there is very little danger or jeopardy in the environment. Despite I loved the early access levels when I played a month or so ago.
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