Jim est un ouvrier, et pilote de Rig chevronné. Il accepte un contrat à haut risque, mais à fort potentiel lucratif, en tant que membre d’une équipe de colonisation basée sur la planète E.D.N. III, récemment découverte. A des millions de kilomètres de la Terre, Jim est prêt à tout pour gagner de l’argent, et rentrer auprès de sa famille.
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À propos de ce jeu

Jim est un ouvrier, et pilote de Rig chevronné. Il accepte un contrat à haut risque, mais à fort potentiel lucratif, en tant que membre d’une équipe de colonisation basée sur la planète E.D.N. III, récemment découverte. A des millions de kilomètres de la Terre, Jim est prêt à tout pour gagner de l’argent, et rentrer auprès de sa famille.

Survivre dans des environnements aussi rudes requiert un équipement à toute épreuve. Le Rig de Jim le protégera de la menace des Akrids, et des tempêtes de glace brutales et imprévisibles d’E.D.N. III. Vous devrez apprendre à utiliser à bon escient les différents outils et technologies de votre Rig pour survivre.

Lost Planet 3 fait un retour spectaculaire sur E.D.N. III, et propose l’environnement le plus hostile jamais vu. De nouveaux dangers viendront s’ajouter au climat violent et imprévisible qui aura un impact considérable sur votre manière de jouer.

Configuration requise

    Minimum:
    • Système d'exploitation : Windows XP
    • Processeur : Dual core CPU 2.5 GHz
    • Mémoire vive : 3 GB de mémoire
    • Graphiques : NVIDIA® GeForce® 9800 ou ATI Radeon™ HD 4770 ou supérieure
    • Espace disque : 16 GB d'espace disque disponible
    • Carte son : périphérique audio standard
    Recommandée :
    • Système d'exploitation : Windows 7
    • Processeur : Quad core 2.7 GHz ou plus supérieur
    • Mémoire vive : 8 GB de mémoire
    • Graphiques : NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 560 ou supérieure
    • Espace disque : 16 GB d'espace disque disponible
    • Carte son : périphérique audio 5.1
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Noracane
( 2.8 heures en tout )
Posté le : 25 juin
the graphics are greate and the story is intence. unique weapons can be found anywere and the side missions go deep into the making of the plot. side quests also make the main quests easyer. some quests are confusing or more difficult than others but i truely loved this game
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AcesHigh
( 13.4 heures en tout )
Posté le : 25 juin
An overall fun and enjoyable game.
Pros
-great story
-a well made world
-intresting upgrades
-great graphics for a 2013 game
Cons
-The story starts of really slow in the beginning.
-Minor bugs
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Lavendar
( 11.1 heures en tout )
Posté le : 24 juin
I seriously don't know why it has such bad reviews.

I've played lost planet: extreme condition eons ago and loved the story and the combat mixed between a 3rd person shooter and a VS mechwarrior simulator. And this game did not disappoint.

Let's go over the game.

Story
The story was not bad. You're a engineer/technician of sorts that harvests Thermal Energy and fix up the base. After getting accustomed to the job, you start discovering the planet's secrets. The story goes through many phases from the pseudo-horror abandoned base, to the survival element of the various frozen settings, to a thriller cat and mouse between the various factions. The story is very coherent, and although somehwat predictable, it is definitely not bad.

The characters? I loved them all. They all had life to them, even the minor ones you meet throughout various parts of the base(s) that you explore. Lost planet 1 had characters that I actually cared about and in my opinion, lost planet 3 was a vast improvement.

Game mechanics? The foot combat is the typical run and gun type. Nothing fancy and complicated, but satisfying enough. I loved the battles using your utility rig though. Like dead space, your rig is an engineering tool and not a weapon. So although it does not have cannons and missiles like in LP1+2, it does have a drill arm, and some very nifty and freaking cool pseudo-weapons that you will unlock in various parts of the game.

Graphics. Apparently I've heard that the graphics are worse than Lost planet 2. But the weather effects I think were very well done. Being in the middle of an emperor class storm in your utility rig was an amazing experience. I actually felt the chill of the setting.

Now, this isn't a masterpiece perfect game. There were parts of the story where I thought I was doing busywork, and your mech is a bit slow. Fast travel only works in sections of the map where you are leaving/entering it. I get it that it adds immersion but sometimes I don't want to walk for 10 minutes to get to the next objective.

Anyways, this is a definite thumbs up. Grab it during a sale!
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EvilLost
( 11.0 heures en tout )
Posté le : 24 juin
A typical console 3rd person shooter with little plot, an annoying Rig, and numerous technical hurdles, but is somewhat redeemed by clean shooting mechanics and some amusing bosses. Unfortunately the generic shooting is nowhere near good enough to redeem this title.


PROS:
-Variety of enemy types and boss fights


NEUTRALS:
-Clean (but VERY GENERIC) shooting mechanics and controls
-There are a couple of viable weapons (around 4) and a few worthless ones. 90% of the time though you can just stick to the standard rifle.
-Although the game has the typical Hub zone format with areas to explore, the player will never want to explore anything because of how slow the Rig moves and the awkward fast travel system.


CONS:
-Numerous technical issues, especially during boss fights
-The Rig combat is terrible. Its not responsive, not intuitive, and well its just terrible.
-90% of the scenes in the game are NOT SKIPPABLE. 10% or so of the major (long) scenes are skippable but very few are.
-Checkpoints are INFURIATING. Expect the checkpoint to always be BEFORE the lengthy dialogue/scene that occurs before every boss fight. This problem is especially compounded for people playing on Hard (esp right off the bat). Dieing is fine, but having to listen to him say the same thing over and over and over..... Isn't this game design 101 by now?
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Buffalo Bill
( 1.3 heures en tout )
Posté le : 23 juin
Did you play the other lost planet games?
You won't like this one.
You haven't played the other lost planet games?
It's...okay? I guess.
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kimo
( 17.0 heures en tout )
Posté le : 23 juin
There's some great ideas
But could be better
All in all decent
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DeadKillerMC trade.tf
( 1.0 heures en tout )
Posté le : 23 juin
♥♥♥♥♥♥ ♥♥♥ game. Single player is boring and crap, and multiplayer is completely dead.
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UnbelieveR
( 25.3 heures en tout )
Posté le : 23 juin
Good, but somewhat boring. If you are looking for colossal Mech fights on campaing mode, forget about it.
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SorteDrake
( 2.5 heures en tout )
Posté le : 23 juin
Bon le jeu en soi n'est pas mauvais : un univers est proposé, il y a de quoi faire
MAIS...
les touches au clavier/souris sont complètement pétése, IMPOSSIBLE de les reconfigurer comme on l'entend et cela entâche vraiment le gameplay, son immersion et même nous bloquer dans la progression.
Dommage.
P.S. : Mais le perso c'est Adrien Brody?!?!
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An Insidious Attraction
( 12.1 heures en tout )
Posté le : 22 juin
This is a game that you can beat in a day. I played it all of today, and truly enjoyed it. If you liked dead space, and enjoy a good story, this is for you. The price is a bit high for how much gameplay you get out of it, but if you see it on sale, it is worth playing.
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14 personne(s) sur 14 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
Recommandé
33.0 heures en tout
Posté le : 10 juin
Lost Planet 3 has a good story, decent action, and some great graphics (for its time). Unfortunately, it takes about fours hours of gameplay before things get interesting, which I think is why there are so many reviews stating the game is boring and slow. This delayed arrival of the “good stuff” means you won't be able to really judge the merits of the game without going past Steam's 2-hour refund limit. If being stuck on an ice-planet with a giant mech and aliens sounds like fun, go ahead and grab Lost Planet 3 when it's on sale.
Total installation size on my hard-drive (with all DLC and HD cutscenes pack): 27 GB.

Jim Peyton is just your ordinary guy out to earn some money for his family back on Earth by taking mining contracts for the NEVEC corporation on a frozen ice-world. This expedition by NEVEC is supposed to be the first to ever set foot on this world, but as Jim finds out, his bosses have been less than truthful about many aspects of the operation. There are several elements that you might expect: strange alien creatures, a frenemy that becomes a friend, a stoic person of wisdom, a cold and windy setting. After about four hours of gameplay, Jim is out on a mission for NEVEC when Lost Planet 3 suddenly goes all Dead Space; he finds himself exploring decrepit structures while strange creatures pop out and attack without warning. Apparent betrayal, a mad scientist, and an evil corporation round out the cast, and while you've probably seen it all before, Lost Planet 3 implements these elements well. Few things about the story surprise, but it is told effectively, and the voice acting is top-notch.

For much of the game, you climb into your giant mech (called the “rig”) and go out into the frozen wastes doing missions for the NEVEC corporation. Some upgrades can be purchased for the rig, but it's not customizeable in the traditional sense. The weapons Jim can wield have decent punch and there are about a dozen to choose from. I stuck mostly to the simple assault rifle; decent damage and a large magazine made up for the twitchy iron sights (which hurts the effectiveness of the sniper rifles). No real weapon customization, just bespoke upgrades that can be purchased at the stores.

Enemies come in two varieties: human and alien. The humans are your standard gun-wielding soldiers who hide behind cover or charge your position with shotguns. Most of the time, though, you'll be fighting the alien Akrid. There is a good variety of Akrid; my favorites were the weird six-legged ones that dive behind cover and just barely peep out at you, before rearing up like a cobra and spitting volleys. In the early part of the game, the boss battles involve fighting several of the larger, tougher Akrid all at once (when in doubt, shoot the glowy bits). Later on, there are some individually unique (and enormous) bosses (still shoot the glowy bits, though). Some of the “lesser” bosses are re-used a few times. The battles are not over quickly, and offer a fair bit of variation and challenge. Be alert for QTEs; they don't form the core of the battles, but they are important for the finishers.

The graphics are Unreal 3, and except for some strangely low-res clouds, are great (I recommend disabling Motion Blur in the Options menu, though). The backdrops are large, ice glistens, and snow blows convincingly. There is a free DLC of the cutscenes in HD (the DLC is a 7.5 GB download), so those also look excellent. The soundtrack (by Jack Wall) is great; instead of going for a big orchestral score, Lost Planet 3 instead goes for a quiet, reflective approach for story moments, and scratchy, screechy strings in the horror moments. Once you're out in the rig looking for resources, though, the mood changes to catchy folk tunes.

A number the reviews of Lost Planet 3 are outright negative, and if you don't play the game for more than four hours, you'll probably agree with them. I stuck with it and was rewarded with a good game that in retrospect has been treated unfairly (perhaps because it was too different from Lost Planet 1 and 2? I haven't played those games at the time of this review). Recommended on sale if fighting aliens on an ice-planet sounds like your cup of tea – “on sale” because a truly great game doesn't require “sticking with it.”

Notes:
- Multiplayer is dead. Don't plan on getting 100% of the game's achievements unless you can get some people together to help you out.
- There is a technical issue with the mechanical claw of the Rig. Left mouse-button attaches it to an object; if that object needs to be rotated, the screen prompt is “tap WASD to turn the claw.” THIS IS WRONG. The correct way to turn the claw is to repeatedly tap the F key. This is a common enough issue that a quick forum search revealed the answer, but how the heck does that slip by the QA testing?
- A more minor problem: there is no message if you do not yet have the attachment your rig needs for a specific action. I thought the game was broken at one point, but as it turns out the winch needed an upgrade to throw the grapple further and hit what I wanted it to; the game never flashed a message like, “rig upgrade required for this action.” Just be sure you've got the upgrades you need.
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2,357.1 heures en tout
Posté le : 20 juin
u think i played this game for over 2k houres to put a negative review ?
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11.4 heures en tout
Posté le : 19 juin
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As one of the very early titles for the Xbox 360, the original Lost Planet: Extreme Condition set out to change the game when it came to third-person shooters; which it did, with its unique T-Energy system and inclusion of massive mechs, and massive alien-like monsters. Thus, another Capcom franchise was born and six years later Lost Planet 3 arrived at our fingertips.

For those who are familiar with Lost Planet: Extreme Condition, you will be sorely disappointed if you go into this third game expecting the same familiar gameplay. Lost Planet 3 is a complete revamp of the series, its mechanics and play style aren't even recognizable if you're looking for the same format from the first title. It's still a third-person shooter, although you will be in first-person view when you are in your giant mech rig; which you will be for a large chunk of the game. Thermal Energy (or T-Energy) is no longer collected to sustain life, but rather as currency for rig and weapon upgrades. The largest majority for down-votes on this game are due to people having expected a similar experience to the first Lost Planet, so be forewarned that if that is what you seek, you should go ahead and bypass this installment.

Lost Planet 3 is also a prequel in terms of story. You will take on the roll of Jim Peyton, a man who has taken on a contract from the NEVEC Corporation on the planet E.D.N. III to harvest T-Energy and help with various other large issues with his mechanized rig. He simply wants to earn money for his family, a wife named Grace and a newborn baby named Hank, and go home. His contract is set to last only one or two years, but what happens to Jim on E.D.N. III will surely prevent that. The events that unfold finally explain what happened on the planet long before the first Lost Planet title, and help to clear up any questions that may have been raised from the previous two games. The story itself is solid and straight forward, due to it being a prequel players do not need to have any background knowledge on the other two games in order to enjoy it.

The atmosphere in this game is absolutely stunning, and Capcom have done an excellent job in bringing the deadly, ice-filled world of E.D.N. III to life. There are monstrous storms, treacherous cliffs that will require a grapple-hook, frozen caverns, gratuitous snow and fog effects, and many snow-filled landscapes to breathe in and enjoy. There's a little bit of everything in this game, to appeal to all kinds of players; aside from the many action sequences, the game also flirts heavily with horror and gently caresses stealth. These moments are really what make Lost Planet 3 stand out as a third-person shooter game, and once I had put my 11 hours worth of play time in, aside from the story it's what I was left remembering the most.

The biggest downfall that this title comes with are the tedious walking sections, where you're either stuck running through the massive landscape by foot, or even tromping through it with your mech. It really feels like a hefty 1/3rd of the gameplay is simply walking from one place to another, until you finally unlock Fast Travel about halfway through the game; which you will only use a handful of times, because you can only travel to and from areas that you have already explored. These large walking simulator areas really drag on, and at times they can be enough to make one want to stop playing the game all together; especially since the first five hours is filled heavily with this aspect. Once you get past that point, you're pretty well golden.

When it comes to mechanics and gameplay, Lost Planet 3 feels really solid. The controls are a bit different than that of typical shooters, but it's something that people should come to expect with Capcom as they've always had a bit of a different control layout. All of the guns feel really powerful, and it's fun to blast the heads off of the plentiful Akrid that are thriving in every corner of the map. Handling the rig can be a bit clunky at times, especially in the heat of a boss battle, but it just adds a tiny bit of realism to the game as I can't imagine handling a 5 ton piece of giant machinery would ever go smoothly. As for optimization, the game ran at a stable 62 FPS at all times for me, on a mid-high end rig; however, the cutscenes always render in 30 FPS. All in all, an extremely well done PC port, kudos to Capcom.

There are plenty of objectives to complete aside from the main story. It really seems like Capcom were going for a hybrid cross between Mass Effect, Dead Space, and Gears of War with this title. You have many people that you can go out of your way to talk to, to get some background on them in an RPGish manner, you can go back to collect full T-Energy harvest posts, there are plenty of side-missions to tackle, there are many audio and text logs scattered throughout the world, and after you obtain a magnetic grapple-hook you can explore to find various mementos. By the time you finish everything, you should clock in at around 15 hours of game time.

One thing that can tack on to the monotony of the game are the Akrid, which are what the enemy species are called. There are, in total, 17 different foes that you will face, but in general you will only see three or four of them on a regular basis. There also aren't very many true boss fights, but rather a slew of mini boss fights. The enemies are extremely predictable, and if you get your dodge roll down they're also very easy to take out without much hassle. In addition to the long walking sections, this may be too boring for some individuals.

Overall, Lost Planet 3 is a solid rebuild of the entire franchise. Long gone is the worrisome timer threatening to deplete all of your T-Energy, leaving you to freeze to death in the frigid E.D.N. III landscape. If you can overlook the aforementioned issues regarding monotony in some areas, you will find a rather pleasant experience lying at the heart of Lost Planet 3. The horror sections really drive this game forward, and give it a new life unseen in any previous Lost Planet title. Even though you're not missing out on a world of entertainment if you choose to pass this one by, if you do happen to pick it up you're going to have at least 10-15 hours of fun with a solid third-person sci-fi shooter.

Rating: 3.5/5.0 - Average, can take it or leave it.
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Non recommandé
9.9 heures en tout
Posté le : 18 juin
This game has too many technical issues and bugs that are consistently interrupting my gameplay and forcing me to restart, which makes it impossible to recommend it.
Examples:
- kicks you out of single-player whenever you lose Steam connection (which is every 5 minutes, given Steam's ♥♥♥♥ servers)
- audio randomly starts messing up and making popping sounds until I exit to the main menu and continue
- rolling will often get you stuck in a falling animation and unable to move
- enemies can jump on top of you, but instead of damaging you, they'll float above you, get stuck and make you unable to move, forcing you to restart
- aim-assist randomly kicks in even though I've disabled it. I'm using a mouse, console plebs, I don't need help.
There's more, but this is the second time I'm writing this so I won't even bother.
The story and atmosphere is pretty nice, but I find the previous titles to be much better.
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Non recommandé
25.2 heures en tout
Posté le : 5 juin
As a game, I can't recommend Lost Planet 3. It has flawed level design, the occassional showstopping bug (especially on the PC port), and some frustrating boss fights, especially when forced to use your clumsy "rig". Outside of those flaws, the action is not great, but it is good - it is a solid shooter. It is quite linear - you have reasonably free roam at times, but there is generally only one path through an area once there. This is not a flaw in my opinion - it works well with the game's format.

There are many opinions on what lets the game down - my theory is the level design, which drives the need for such silly restrictions on mechanics like the grappling hook - but whatever the cause, this game suffers deeply for it, because the non-game elements of this game are superb. The levels don't play well, but look incredible; the characters, especially the lead character, are interesting; the voice acting is excellent; and the writing is well above par for most games. Those elements - especially the story - were what sucked me in and kept me going, even as the gameplay grew more and more frustrating.

If you enjoy a good story along with a bit of shooting that it sometimes annoying, you could do worse than this, and it will be worth getting on discount; but for the game alone, I cannot justify recommending it to others.
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19.1 heures en tout
Posté le : 9 juin
I've never written a review; mostly because the cumulated steam-score does the game justice.

NOT HERE though!

I ♥♥♥♥ing dig this game!!
No only as a more-or-less open world third person shooter, but also because of the pretty good graphics, albeit with somewhat weak textures. Sounds / music spot on; nothing to brag about, but good nonetheless.
What really cracks me up is the hilarious script of Gale (in a very good way^^), the really god script overall and the fantastic voice acting!!

PLEASE, I want more of Lost Planet! (if possible with more variations of the late-game human enemies...)
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16.0 heures en tout
Posté le : 30 mai
The highlight of this game is its story. The story is done before but so much better written than most of the games out today. The character are really fleshed out and developed, parted helped by the exellent cinematic directory and voice acting. The story is well enough that will make you overlook some of the poor gameplay elements. You will feel like you went on a journey with Jim Payton by the end of the story. The gameplay is good but not the best. The cinematography here is beauitful, and the gameplay make the surrounding very atomspheric. Highly recommend this game. I honestly think most of the critics got it wrong when it comes to this game.
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20.5 heures en tout
Posté le : 14 juin
Much better than I was expecting after reading the reviews. Combat is pretty fun, killing the bigger bosses is a nice visual treat and the sound and voice acting are good. Story is standard for a science fiction type game, but does make me want to complete it, to see how it ends.

Has a number of collectables, text logs and audio logs for example to keep you revisiting previous locations when you get new equipment. Those that like to collect everything might get a few more hours out of the game due to that fact. Overall a solid 7.5 out of 10 for me and a nice surprise.
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11.1 heures en tout
Posté le : 24 juin
I seriously don't know why it has such bad reviews.

I've played lost planet: extreme condition eons ago and loved the story and the combat mixed between a 3rd person shooter and a VS mechwarrior simulator. And this game did not disappoint.

Let's go over the game.

Story
The story was not bad. You're a engineer/technician of sorts that harvests Thermal Energy and fix up the base. After getting accustomed to the job, you start discovering the planet's secrets. The story goes through many phases from the pseudo-horror abandoned base, to the survival element of the various frozen settings, to a thriller cat and mouse between the various factions. The story is very coherent, and although somehwat predictable, it is definitely not bad.

The characters? I loved them all. They all had life to them, even the minor ones you meet throughout various parts of the base(s) that you explore. Lost planet 1 had characters that I actually cared about and in my opinion, lost planet 3 was a vast improvement.

Game mechanics? The foot combat is the typical run and gun type. Nothing fancy and complicated, but satisfying enough. I loved the battles using your utility rig though. Like dead space, your rig is an engineering tool and not a weapon. So although it does not have cannons and missiles like in LP1+2, it does have a drill arm, and some very nifty and freaking cool pseudo-weapons that you will unlock in various parts of the game.

Graphics. Apparently I've heard that the graphics are worse than Lost planet 2. But the weather effects I think were very well done. Being in the middle of an emperor class storm in your utility rig was an amazing experience. I actually felt the chill of the setting.

Now, this isn't a masterpiece perfect game. There were parts of the story where I thought I was doing busywork, and your mech is a bit slow. Fast travel only works in sections of the map where you are leaving/entering it. I get it that it adds immersion but sometimes I don't want to walk for 10 minutes to get to the next objective.

Anyways, this is a definite thumbs up. Grab it during a sale!
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56.6 heures en tout
Posté le : 26 mai
26-May-2016 : Finished main story + extras
Equipment : MSI GT80-2QE Notebook

REVIEW :
I haven't play the previous games, so I review it as a stand alone game rather than part of a franchise. I have mixed feeling about this game. The first half of the campaign is great, I really feel like I'm a rookie employee in an exteme condition planet stumbling upon a dark secret. But the second half is mediocre at best. The plot and storytelling is mediocre. Graphic quality is comparable to other 2013 A-list games while the game play is standard third-person shooter.

Overall it's still enjoyable experience. Only one thing annoyed me, there is no manual saves, only checkpoints. The checkpoints are far between and there is no option to skip in-game cutscenes. So everytime I died, I have to watch the same cutscene over and over again.

By the way, this game has great music soundtrack that really fit the game atmosphere. Setting the giant mecha on top of a mountain and just watching the sky while listening to the music is a breeze. Video-output the game to the projector and audio-output the music to the hi-fi sound system... and I'm lost in the planet ;)

CONCLUSION :
Recommended on sale price.
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