Big boss fights.
Vital Suits are fun to pilot.
Awkward default key mappings.
Voice acting is unintentionally funny.
Finicky on Vista and DirectX 10.
Demanding system requirements.
By BrightHub on April 17, 2009
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By 1UP on June 20, 2008
At this point, I'm a seasoned Lost Planet vet. My first tour of duty with Capcom's third-person shooter took me through the barren, high-res, snow-covered landscapes of last year's Xbox 360 version; it threw a lethal mix of giant, insectoid...94
By Games Radar on June 04, 2008
Rumored for months thanks to foreign trademark filings and general Internet speculation, Lost Planet Colonies is not a true sequel nor the strategy-focused offshoot that some claimed to be in the works - rather it's an expanded re-release of the...70
By About.com on June 03, 2008
Initially released for the Xbox 360, Lost Planet: Extreme Conditions has made its way to the PC as a Games for Windows title. With stunning graphics and intense, action packed battles it looks fantastic on the PC but falls a little short in other...70
By Cheat Code Central on May 27, 2008
Let's get right to the point: Lost Planet: Extreme Condition Colonies Edition is a "best of" title with some new features. It's based on the 2007 version, Lost Planet: Extreme Condition that was released for the X360, PS3, and PC. The original...80
By DarkZero on September 21, 2007
Lost Planet: Extreme Condition looks absolutely gorgeous, but it smacks of a typical console to PC port that has merely come about as an afterthought and as such all the game’s faults rise to the surface. Lost Planet was critically accepted after...65
By Custom PC on September 20, 2007
Stunning graphics cant compensate for the tedious and confusing plot. First released on Xbox 360 at the start of this year and now ported over to the PC, Lost Planet: Extreme Condition is a sci-fi first-person shooter that tells the tale of snow...71
By PC Pro on August 18, 2007
A gobsmacking graphics engine takes Lost Planet to the next level, but the poor porting from Xbox detracts heavily. If youve been following the progress of the latest batch of blockbuster games releases, youll no doubt be aware of third-person...50
By Bjorn3D on August 09, 2007
On its own merits the game is rather shallow and the story is lacking with poor voice-acting but that doesnt stop Lost Planet: EC from being a fun game to play, to an extent. The game itself becomes very monotonous and you quickly find yourself...65
By Stuff NZ on August 07, 2007
When Lost Planet: Extreme Condition (PC) appeared on the Xbox 360 earlier this year, I thought that despite a few niggles with wayward AI and the short single-player campaign, it wasnt a bad game at all. This computer version has sharper graphics,...60