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Lost Planet: Extreme Condition

Released on 29 June 2007

Rating: 16+ (PEGI)

4.0 out of 5 (21 customer reviews) | Write a review

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Blood. Runs. Cold.

Mankind is fighting for survival on EDN III. As well as the extreme conditions on the icy planet, the colonisers have encountered a deadly new alien enemy - the Akrid. Emerging from the frozen wastelands, these heat-seeking monsters seem impervious to human weapons. They quickly devastate the human outposts, the survivors fleeing to the safety of space.

The remaining hardened warriors form small groups, snow pirate clans - either determined to find a way of fighting the Akrid scourge, or of plundering the ruins. In one of those groups, Wayne Holden and his father fight a desperate battle against the largest Akrid, the mythical Green Eye. Wayne sees his father die, before he too is encased in the icy blast of Green Eye's attack.

Left for dead, Wayne is found nearly frozen by a snow pirate clan. Wayne's memory is gone, all he can remember is facing Green Eye before the ice closed in. One of his father's inventions, locked to his arm, has saved him.

Uniquely, it allows Wayne to heal himself using the energy from Akrid bodies. Back from the ice and hungry for revenge, alongside his new companions, Wayne must hunt for Green Eye, fight for survival and save a lost planet on the edge of extinction.

The first truly next-generation action game - Lost Planet: Extreme Condition takes the PC to a deadly world of extreme conditions, epic storytelling and all-out combat.

Extreme Conditions: Battle enemies and the environment. Conserve heat from enemy bodies and keep killing, before your temperature drops.

Survival Tools: Defeat giant Akrid using numerous weapons and "Vital Suits" that can upgrade into fast-moving vehicles and heavy tanks.

    Band Together: Beyond the 12 epic single-player missions, take the battle for survival online with unique 16-player multi-player action.

      Vehicle Based Gameplay: Jump in and out of a variety of heavily armed vehicles not only to help players traverse the treacherous terrain, but eliminate the terrifying enemies that threaten their survival.

        Vast Arctic Environments: Snowstorms, arctic winds, towering mountains of ice are all stunningly realized, creating a truly immersive and cinematic event of epic proportions.

        customer Reviews

         Average rating (21 reviews)

         Didn't even unwrap it

        | | See all WaldoPepper's reviews (1)

        I had to return the game unopened because of an idiotic system, which forces you to sign up to some third party agency called Steam in order to activate your game and receive updates. As I only access the internet at work, this rules me out.
        Zero marks to CapCom for not making it abundantly clear that their nasty little copy protection scheme means this is not a stand-alone game, as you might at first think. Why can't they just use a registration code, like everyone else?


        | | See all Vherostar's reviews (18)

        Althought the game is good I don't recommend this to many as the specs listed on play.com are bare minimum! unless you got an 8800 graphics card STAY AWAY FROM THIS CARD! I advise you to get the 360 version over this one if you got a 360 or at least try the demo to see how well it plays on your system b4 buying. I hope this helps somebody..


        | | See all duberryboy1's reviews (2)

        if your pc is up to task aka you have a 8800gtx 768mb like me, you will love this game. Put all the graphics to full and it was one of the best looking games i have ever seen. gameplay is fun aswell, worth th money and more.

         Power Hungry Game

        | | See all muzzmuzz's reviews (3)

        What a Monster of a game.
        They wernt kidding about the reccomended specs, im running a C2D E6700, Vista Premium, 8800GTX Over Clocked and 2Gb of 800mhz Dominator Ram and just about does the job on highest settings....it does look great though if your after DX10 eye candy, shame they never took advantage of the Ageia Physx engine on this game it would have been even better...
        Do buy this game:- if you have a Powerfull PC and love your graphics - (great story and fab game play)

        Dont buy this game:- if you dont have the internet or an old chugger of a machine. Not a very long game 12 levels

        Martin, N Wales

         A Good Start And A Fun Game

        | | See all Nyatoa's reviews (5)

        This game is ok. A standard shoot 'em up with various camera views, explosions and firefight frenzys.
        People say the gfx are far better on the pc and so they should be, with ever upgradeable cards they shall always surpass consoles.
        Those complaining about Steam, its not that bad, tho yes maybe an internet connection needed but who doesnt have the net these days. And if you are dropping connection, its not steam thats the issue or this game, its your wi-fi get an ethernet cable for the love of god.
        And also those commenting about the poor port job from the xbox360 to the PC ... well its dx9 and dx10 compatible, which means those in dx10 will be using vista, thus buy the xbox360 pad available here for £17.99 and then see if the buttons correspond to the tips on the screen. Maybe they should have a tips for keyboard / tips for pad configuration tho. Its an early port so expect some issues, but this game is very much playable.

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        Rating16+ (PEGI)
        Minimum RequirementsWindows XP / Vista with Direct X9.0c
        Intel Pentium 4 HT / AMD Athlon 64 3500+ or greater
        512MB RAM (XP) / 1GB RAM (Vista)
        8GB Hard Drive Space
        DVD-ROM Drive (DVD9 compatible)
        256MB NVIDIA GeForce 6600 or equivalent (DirectX 9.0c + Shader3.0 compatible)
        DirectSound compatible Sound Card
        Mouse and Keyboard
        Broadband connection for online multiplayer.

        Recommended system requirements:Windows Vista
        Intel Core 2 Duo
        2GB RAM (Vista) / 1GB RAM (XP)
        512MB Geforce 8800+ or equivalent

        Please Note! NVIDIA Geforce 7300 is not supported.