The larger than life action of Lost Planet 2, comes to PC! Lost Planet 2 is the sequel to Lost Planet™: Extreme Condition, the landmark third-person shooter which debuted on Xbox 360 and went on to sell over 2.3 million units worldwide after its release.Read full description
DirectX®: DirectX 9.0c or over
Multiplayer requirements: Internet Connectivity
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Lost Planet 2 is an unsuccessful and frustrating sequel to Lost Planet: Extreme Condition. In this version you rarely see things that can be attributed to their novelty. In this game, the player is looking for a specific goal, but he is frustrated with finding it soon. The game consist of several chapters and episodes, But I think the most breathtaking and exciting parts in each level are boss fights. Fighting with giants monsters is really cool and memorable experience. The most important element that raises the game to a great degree, is its game graphics. Other features of the game are variations that the player can create on the character. These changes include: clothes. Weapons and also motions that the main character is able to do in different situations. Finally, Lost Planet 2 is a good and engaging game and is recommended to fans of the genre of science fiction games.
The second part of Lost Planet does not bring much novelty to the table, so it repeats the mistakes of the original. Many of the controversial solutions, however, are an integral part of the series, which, like Monster Hunter, requires the acceptance of a dull system of character movement and the inadequate mechanics of the gameplay. If the above short description seems disingenuous to you and you expect a neatly designed solo campaign, then do not invest more in this game.
It can be fun if you find someone who wants to play with you. This is a cooperative online game, or at least it should have been since there is no real cooperation between you and your friends. Lost Planet 1 was good, a bit soulless but good. Once you've played Lost Planet 2, Lost Planet 1 will be the best game ever made. This game lacks so many things I don't know why I completed it. Instead of a campaign mode you just have arenas to fight bosses or enemy soldiers. There is a plot, but so vague you won't care (you will even feel the urge to skip video sequences). This game is so poorly made it didin't even have music at some parts. You start in the middle of a fight, you take down all the enemies in every area and once you've reached the end you'll have to face a loading screen or a stats screen. That would be ok if it wasn't every 10 minutes. How not to make a sequel. Actually, how not to make a videogame.
I think Lost Planet 2 is underrated by a lot of people, but the game is really quite good in my opinion.All the monsters that you kill are different and fun to shoot at.I recommend that you play it with a friend because it's more fun that way.If you play alone it wont be fun fighting the big bosses and you won't have fun at all.One of the best co-op games i've played in a while.
This game should be accredited as "monster hunter in space" and it a beautiful sequel to lost colonies. Unfortunately this game never received the hype and due that it deserved. It's a mix of challenging and rewarding and is amazing when with a group of other players, especially in the co-op. The games real appeal is not even it's story either (though it is an awesome one and very animesque) but rather it's character customization and fighting akrid, with the vital suits being a close 2nd to those two. The game's mechs or vital suits are awesome and each as it's own feel and some have their own lil secrets. The akrid actually tie in with the story and add abit more depth as well and are also the most engaging for boss battles. With skills/abilities determining how exactly you will do those battles and also battle against the enemy factions. This game is an amazing experience with others online and my personal suggestion is to buy the title and to love the awesomeness of this game's online experience.
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