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    Lost Planet: Extreme Condition

    Game » consists of 11 releases. Released Dec 21, 2006

    On a frozen planet, one man fights the elements, ice pirates, and gigantic, hostile insectoid aliens to avenge the murder of his father and regain his lost memories.

    vaxadrin's Lost Planet: Extreme Condition (Xbox 360) review

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    Excellent Game, But Get Colonies Instead

    What impressed me most about this game was the multiplayer.  Its focus on Japanese fighting game style tech rolls and i-frames really makes it different from every other shooter on the market, as does the emphasis on platforming and grappling in very vertical levels.  The single player is a blast for one or two run-throughs, but the multiplayer has kept me coming back for a year and a half now.  It has a sizeable community, too, although most if not all have moved on to Colonies.

    If you're considering buying it, make sure you get the Colonies edition instead.  It contains several new additions to the single & multiplayer that greatly enhance the game, and is the same price as this version new (only $30 USD).  Highly recommended.

    Other reviews for Lost Planet: Extreme Condition (Xbox 360)

      It Should have Stayed Lost 0

       Lost Planet to put it quite bluntly is one of the worst titles I have played this year, and one responsible for more frustration than any other. The myriad of flaws in the game come together to create a highly frustrating poorly construed third person shooter that seems to be making an attempt to return to the old school days of shoot em ups and failing miserably by not really delivering on the fun. Lost Planet takes place on a ice covered frozen world which humans are colonising, unfortunately...

      0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

      Lost Cause 0

      I entered into Lost Planet: Extreme Condition expecting nothing more than a Starship Troppers clone in the snow. What I got out was a very japanese game with very stupid story and bad controls.   The story of Lost Planet is as follows, in the year T.C -80 Humans have left earth for no reason to venture out into the galaxy and find a planet named E.D.N III to live on, but shorty after they set up shop they discover the Acrid weird insect like creatues ranging in size and stupidty. Well Human's fl...

      0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

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