Summary: Lost Planet: Colonies Edition has all of the same problems the original game had, only this time with a cheaper price point and a ton of new content. Unfortunately there's not enough new content to warrant buying the game again, but if you're new to the franchise you may want to check out this $30...
Conclusion: While downright beautiful the stale gameplay, mostly dumb AI and incomprehensible (and frankly boring) story make Lost Planet seem like a super model. Fun to look at, just don't expect any depth to it. If you are looking for a pure adrenaline action game, look elsewhere.
Excerpt: Usually a good sign when I keep playing a game even after I've reviewed it. Lost Planet is at times tremendously frustrating and at times tremendously awesome. Frustrating is when you keep getting knocked down from rocket launchers and lasers and can't move for five minutes, at which point you die...
Excerpt: Destroying tons of aliens has always been a staple in gaming and movies. One needs to look no further than the classic movie series, Alien, to see just how fun alien-killing can be. Of course, this was far from the only movie series to put humans against aliens as a major movie plot device.
Excerpt: Capcom met sur le devant de la scène le jeune coréen Lee Byung Hun, machine de guerre incontestée dans cet opus. Un peu plus de 2 ans ont suffit pour le développement de la "bête", avec pas moins de 40 à 50 personnes travaillant dessus.
Excerpt: Something special this way comes… If you’re going to shove players on a planet with terrain consisting of snow, snow and damned snow you better have a bloody good reason for it, and an even better game to back it all up!
Pros: Excellent story., Insane boss fights., Interesting premise., Like playing a film full of good bits., Robots that can out-Gundam a Gundam.
Cons: Bad camera., Often frustrating., Rather short.