Summary: Graphics are really great, but you need a stupidly fast PC to run it. Checkpoints are kinda retarded when you die, as it loads default life/ammo instead of what you had when you crossed the checkpoint. This makes boss battle very frustrating if you die the first time (especially when you went into it with tons of health the first time).
Summary: Hola shanranger gracias por la brevedad y sigue colgando cosas asi. Gracias por la exlicacion dl prducto y su installacion, me parece que esta muy bien y en buen estado, thank you, see you later alligator
Summary: Graphics big deal!!! if you are running a gaming laptop like me you wanna make sure you graphics card is way above bare minimum so you can play stranglehold or gears. Great game even if you have to make a little sacrifice. It is a game to play if you need entertainment and you do not mind First person shooters that are kind of old school with sweet graphics. I do not need much, so if you just wanna shoot things and make stuff blow-up then get to it.
Summary: First let me tell you I am a computer person. I solve computer problems for a living. My home gaming pc is pretty simple. Pentium 4, 3.0 ghz, Nvidia 6800 GTOC, 2gigs of ram and XP pro. All name brand parts. I have been playing shooter since there have been shooters (purchased doom from ID on floppy). This game is no different. You are the good guy they are the bad guys. Most problems with the game seem to come from DX10/Vista people. Here is a hint.
Summary: Lost planet isn't the best thing around at the moment, but considering that it's now a mere $20 to pick up it's worth it if you have some time to kill and a fast computer begging for something to do. As to the two previous reviewers problems, this game WILL NOT~! run without the absolutly most updated directX versions (will run Dx9 or 10). And it required the most recent nvidia graphics driver to start. With taken care of, this game will make your computer sweat.
Excerpt: "I acquired Lost Planet: Extreme Condition fairly recently, and have never regretted the purchase. The game has an excellent plotline, is full of excellently balanced and well conceived mechanics. The game takes place on a snowy planet called EDN-3, so you have to collect "thermal energy" to keep from slowly freezing to death, and it's harvested from your buggy enemiesIt means you can't sit still for too long, encouraging a more active playstyle. ...
Pros: Excellent campaign, decent multiplayer, good mech system
Cons: Getting older all the time, losing activity; PC controls a bit iffy
Lost Planet - the most realistic winter you can see in-game
22 September 2009
Excerpt: "I'll start from the bad thing: the story. It's just weak. The main protagonist's father has died in another planet so he goes there to get revenge. What's worse? The fact that he has amnesia (reminds me of Memento). The other bad thing is the X360 gamepad. You will have to find out how to control the character etc. unless you have a X360 gamepad that was "designed" for Windows (you want to get more money Microsoft, huh?). At least all the other things ...
Pros: The graphics, sounds, playability, it's long, cheap enough for awesomeness .
Conclusion: What a Monster of a game. They wernt kidding about the reccomended specs, im running a C2D E6700, Vista Premium, 8800GTX Over Clocked and 2Gb of 800mhz Dominator Ram and just about does the job on highest settings....it does look great though if your after DX10 eye candy, shame they never took advantage of the Ageia Physx engine on this game it would have been even better...