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  • Plattform: PC
  • Release: 29.06.2007
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Lost Planet: Extreme Condition - Colonies Edition
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Über das Spiel

Lost Planet: Extreme Conditions ist ein Third Person Shooter, der in der dystopischen Gesellschaft spielt.

In einer von Schneestürmen gepeitschten und von gefährlichen Außerirdischen wimmelnden Welt wird Wayne Holden aus dem Eis gerettet. Sein Erinnerungsvermögen hat er fast vollständig verloren. Von nun an kämpft er darum, die Wahrheit über seine Vergangenheit herauszufinden. Doch nur verräterische Schneepiraten und die geheimnisvolle NEVEC Corporation sind übrig: Gibt es noch jemanden, dem man vertrauen kann, oder ist alles verloren?


  • CPU: Pentium 4 HT
  • GFX: VRAM 256 MB, GeForce6600
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • Software: Windows XP, DirectX9.0c/Shader3.0
  • HD: 8 GB
  • SFX: DirectX9.0 kompatibel
  • INET: Internetverbindung wird vorausgesetzt
  • Disc: Drive: DVD9 kompatibel
  • CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo
  • GFX: VRAM 512 MB, GeForce8600
  • RAM: 1 GB
  • Software: Windows Vista, DirectX9.0c/Shader3.0
  • HD: 8 GB
  • SFX: DirectX9.0 kompatibel
  • INET: Internetverbindung wird vorausgesetzt
  • Disc: Drive: DVD9 kompatibel

Steam Nutzer-Reviews

172 Produkte im Account
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331 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 19.02.16 17:26
Obwohl ziemlich schwach von der Story, betritt man jedoch mit dem ersten Teil der Lost Planet Triologie eine ziemlich düstere Welt mit jede Menge Knarren, Explosionen und riesigen Gegnern.
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Verfasst: 14.11.20 19:03
[h1]Review verfasst am 14.11.2020[/h1]

Endlich hab ich das Game nachgezockt. Und obwohl das Spiel von 2007 ist, ist es sehr gut gealtert. Stellt man die Grafik auf WQHD und alles auf Hoch und Ultra, sieht das Spiel immer noch grafisch akzeptabel bis gut aus. Auch der Sound geht noch voll in Ordnung. Die Steuerung mit dem xbox360 Controller funktioniert sehr gut. Die Story fand ich auch toll. Es gibt verschiedene Waffen und Mechs und auch teils hefig riesige Bossgegner. Das Gegnerdesign ist überhaupt interessant. Nur die KI ist etwas schwach, aber das konnte ich verschmerzen. Bugs hab ich keine gefunden. Ich hab ca. 9 Stunden gebraucht. Weswegen die Preis/Leistung ok ist.

[h1]Lost Planet: Extreme Condition ist eine kleine Retro Perle, mit einer gut gealterten Grafik. Ich kann das Spiel allen Actionfans wärmstens empfehlen. Deswegen Daumen Hoch! :D [/h1]
302 Produkte im Account
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680 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 14.02.20 06:56
EDF: Front Mission Knockback Edition
For the love of god, don't play it on hard

+fantastic mech combat
+Good edf combat most of the time
+Very long for such a small amount of content
+fantastic monster enemies
+fighting mechs as infantry is pretty fun sometimes
+finicky grapple hook! (can't unlock it's true potential unless you cancel your swings mid flight by hitting grapple again)
+the worst weapon in the game, the machine gun, is surprisingly good

-I heard it's too easy on normal and based on the combat, I believe it. However, with most of the challenge coming from dodging heavily telegraphed attacks, aiming at weak points, and recovering from knockback, it is not improved in anyway other then higher enemy count and is not worth playing on hard for
-they won't let you go to the previous checkpoint unless you die, the most annoying part of the fucking game
-the plasma cannon is an overpowered gun that can stunlock mechs to death. I fought 2 rocket wielding mechs at once with little problem. Hell I was able to send one of the mech bosses into a comma, and I had to with his cheap bullshit attacks. If you play on hard, abuse it, it's that bad at times
-Plenty of attacks that can stun lock you for a few minutes, extremely cheap
-Heat doesn't matter except in hard mode. With enemies being more deadly, you might get in the habit of staying out of range like a rational person. However, doing so will prevent you from collecting the much needed energy from the bigger kills
-Bull shit ass hard mode has moments of fantastic challenge and more moments that stomp you in the face with unfair garbage and stunlock
-fucking worm in level 3 kills you instantly on hard unless you hug the right side. it makes you infinitely tumble, even in a fucking vehicle, unless you hug the right wall. If you manage to dodge it's bullshit while tumbling and try to activate a beacon, well fuck you, it instantly kills you with an animation.
-the way to go forward is a little hard to see sometimes (like the white stairs in the intro, the panels in level 3 that kinda look like they indicate a cliff, a mech right next to the door but there's a brick wall that blocks your view of it, a hole in the ceiling in a game where you can't look straight up, etc)
-some animal bosses sap your energy extremely hard, I had to beat half of them on foot with a minigun and one hit KO health
-final boss is an annoying piece of shit on hard, especially during the final phase and the first phase if he refuses to exit vehicle mode
-the final mech you receive is hard to control and very weak for something supposed to be slightly overpowered. wish I could run wayne's mech for that fight :(
-bad story, but who cares? you're gonna skip it/watch it 2x faster on youtube anyway
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Verfasst: 24.02.20 15:02
Yeah, this version works just fine. Stay away from the Colonies Edition, it's glitched to the bone.
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Verfasst: 23.02.20 16:01
very fun game, enjoyed playing it on Xbox360 and had to have it for the PC as well.
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Verfasst: 14.02.20 00:06
great game from my childhood
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Verfasst: 18.02.20 05:45

Not the greatest game i ever played but was good enough to keep me entertained for a solid 7.8 hours
If i had played the game on hardcore mode i probably would not had beaten it so soon as the game has some stupid hard moments where it feels unfair

basically there is no recovery from knockdowns so you end up being flung around a lot like a rag doll when you get bombarded by enemies

other then that the story was good and the combat was enjoyable

i really liked the monster designs and although it was kind corny the story was good
i recommend
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Verfasst: 15.02.20 07:55
I really enjoyed Lost Planet 2 for PS3, and when I saw LP1-3 were on sale for a few bucks I decided to pick them all up. I heard the story for 1 was great which led me to buy it alongside LP2. I really wish I hadn't. The combat is inventive, so long as you are in a VS (robot) but god help you when you are on the ground. You can get stunlocked and killed by a mech repeatedly hitting you with missiles. Any damage stuns you, and the AI is as intelligent as a raccoon with a blindfold. Mech battles are often just you and them trading blows until you both blow up and you go look for a new suit. Don't get attached to any weapon, mech, or item. They are all gone in minutes, traded in for something else.

It was decently fun, though the bosses are a load of crap. They are too easy and not fun at all save for the bosses of stage 8 and 11. Those two bosses are like fighting a 2nd grader in a make believe game. The boss of stage 8 can 1-shot your mechs, and you get 3 total. Kill that one by making pipes roll across the stage to deal more damage than you can do in 5 minutes but then the pipe goes away. All 3 pipes won't kill him. You need the rocket launchers specifically because nothing else does damage worth note. The boss of stage 11 was like fighting a 5 year old in a swordfight. He was invincible while moving, shooting, and whenever he felt like it. He is immune to just about every projectile you can send his way, sends out a couple of long lasting homing rockets+lasers every chance he gets (which you can't shoot down because the auto-aim targeting the projectile immune boss can't be disabled), and he can also kill you in a few seconds by stunlocking you with guns. It took me 48 minutes of hell to beat him by the only viable strategy I could think of or find. I ran at him and spammed (charged) left click and hoped he didn't decide not to take no damage for no reason. Without the motive for the achievement, I would have rather slammed my head into the wall for 48 minutes instead of fighting this boss. I did however beat him, not because I wanted to, but because I simply couldn't let him get away with his *strategy* and *fair tactics*.

The story can go take a hike too because it was confusing and illogical. Basically people (military) want to terraform the frozen planet so people of earth can live there. We as pirates can't let that happen because it will kill the 1000 or so remaining starving pirates on the planet. Nevermind that I've personally blown the brains out of 300 or so and that everyone of the military is going to be safe in cryosleep until the planet is done terraforming. Lets blow up the orbital station and kill all those people so they can't terraform this wasteland into a good planet and we are the good guys btw :). In the end, it turns out (in certain areas) there isn't millennia of permafrost and instead (alien) grass has already grown beneath which we can totally use. What? Also the main character lost his memory because reasons.

Combat: 6/10
Story: 4/10
Bosses / Arenas: 2/10
Final score for this game: 4/10. I wish I had just skipped it and went to Lost Planet 2 instead.
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Verfasst: 16.12.19 01:32
The Rebirth of Lost Planet starts today!
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Verfasst: 08.02.20 17:58
Great graphics, fast play, Good story line, I really like this FPS, I think if you like a fast paced game, this one is for you !!!!
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Verfasst: 24.11.19 06:53
Nostalgia. Pure Nostalgia.
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Verfasst: 29.03.20 01:44
Hoth: The Video Game

This is a fun third person shooter/mecha jank. The game is not broken, but it's not the most polished either. It does feels like it could use a couple more mechanics to give more depth to the gameplay, maybe climbing mechanics a la Dragon's Dogma or Shadow of the Colossus. The grappling hook feature is neat but its utility is quite limited. The mech riding was fun. The mechs designs and features are pretty interesting. The gameplay is just okay, typical PS2 era third person shooter stuff. I sorta brute forced my way in through the game, and it took only 7 hours to beat the game on Normal difficulty, so yeah. The multiplayer online battle is dead.
The story is decent, very anime, not the most memorable.

If you're a mech fan, and you're desperate for mecha related content, check this one out on the weekend.

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Verfasst: 23.04.20 19:05
I found the planet
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Verfasst: 07.04.20 11:02
Story was really bad and made little sense and gameplay is very, very, very bad.
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Verfasst: 23.05.20 21:22
Loved this game, I hope they remake it one day.
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Verfasst: 20.05.20 06:39
Decent game to play, being able to fight on foot or inside in one of the various mechs you can find during your missions was cool, the music score is not that of a wonder but it will suffice for the atmosphere it tries to create. The story is interesting enough but feels like they could have done more work with the characters themselves and their relationships between. 7/10
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Verfasst: 27.04.20 23:10
i think this was one of the first ps3 games i played when ps3 was new, and inwas impressed by the graphics then....but i dont recommend this game. Its extremely basic, and didn't age well at all. The game feels like a cell phone shooter, and lacks stuff to do besides trudging through the linear generic story and genaric characters development....which there really isn't much of either
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Verfasst: 01.05.20 18:55
Super Fun!
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nice 3x
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What is Lost Planet ?

Unlike the third game which was the other lost planet game I played before this one, it put me to sleep in the first 10 minutes, this one at least I could play for 20 minutes without falling asleep which I dont know if its a good or a bad thing, on one side we have a game that is so boring it makes you sleep but as someone who have insomnia putting me to sleep should be a positive thing and on the other side the game is so boring and uninsteresting but not in such an extreme way that puts you to sleep making it utterly useless, its just boring in a way that makes you uninterested and make you uninstall the game, I have no idea why I got this trilogy on steam, talk about money throwed in the trash, maybe because it was probably a cheap bundle during a sale I could buy to increase my library size but after sitting in my library for years and finally give them a chance, I do think that in terms of gameplay LP1 was a bit more fun and energetic with even better controls than 3 but either way still boring af, the lost planet franchise is very bland, boring and generic and its good its staying where it belongs, dead and being buried under the sa.... snow!!!!
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Verfasst: 04.06.20 05:02
Lost planet surprised me in many ways. At the start of the game you tell yourself: Oh nice it's a game about monsters and mech thats cool! Then you get further and realise that it's becoming a platformer. And then you get to the end and you're like WHAT IS HAPPENING? Still I had plenty of fun playing it. The AI is sometimes really dumb and some other times it's like a damn terminator. Trying to get in a mech after blowing up yours is one ugly ride when you are behing surrounded by enemies that keep spamming rokets and you ragdoll everywhere. The difficulty is generally ok depending on the mission or your luck with the AI but the final boss is... wierd. You get from a relatively slow paced game to a BRAAAAH FLY EVERYWHERE JUMP AROUND AIR DOGFIGHT FTW! It's unsetteling for the least. Story is ok, graphics are pretty smooth and game runs perfectly. Although I gotta add, the innability to run is perhaps the most annoying part of the game. 7/10
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Verfasst: 17.06.20 08:29
A nice little game to play when listening to a podcast or something in the background; doesn't take much thought and health is too plentiful. The final boss fight was disappointing.
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Verfasst: 19.11.14 18:33
[h1]TL:DR? See Conclusion[/h1]

Lost Planet: Extreme Conditions is the first game on Lost Planet franchise. Developed and Published by Capcom, it was originally designed to be an Xbox 360 (2006) exclusive but was later released for the PC (2007) and subsequently, the Playstation 3 (2008).

The player takes the role of Wayne Holden, a Snow Pirate surviving in a failed colonization project of an alien world known as E.D.N. III. Said planet was a prospective new home planet for humanity until it was discovered that: 1. Its covered in perpetual winter. 2. Its home to a hostile alien species known as the Akrid. Wayne, along with his father was supposed to be hunting a particularly powerful Akrid but it proved too powerful and soon things went from bad to worst as Wayne finds himself left for dead in the frozen surface of the planet. He was later recovered and revived (with amnesia) by another group of Snow Pirates who came across his frozen body. Join Wayne in his quest to recover his memories and piece together a conspiracy by a mysterious corporation known as NEVEC.

+ Graphically and Visually stunning despite being 8 years old at the time of writing this review (2014).
+ Vital Suits (V.S.) are fun to pilot and to play
+ Healthy amount of Variety on the above mentioned VS, each having their own strengths and weaknesses
+ Good Music and Sound Effects (although the voice acting could have used a bit more work)
+ Good enemy variety
+ Epic boss battles
+ Large enough levels for exploration however...(See CON #7)
+ Great environment, level design and refreshing new setting (abandoned frozen planet)
+ Performance Test functionality (which is proper since the game HAD a heavy system requirement back in 2007 for the PC version)

- Voice acting could have been better (or they could have used the original Japanese with english subtitles)
- Story line is a bit hard to follow if you're not paying attention
- Not very memorable characters
- The jumps between cutscenes and missions are sometimes disconnected.
- Poor A.I. (You'll see more intelligence in a Coma patient than the Human Enemy AI in this game.)
- Repetitive combat
- Unrewarding and pointless collectibles that serve no purpose in gameplay or story. (You don't get rewarded for exploration.)

Its a NICE game that could have been done better. I can still give it my RECOMMENDATION because I particularly liked my experience with it. It can get a boring at times, but Lost Planet: Extreme Conditions does make for a good pass time since the levels are interesting and satisfying to play through.

The visuals are great which are complemented with good music and sound effects however, the voice acting is tolerable at best. The combat gets too repetitive at times and the human enemy AI is woefully underwhelming but the fun and excitement found when using the Vital Suits does make up for it.

All in all, its an AVERAGE game. RECOMMENDED to be bought on a SALE rather than full price.

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Verfasst: 15.10.20 19:07
Fun little game that only takes a few hours to beat
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Verfasst: 24.09.20 14:04
Lost Planet 1 is an enjoyable third person shooter which serves as a look into the past. Whilst the game was not critically acclaimed, it spawned the third person shooter/mecha hybrid trilogy of the Lost Planet series, which is still loved to this day. Whilst the game is not amazing and was not amazing by even standards of the past, playing through it again fourteen years after the initial release has been an enjoyable time, and I feel it's worth checking out for those who have never played it before.

Coming back to Lost Planet 1 fourteen years after its initial launch and my initial playthrough has been quite an experience. I remember having so much difficulty when I was younger playing the game, to the point that it actually felt like I was playing a survival game more than a 3rd-person-shooter, but I've just recently gone through it on Hard with minimal issues aside from when having to learn how to deal with a new boss. I remember now why I loved the series in the first place, and it's got me hoping for a fourth installment in the series.

Now then, I'll be rating this game based off of today's standards of gaming, and will be giving the game what I view as a fitting score for such.

For this review and others like it, feel free to check out and follow my personal Steam Curator page if you'd like! https://store.steampowered.com/curator/36761101-Miphnificent

The Good:

- Difficulties feel fine-tuned. Whilst the normal difficulty of the game definitely feels as though it's a bit of an easy affair, it feels as though it's just right for a normal difficulty, with Hard feeling like an actual slog against insurmountable odds at times. There were moments where I found myself fighting through large caverns clamoring for whatever thermal energy I could find so I could push my VS just that tiny bit further onwards, only to run out and have to fight on foot with my health bar slowly dwindling, hoping to kill the enemy before it kills me. Overall very solid, and I suggest Hard for everyone starting out.

- Good enemy variety. There's enough enemy variety in the game to never feel bored, keeping you on your toes as you round the next corner never being fully aware as to whether there's a new Akrid or VS around the corner. It makes you learn what VS's or weapons are good for which, and the game doesn't relent throughout the entire game. There's also enough unique bosses to have a decent challenge, and each one has its own unique way of being properly dispatched.

- Enough weapons and VS's to NEVER be bored. There's a vast array of weapons for both on-foot and whilst aboard a VS, and the game continues to give you new shiny toys all the way until the last level, throwing a new thing at you here and there to cut through the enemy akrid or VS's with. Almost every weapon, grenade, or VS has its own place and can be utilized for different things.

- Handles exceptionally well on M+KB. I went into this with a controller as I'd expected a game from 2006 to handle horrendously on M+KB, but honestly it handles stupendously, and I don't think I could ever go back to controller if I ever decided to play the game again. Does require a little tweaking of the controls, and sadly the popups telling you what buttons do what aren't mapped for keyboard, but you can get a general understanding quite easily.

The Ok:

- The bosses. I'd like to say they were ALL good, but I actually found myself quite frustrated with a few of them. Most of the boss encounters are really interesting and enjoyable, making you learn what best to use on them, but there are a few which are just frustrating due to spammy attacks which make it incredibly agitating to deal with them.

- The music and sound design in general. Musical score isn't exactly the best, but it isn't the worst either. I quite like a lot of the music, but sometimes it's almost nonexistent within certain levels. Regarding sound design, some things sound great but others sound merely alright, to the point that they just sound like generic iterations of whatever they're meant to portray, such as the machine gun sounding like a toy. There are things such as VS's and such however which just sound overall great in most aspects.

- Grappling Hook mechanics. Whilst not terrible, I wouldn't say they're exactly great. It's awesome that it was added into the game, however it has some issues with latching onto the right part of terrain, latching onto terrain lower than you're usually aiming at. Does allow for you to latch onto enemies and such, which allows for expansive ways to dispatch foes.

- The story. It is simply an OK storyline, and definitely has that early 2000's story feel, with it being a revenge plot and blahblahblah.

- The Characters. Whilst most of them are at least somewhat likable, the interactions they have amongst themselves are awkward at times, especially during reunions which feel like the characters are almost strangers. There's very little character progression outside of one of the supporting characters which YOU MEET HALFWAY THROUGH THE GAME. They're not exactly memorable, and if any of them are it's the protagonist and the generically named supporting character.

The Bad:

- Stunlock. This game has SO MANY INSTANCES OF STUNLOCK. Bullets, Akrid attacks, tiny pebbles, anything that's destructible. There's so much in this game which can just combo you into a string of being unable to actually move whilst you await the welcome embrace of death as you're complaining about how bullshit it is to be dragged across the map by a single attack, hitstun into losing your VS or just dying in the end.

- The final boss. Whilst I did touch on saying that some of the bosses aren't exactly the greatest, the end-boss deserves his own section as he serves to be the period upon the game, signaling that the ride is over after you've defeated him. Very poorly designed with attacks that have seemingly no rhythm, pattern, or anything as he spams attacks with no lead-up. Defeating him is an easy enough task, but it's not at all satisfying as you have to cheese combo him to death.

Final Score: 7.5/10

Worth $14.99? There's definitely worse games you could buy at the price of $15, but there's also better, and this game goes on sale quite often. Entirely up to you realistically, as this one's a toss up for me.

Closing Thoughts: I remember getting this game fourteen years ago on the Xbox 360, and the experience of then versus now is vastly different and improved, to the point that I feel I fully appreciate the game for what it is. Whilst it's no masterpiece by any means, I've found a new love for the game, and will probably come back to experience it again and see what I can do better.
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Verfasst: 27.09.20 20:09
An old school, short and a bit awkward but still ok.
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Verfasst: 15.08.20 10:53
I wish they made it a little more like the old star wars battlefront 2.. I feel like i am playing Arctic Ragdoll Simulator everytime I meet a boss
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Verfasst: 16.10.20 00:10
awesome game!
played it like crazy back on my 360.

decent story, insane fighting, cool monsters.
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Verfasst: 02.12.20 13:43
In Lost Planet, you fight on the ground and in mechs against humans, mechs, monsters and bugs on an ice planet. Lost Planet comes in two versions: the Extreme condition and the Extreme Condition Colonies Edition. The latter allows you to play multiplayer, however it comes at a great cost: windows live. If you don't care about multiplayer, you may as well take the version without windows live.

+ gunplay
+ many boss fights you may not have encountered in other games before
+ short. it doesn't overstay its welcome
+ decent graphics
+ one of the better mech games if you are into mechs
+ fun

- controls: forced toggle aim and m2 to go back in the main menu
- while the story and the characters kept me interested, it could have been fleshed out more to make it more memorable
- ending could have been better

Lost Planet is short, fun and a solid game for 2006. If you like mech combat and many boss fights, I'd recommend Lost Planet.
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Verfasst: 25.11.20 06:31
god i miss this game, its sad that companies don't make games like they use to.
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Verfasst: 02.01.21 02:32
A series that seriously deserves a grand comeback. An idea from capcom that had the potential to be come a sci-fi equivalent to Monster Hunter if they'd done things right. Instead they ruined it by trying to make it a copy of every other popular high selling game with Lost Planet 3 which had completely killed the soul of this series. Its a legitimately fun game that deserves some love. Is it the best game ever? no. But who can say no to fighting giant aliens with mechs?
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Verfasst: 28.12.20 23:06
Worked without issues. Glad I stumbled on this classic from when I tried Xbox 360. Their failure rate made me never trust microsoft again :/
Had two of them that failed.

Oh, suck it saber interactive! mudrunner crashes with MSI afterburner but a game from 2007 has no issues with it!
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Verfasst: 02.01.21 07:07
A fun retro romp through a frozen wasteland
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Verfasst: 01.01.21 11:22
The game has some cool gameplay mechanics, especially the mechs.
If playing normal: It will be easy.
If playing hard: The game was clearly not playtested. Visual effects from explosions will completely blind you for nearly 10 seconds, you will get stunlocked to death, you will accidentally detach/equip/punch/enter/exit things you don't want to because it's all the same button, some bosses either require heavy cheese or pure RNG to beat.

Personally if you want to know what the first Lost Planet game is like just burn through it on normal and call it a day.
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Verfasst: 09.01.21 19:22
Great game, loved playing it as a wee lad way back yonder during the early days of the 360.
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180 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 13.11.20 02:31
Not sure why i picked up this game. I didnt like it as a kid, still dont like it now. But oddly enough, it has this strange nostalgia to me, seeing the giant worms as you move across the barren tundra really blew me away as a kid. Now its standard stuff but the explosion effects and the sparks were really damn cool as a launch title for the 360. The game just oozes early 360 era with trying to be massive in every way, even if it suffers in the gameplay. Im not going to not recommend it, but you are warned this game isnt very good. $15 is a bit steep but considering its capcom, it will go on sale for a couple dollars very often. Atleast this lost planet runs well compared to lost planet 2 that runs or doesnt depending on the time of day.
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698 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 14.02.21 15:29
Brilliant, plenty of action retro shooter, easily worth 2 quid
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451 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 04.02.21 03:20
Overall a 6/10 rating from me, what it lacks in graphics and story it makes up for with fun gameplay.


[ ] Terrible

[x] Decent

[ ] Amazing

[ ] Masterpiece


[ ] Bleeding Eyes

[x] Respectable

[ ] A step above

[ ] A sight to behold


[ ] Boring

[ ] Passes Time

[x] Engaging

[ ] Exhilarating
190 Produkte im Account
56 Reviews
817 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 14.02.21 21:34
A highly demanding, yet well executed product with inspiring visual communication. Clearly, the vital suit models had to have been my most favorable aspect, aside from the reptilian Akrid, due to their salient graphical representations and differing functions. In the end, this is one of the few CAPCOM concoctions that I find virtually deserving of one's time and money.
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105 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 14.02.21 05:06
As bad as i remember
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Verfasst: 08.03.21 03:53
one of capcom's most underrated games
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Verfasst: 06.03.21 09:19
Good back then, still good now
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Nicht Empfohlen
624 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 03.05.21 16:32
Story got boring for me after the half way though still the mechs are fun too use and the graphics are thumbs up.
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1345 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 22.03.21 19:27
Honestly... Lost Planet is one of my favorite games. It came out when I was a mere lad and I would say it still holds up today with everything set on max settings. This series just gave me so much joy as I was growing up and deeply saddens me to not see it expand further from the third release in 2013.

I've played a lot of games through my life and I can say that this one has definitely shone throughout a lot of them due to it's boldness to be different in a time where FPS' were starting to dominate over TPS'. Now it's far from perfect BUT, nevertheless the game has such great moments and scenes that stick into your mind because they are so amazing!

The BOSSES! OOOOOOOOO THE BOSSES! One of the most memorable boss fights for me was the Green Eye! Built up from your first encounter with him and being known as an unstoppable Akrid just sets the tone for the rest of the game and I LOVE IT!

Fighting giant monsters with mechs is always an amazing idea, especially when you can hope in and out of different ones with a variety of different fighting/shooting styles for each of them. My only hope for the future is that Capcom sees what an amazing game this and the second one was so that they might revive this series in the future.

So thanks for reading and I hope you might like this game as much as I did!
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379 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 13.06.21 14:37
[h1] It's good, but not without flaws [/h1]

It's a crime of me that this game flew under my radar for years until recently, this game had it all that suits my niche; a one man army situation? Mechs? A planet wasteland? Giant fucking monsters? This really had it all. If I knew about this earlier, I would've consider this as one of my favorite games I've ever played. However, this game is flawed in a way, but it didn't really impact my experience so far, until the final fucking boss that is, but we'll get to that.

[h1] le good [/h1]

First impressions are very important in video games and damn did they nailed it here, this game does not waste your time in telling you what's going on and gets to the point, straightforward and simple. The weapons felt satisfying to shoot and aren't completely useless in most situations. The main feature of the game, the mechs, are awesome, they're slow, clunky and actually packs a punch, and surprisingly they're all not useless too. The grappling hook is neat.

[h1] le bad [/h1]

Probably because I'm not the smartest of the bunch, but goddamn the controls in this game feels odd and janky, I guess it's because this game is originally a console game so it accommodates better with a controller, but it just doesn't feel right with me on keyboard.

The final boss, oh boy, that part of the game, I fucking despise it. The climax of the game, and it was getting really good, until it shits the bed and drops everything you've known about the game, you can suddenly fly now, and you have to suddenly figure it out yourself because the game doesn't really tell you that this is something you're going to learn throughout the game, and the goddamn boss shows you how bullshit it is, he spams homing missiles, spams fucking lasers at you, takes any opportunity to keep its distance from you because the only way for you to even damage it is that you get close and do melee damage which is awfully fucking slow for something you pilot that's considered to be one of the most advanced mechs in the story so far, all while you are both in midair with shitty clunky flying controls that the game never taught you to begin with, the climax left such a horrible taste in my mouth after finishing the game that I felt very mixed about my experience with the game.

[h1] conclusion [/h1]

Overall I enjoyed the game, totally ruined by a terrible fucking final boss, but I loved throughout before reaching that part, I'd recommend getting this game if you haven't heard of it, it's not bad, just expect to be frustrated with the bullshit at the end. I'm not sure if I want to replay it, seeing how there's not much to do in this game.
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771 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 10.07.21 21:59
Such a good fucking game.
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1167 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 03.07.21 05:08
I've loved this game since my childhood
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432 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 25.06.21 12:26
Fun game, bad story, great levels.

So, first, the gameplay is fun. From on foot to the mechs(best part), the gameplay is fast and loud thirdperson shooting done very well, and only gets louder when you hope in a mech. Had enough unique enemies to be expansive without overwhelming, Guns feel powerful enough and you'll always find the right tool for the job just around the corner, but I'll get to that in level design section. Health is usually not a problem, though you're still encouraged to not lose it cause that take mission 'time' away. Also, the ability to switch out the weapons on mechs so you can keep your favorite shotgun, even if your mechs ready to blow.

The story is bad. I'm sorry, but it really is incoherent with way too many people being introduced randomly and enough twists to give you whiplash. I spent the first, I guess, 2/3-3/4 of the game asking why we're trying to stop the bad guys, who have a rather reasonable goal, and only learn later on WHY it's evil. Ontop of that, I actually was left thinking that the weather was new, because of buildings and cars never design for intense snow being in the levels. But no, turns out it was always like that. The story was definitely taking a back seat to the gameplay and level design when it came to priority.

Which brings me to my final point. The mission/levels/ are amazing. Kenji Oguro and his guys deserve a medal or a reward. Every level will feel unique, even when they use the same map, because the enemies or challenge you face will be different. Enough to keep it entertaining, without giving you something out of left field (except for the final boss.). Side passages. Hidden useful weapons/mechs. Items being placed with purpose to help you. Enemies fighting amongst each other. Beacons pointing you where you need to go without overloading your HUD. The levels never felt boring nor a repetitive series of corridors.

The game also still looks amazing even 14 years later as I right this (the day before it's anniversary funny enough). As far as bugs, I had a few issues with voice desync, things getting stuck in the garages, and the scorpions clipping through, but it shouldn't hurt your gameplay.

It's 15 bucks (3 if you're getting it on sale) and you can beat it in less than 12 hours without feeling a grind and have fun shooting bugs in big mechs. Why not?
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107 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 30.08.21 00:00
Recommended fo those who like old-school shooters.
The gameplay is pretty solid, but it is showing its age and is missing a lot of the mechanisms and quality of life features that more modern games have.
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138 Reviews
724 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 12.08.21 05:05
A classic sci-fi shooter from the best era of gaming.

+ Fun gameplay
+ Good graphics with lots of settings to adjust
+ Nice enemy and mech designs

= Hard difficulty isn't hard
= Thermal energy forces you to rush
= Short game of 11 levels

- Basic and stupid story
- Dumb looking characters especially the villains
- The final boss fight is terrible and plays completely differently and super cheap attacks
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47 Reviews
336 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 03.08.21 00:42
I have no idea what the campaign was about


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