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7.1 out of 10

Lost Planet: Extreme Condition

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Anyway, i like it

JJ, Amazon
2 December 2012
  • Summary: my friend recommended this game to me and he said this game was almost the same as monster hunter. but compare with monster hunter, this game still need to increasing on some part
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Overall 10
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Great game!

J. Unseld, Amazon
7 March 2010
  • Summary: I read the other reviews but I toataly disagree with them, LOST PLANET RULES!!! It is one of my favorite games. I will list the good and the bad below. THE GOOD 1.Has extremely good graphics. 2.Has 11 levels. 3.Can control a vs (Vital Suits) on go on foot. 4.A assortment of weapons and Vital Suits. The Bad 1. No co-op. I think you should buy this game because it is one of the best games ever made! Thank you capcom!
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Overall 10
10

Lost Planet

Brian H. Lee, Amazon
23 December 2009
  • Summary: Very underrated game, it doesn't as much attention as other greats but this is up there with some of the most fun games. I recommend this for anyone who likes action adventure games.
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EXCELLENT 9.25 OUT OF 10

ACEMAN1 "HERE TO PISS YOU OFF", Amazon
22 November 2007
  • Summary: Lost Planet delivers fast-paced gameplay that definitely makes shooter fans happy. The shooter controls work excellent as the should for an Xbox 360 title, the graphics are amazing, the alien designs are cool, and it's definitely challenging. Some flaws are noticeable however, such as the storyline(Evil corporation called Nevec, The Frontier Project, and oh no! It turns out main protagonist Wayne was frozen in ice for 30 years! Gasp!
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Overall 10
10

Great Snow Day Game

D. Pellegrino, Amazon
8 March 2007
  • Summary: Lost Planet is beautiful. It was great to play through the single-player game just to explore the amazing levels. The bosses at the end of the levels really make this game stand out. The bosses are big and explosive. At normal difficulty I thought it was just right for providing a challenge without getting frustrated. All XBox-360 owners should get a chance to play though the single-player game during the winter.
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Overall 10
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An absolute blast to play!!!

Jeremy Williams, Amazon
1 March 2007
  • Summary: This game is great, from the start you are tossed in to a fast paced action packed thrill ride. Yes this game does have some fairly difficult parts in it but that just makes it all the sweeter once you beat that nasty boss at the end of a mission. The graphics are superb and the gameplay is top notch. This game was worth every penny I payed for it.
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Thawing out the old school

flaviolius, Amazon
29 January 2007
  • Summary: Capcom, you've done it again! The developer that brought us Resident Evil continues its excellence in the next generation. In an industry that is relying more and more on realism and sequels, Capcom bucks the trend. First they graced the 360 with Dead Rising, the most original horror game in years, and now they've outdone themselves with the delightfully old-school shooter called Lost Planet: Extreme Condition.
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Lost Planet: Extreme Condition

swapgame
14 January 2007
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Lost Planet: Extreme Condition

swapgame
14 January 2007
  • Conclusion: After Dead Rising you'd think Capcom can't do any better but your wrong this is probebly want jamesriley said as this is in my view a level lower than Gears of War with fantastic graphics and gameplay.
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Lost Planet: Extreme Condition

Miss K. Penfold "catcrazy", amazon.co.uk
3 February 2014
  • Summary: I brought this for my friend for Christmas and she said it was really good, and really enjoyed the game
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