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Lost Planet: Extreme Condition
6.8 out of 10

Lost Planet: Extreme Condition

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Overall 9
9.0

Lost Planet

GamesRadar
24 June 2012
  • Pros: Giant bugs and robots, Skull-caving action, Varied multiplayer
  • Cons: Stop talking! More bugs!, Handful of slow areas, Button command issues
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Overall 8
8.0

Lost Planet

maximum pc
2 November 2007
  • Excerpt: If you’ve ever had that dream where all the awesome things you love are in one place, but everything is a little hazy and it all ends too soon when you wake up, you’ll have a good idea what playing Lost Planet is like.
  • Pros: Fast-paced and visually gratifying action both offline and online.
  • Cons: All-too-brief campaign that's hastened by a minor faulty gameplay mechanic.
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Expert Review

teamps2.com
27 October 2007
  • Excerpt: Graphics & Sound: I first had the opportunity to touch Lost Planet: Extreme Condition when it was available for demo on XBOX Live. I had such high hopes for the game, but I never got a copy of it on the XBOX 360.
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Lost Planet: Extreme Condition

NZGamer.com
9 August 2007
Overall 7
7.1

PC Review - 'Lost Planet: Extreme Condition'

WorthPlaying
3 August 2007
  • Summary: Lost Planet is a sci-fi action shooter set within the merciless frozen tundra of a hostile planet, humans struggle for survival as conflicts arise between man, the surrounding indigenous creatures and the monstrous beings that have invaded.
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Lost Planet: Extreme Condition Review

GamerNode
24 July 2007
  • Excerpt: Former exclusive console games making the jump to PC is becoming a trend lately. While it’s arguable if either platforms’ version is superior to each other, there are certain game mechanics that are different between PC and consoles.
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Expert Review

Gamer Within
23 July 2007
  • Excerpt: Lost Planet: Extreme Condition first made its debut on the Xbox 360 January this year and proved to be a solid game. Now, six months later, it has been released onto the PC for all those computer gamers out there who were looking forward to trudging through those glistening snow fields for...
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Overall 8
7.5

Lost Planet: Extreme Condition

ActionTrip
6 July 2007
  • Conclusion: In closing, even though the game may feel slightly repetitive, and the mouse lag and other minor cases of "consolitis" (performance on some systems) may annoy some gamers, the quality of the action itself and the sheer magnificence of some scenes, should prove a good enough reason to play this one.
  • Pros: Great action, the boss fights alone are worth the price of admission, stunning effects, in-engine cinematics;
  • Cons: It all gets a bit repetitive after a while, low replay value for the single-player campaign, porting issues, performance on some systems.
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Overall 7
7.0

Expert Review

GameSpot
28 June 2007
  • Summary: Capcom has opted to bring Lost Planet: Extreme Condition, its exciting Xbox 360 shooter, to the PC, complete with DX10 support. But all is not well with this port. Right off the bat, you'll detect signs of platform translation.
  • Pros: Stunning environments and creature designs, Enjoyable boss encounters, Firefights against enormous bugs are fun and exhilarating
  • Cons: Broken netcode may or may not let you into a multiplayer game, Various technical and porting issues get in the way of the enjoyment, Short single-player campaign is relatively easy
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Lost Planet (PC DX10)

hardware heaven
7 May 2007
  • Excerpt: PC gamers are generally very biased when it comes to console ports. No surprises here, as the vast majority of ports end up being stinking piles of dog doodoo. Because of that even the games that would deserve the attention often get overlooked or worse, criticized regardless of their quality.
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