Lost Planet 1 was so cool. Then Lost Planet 2 totally sucked
12 January 2016
Summary: Do Not Buy This Game. You can skip the cut scenes. There are a lot of times when you have to talk to someone and you can't skip over it to get back to the actual game play. Lost Planet 1 was so cool.
Good concept but poorly executed with a game breaker issue
Joseph F, Amazon
30 September 2015
Summary: I want to say this is a great game, but I can't. I want to say it was nothing but fun to play but I can't. Sure it had a good story and pretty good graphics and mechanics, but though you have the illusion of an open world, it is actually pretty linear.
Summary: The game had a fun story, but slightly difficult game play. It's a game that's fun to play once, but hard to come back to. The violence is pretty mild for teen, with no actual red blood. There's orange blood from the aliens on the planet, and even the humans blood in the climax appears orange.
Summary: Really good game overall. Great graphics with the unreal engine, which is rare. Sound is a little scratchy is some places. Many things to do in this game. Optional quests are fun, large world (although not totally open), cool upgrades to purchase.
Summary: Wow I am surprised that this game received bad reviews... I never played any of the other lost planets but this one was pretty dang good. In the beginning the pacing is a bit off and the loading is annoying... But other than that this game thought outside the box.
Summary: Lost planet 2 killed the soul of Lost Planet and now thanks to this third entry in the saga Lost Planet is six feet under (maybe even more...), there was good intentions, like the return to the good old snowy EDNIII, some touch of survivor, a campaign mode story oriented.