Reviews and Problems with Lost Planet: Extreme Condition
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Call me KID, Amazon
2 May 2013
Summary: this game is fun to play a little everyday, and if you get stuck just You Tube it and get the way through it it's all on you tube, helps a lot, the battle are fun and controls are fluid like, would definitely recommend for a fun cheap game. update: got the part with the bird and it's impossible to beat took all the fun out of the game, had to restart the thing for those chapters set to ez and put the game away wasn't even fun anymore, and never made it back to where I...
Summary: this game had a great storyline, sound was awesome and the graphics we're good but what I dont like is the gameplay.......the gameplay is just as bad as the alone in the dark. your character felt like as if he was glued to the ground.
Summary: For some reason my copy wouldn't save my data so i just gave it back in. Game play sucks you only fight one type of enemy and the game is a bit challenges. If you buy this game either have a fun time destroying it or turn it back in.
Summary: So once again we see a typical "humans live on a different planet and fight aliens" game aka Halo for 1/3 the price. This game captured my attention because it was cheap and obviously whoever wrote the synopsis on the back of the case made me fall madly in love. When I got home and turned it on...BORING. Extremely boring. Maybe it's just because I'm not an alien-killing video game player but this game reminds me too much of Halo and I hated Halo.
Summary: I'm sure majority of the people who hate this game has the same issue with it as I do. The worst part of the game that really kills this game is the stupid therma energy thing you have to keep from draining down to 0, or you die. You get the thermal energy by killing the mobs, but the energy drains so fast, all you can do is run forward as fast as you can while killing.
Summary: Probably the worst shooter i've ever played. I've played ps2 and original xbox shooters that were better. the guns are terrible, the character you play throws grenades like a 1st grader, and the bosses-are you kidding me? a little petty mech taking down creatures 20 times it's size? the mechs they give you aren't even that great. they resemble a forklift.
Summary: At the time of its release, Lost Planet was arguably the most hyped game from CAPCOM since Dead Rising blew the minds of many, myself included. While it boasts a load of potential it is ruined by a horribly fiddly control system. Thrown into a cliched revenge story on a desolate ice-covered planet, we quickly learn the importance of a well thought-out control system.
Summary: I have played this game for about 4 hours and have made it into the second level. It's boring!! Why in the hell would you fight the boss fight at the end of level 1 and then take it right up again on the next level, with two of the same bosses instead of one??. WTF??? It is too dumb beyond belief. The story line is like some crappy saturday filler cartoons for mongoloid children. Spare me, please, and don't get this game.
Summary: I played the mulitplayer download of this game and was not impressed with anything it had to offer. I then tried the full version of the game in an attempt to try to find out if it had any hidden glory. I wasted my time. This game offers nothing unique and the graphics are not worth raving about. Enemies are too easy to kill and the "light up" weak spots are childish and lame. With so much potiential, this game was a huge disappointment.