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Reviewed: Lost Planet: Extreme Condition
Author: Michael Ahlf       Date: March 2nd, 2007
Page: 3

Final Breakdown


As soon as the game shifts into fighting humans, it gets really boring. Add in bad boss design, and it's just not fun. Multiplayer is based around who can get into a mech first, which isn't all that hot either.


Graphically, the game's absolutely breathtaking; despite working in a snowy landscape, Capcom's designers made some really nice-looking levels and enemy designs.

Sound and Music:

The voice acting is alright, but the music is seriously grand, easily mistakable for something out of Oblivion or Lord of the Rings.


Capcom bosses are what they always are, and the enemies in the rest of the levels are just cannon fodder.

Controls and Interface:

Overall, the interface is solid, but a few flaws on overlapping button functions hurt it.


I know you're going to be tempted, but leave this one on the shelf. It's not worth it.

Added:  Sunday, March 04, 2007
Reviewer:  Michael Ahlf
Page: 2/2

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