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Lost Planet: Extreme Condition (PS3)

alaTest has collected and analyzed 63 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the multi player mode and design. The action and value for money are also mentioned favorably. Views are divided on the gameplay. Many are critical about the AI and story.

value for money, action, design, multi player

story, AI

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the Lost Planet: Extreme Condition (PS3) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 78/100 = Good quality.

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Lost Planet: Extreme Condition (PlayStation 3)

 

Capcom's shooter Lost Planet comes to the PlayStation 3 more than a year after its Xbox 360 debut, and it has a few extra goodies up its sleeve, such as more multiplayer maps and characters to tempt those who have never gone hunting for giant bugs in...

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Lost Planet: Extreme Condition (PS3)

 

With plenty of better polished shooters already on the market, Lost Planet: Extreme Condition fails to make another splash on a marketplace that once welcomed it with open arms.

Interesting enemy design; solid use of sound; unique visual atmosphere

Confusing story; bizarre gameplay quirks; chugging frame rate

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Lost Planet: Extreme Condition (PS3)

 

Kill 'em all and let the exterminator sort 'em out.

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Lost Planet: Extreme Condition

 

Xbox 360 owners have been playing Lost Planet: Extreme Condition for quite some time now. When the game was originally released players clamored into the frigid environment in search of heat and set out to kick alien butt. As we all know "exclusivity"...

If you played Lost Planet for the 360 then there frankly isn't any reason to spend time with the PlayStation 3 version. The original release stands out as the better version. With that being said if you're new to the game then by all means give this...

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Lost Planet: Extreme Condition

 

Last year's popular 360 shooter suffers from a tepid port to the PS3.

Gorgeous style; unique blend of Western and Japanese design; most of the boss fights

A-to-B level design; mediocre AI; serious slowdown issues; lame bonuses; overall mixed experience

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Lost Planet: Extreme Condition

 

Xbox 360 shooter lukewarm on PS3

Enormous bosses ; Anime-style mechs ; Grappling hook antics

Inferior visuals ; Corny story and acting ; Run-of-the-mill action

It’s a decent enough shoot-em-up - and the multiplayer is good, letting you fight both on-foot and in Vital Suits. But it doesn’t have enough new ideas or a sharp enough aiming system, while the story lacks depth. It's a Capcom game at heart - but time...

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Lost Planet: Extreme Condition

 

For almost a year now, gamers on the PC and Xbox 360 platforms have been running through the knee-deep snow fields of Lost Planet. When there was little hope of this title gracing the PlayStation 3 console, Capcom decided to release the game on the...

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Lost Planet: Extreme Condition

 

An original sci-fi shooter from the developers of Dead Rising, Lost Planet takes place in an arctic wasteland populated by aliens and a ragtag group of pirates. The world, E.D.N. III, is home to the Akrid, an insect-like race that is threatened by an encr

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Lost Planet: Extreme Condition- PS3

 

This game looks amazing and plays the same. Epic monster battles and frantic MP make this, imo, one of the best games on the console. Not much really needs to be said. You have a gun and shoot aliens, or you are in a mech and shoot aliens. Maybe not...

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Lost Planet: Extreme Condition- PS3

 

Lost Planet is a great game. It's a shame that it took sooo long to get it ported to the Playstation, but it's probably worth the wait. This is because Capcom have added more detail into the game (graphics, feel of the game). And they have also added...

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