The extreme and unpredictable conditions that characterized the Lost Planet series return, harsher than ever before. Lost Planet 3 reveals new truths about the foreboding planet and the colonial history of E.D.N. III.Read full description
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In my opinion, Lost Planet 3 is completely considered an ordinary game that does not introduce in itself any variety, positive point or new and particular element. But one of the positive point about this game is its great designing environments that really enjoyable, The E.D.N III planet is covered with snow and has a sting, numb, and dead environment, Although these features are very boring and repetitive, they are well-suited to Lost Planet 3 to describe the planetary states. There are plenty boss fights on the game which have a great deal, but none of them will have a lot of challenges, because there are orange-colored spots simply on different locations in their body that will tell you where to shoot. If you like Lost Planet 1 and enjoyed it, you definitely entertain with Lost Planet 3.
The story is not bad. It might be some kind of interesting and exciting though! The narrative of the game could be better than this. When you start the game, you will see a dark and cold planet and it cause the game gets exciting for you. Many different and non purpose missions have to be done at the beginning of the game, and to do so you need to board a large vehicle called Rig. In fact, it is a very large and powerful vehicle with interesting features. You may feel at first it's an open world game , but later you will understand it is not. Sound and Voice effects are weakly done in the game. You hear repeated music and repetitive ambient sounds. Different creatures have a lot of similar voices, and sometimes you get tired of hearing them. graphics was neither so bad nor so good. The cold environment of the planet, though repetitive and tedious, was associated with a scary environment. The interior was well designed and interesting in its kind. But repeating the different environments of the planet was really annoying. You went to different places on missions, but you would not feel different. This game was not so bad that you hated it and not so good and perfect as to make it one of the best games in the series. Lost Planet 3 is not a very perfect experience !
Lost planet 3 is a game that I've had fun with walking around in the utility rig stomping over things without really using the quick travel function. I guess big mech don't really need actual weapons to be awesome! Below are the pros and cons of the game that I've summed up. Pros: 1. You get to walk around and crush things on foot or pick them up on your utility rig. 2. Fighting with giant crab doesn't make you feel like a small fry. 3. You learn that throwing grenades into a big akrid's mouth causes the explosions to muffle instead of blowing them up. 4. Hidden weapons from old inaccessible areas from previous visits. 5. Ammo are everywhere during combat, so no worries about bullet/grenade shortage. Cons: 1. Melee is essentially useless. 2. Instructions is not made for keyboard users. Turning valve on utility rig for keyboard by default is F. 3. Side quest is not attractive and essentially ignorable. 4. Did not fight last boss on utility rig :( 5. Last quick time event is highly reliant on a sensitive keyboard. Conclusion: Overall, Lost Planet 3 is a so-so game because there's too little bossfights in my opinion. I suggest getting it during a sale as the full price isn't really worth it.
After reading the reviews of this game, I was a little hesitant about getting it. However once I did, I couldn't put it down. I really enjoyed the story and game play. Capcom did a great job polishing this game. Some moments feel a lot like dead space, where as other moments are more action oriented. Wonderful game overall. and worth a look into. 8/10. Giant robots and monster aliens. Enough said
The first few hours, the game gives the illusion of an open world, with each region being associated with some other (much like the recent Monster Hunter) where we go from one point to another completing quests and returning back to our base to buy upgrades arms and our robot. The problems start after the first piece, so the title "hits" a severe form of identity crisis when converted (or at least trying) to a ... survival-horror in dark, claustrophobic spaces in the footsteps of Dead Space.
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