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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.

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Die extremen und wechselhaften klimatischen Bedingungen, die für die Lost-Planet-Reihe so charakteristisch sind, stellen sich diesmal noch harscher dar. Lost Planet 3 enthüllt neue Wahrheiten über den unheilvollen Planeten und die Kolonialgeschichte von E.D.N. III.

Lost Planet 3 hat in Jim Peyton einen neuen Protagonisten, einen Mech-Piloten, der die Erde verlässt, um einen gleichermaßen gefährlichen wie lukrativen Job auf E.D.N. III anzunehmen. Er arbeitet für Neo-Venus Construction (NEVEC), eine Firma, die den Planeten auf die Besiedelung vorbereitet. Jim trifft in der Coronis-Basis auf den Rest der Vorhut und beginnt, sich einen Überblick über das nicht kartografierte Terrain zu verschaffen und Proben der planeteneigenen Energiequelle zu nehmen – Thermalenergie.

Da sich die vorhandene Thermalenergie von NEVEC dem Ende neigt, hängt das Schicksal der Coronis-Mission vom Fund natürlicher Energiereserven ab. Als ihm klar wird, dass dies eine willkommene Möglichkeit sein könnte, eine Menge Geld zu scheffeln und auch noch vorzeitig zu seiner Familie zurückzukehren, stellt sich Jim den Gefahren, die die feindselige Umgebung und die Bedrohung durch die einheimischen Akriden darstellen.

Sein Versorgungs-Mech ist für Jim eine Art Heim in der Fremde: Er verfügt über eine Vielzahl von Werkzeugen, die Jim in der Außenwelt extrem nützlich sein können. In ihm ist Jim sicher und kann nicht nur seiner Arbeit nachgehen, sondern auch in der Unwirtlichkeit seiner neuen Umgebung bestehen.

Lost Planet 3 wartet mit einer enormen Gameplay-Bandbreite auf, die von Zu-Fuß-Kämpfen bis hin zu intensiver Action in der Ego-Perspektive reicht. Dank mehreren Multiplayer-Modi und einem fesselnden Einzelspieler-Erlebnis taucht Lost Planet 3 noch tiefer in das Lost-Planet-Universum ein. Verdeckte Wahrheiten werden gelüftet in der einzigartigen und dynamischen Welt von E.D.N. III.

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Freitag, 30. August 2013
English, French, German, Italian, Spanish
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Minimum Requirements
  • OS: Windows® XP (32-bit)
  • Processor: Dual core CPU 2.5 GHz
  • Memory: 3 GB RAM
  • Hard Disk Space: 16 GB free hard drive space
  • Video Card: NVIDIA® GeForce® 9800 or better, ATI RadeonTM HD 4770 or better
  • Sound: Standard audio device
Recommended Requirements
  • OS: Windows® 7
  • Processor: Quad core 2.7 GHz or better
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Hard Disk Space: 16 GB free hard drive space
  • Video Card: NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 460 or better, ATI RadeonTM HD 7790 or better
  • Sound: 5.1 audio device

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This game is now officially my "biggest positive surprise of 2016

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.

Give it a go!

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

Dont like the new rebooted system

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.

Lost Planet in a new skin.

The game isn't that bad as the critic reviews may suggest. The music is good, the visuals are quite acceptable (on my older rig), the storytelling is capturing. The voiceover is good but the audio quality is a bit strange. True, it has some tedious parts and lack of rig-weaponry; somehow, it doesn't feel right. I enjoyed the maintenance tasks with the rig which is well suited for those, but for combat is unsatisfying. Yes it tries to be Dead Space-like, but I felt some Rage and Mass Effect in it. No achievements so there is little to no replay value for me right now even if I left out a bunch of collectibles. The key configuration is a bit awkward and didn't allow me to remap most of the keys, i.e., use E for multiple actions was rejected, even though some keys were by default mapped to many actions at one. Still, its a buy for me.

Lost Planet series rebooted

I was not quite sure how high my expectations regarding this game should be, after the second Lost Planet game, which (although visually superior) didn't manage to remain as interesting as the first part of the series as far as the story and tension go. Fortunately the third game returns to the right track with everything that was wrong in the previous part. The storyline is much better and I think I won't be spoiling it when I say this game is actually a prequel to the series. This gives us the opportunity to play as beginners in survival on this dangerous planet, and offers interesting challenges. And even if visuals could be a bit better, they're good enough for demanding players of today. So even though I am afraid the game will not win popularity contests against other recent releases, it is still a very solid game, now backed up with solid story, good characters and interesting gameplay.

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