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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.
Veröffentlichung: 26. Aug. 2013
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LOST PLANET® 3 Update Version 1.0.3 Now Available

17. Juli

Bug Fixes:

  • Fixed a bug where CAMPAIGN save data was not saved for first-time purchasers following Update Version 1.0.2.
  • Fixed a bug where the free LOST PLANET® 3 – Hi Res Movies DLC was not played back in game following Update Version 1.0.2.

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PSA: Lost Planet 3 getting one more update soon

14. Juli

Following up on last week's Lost Planet 3 update for PC, we have one additional update for you LPers.

It has come to our attention that first-time purchasers of Lost Planet 3 are experiencing issues saving the CAMPAIGN data; MULTIPLAYER and settings data is unaffected. An additional issue in which HD movies are not played back when installed has been found. We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience and are currently working on providing an update within the next few days. In the meantime CAMPAIGN data can be correctly saved by following the steps illustrated below.

1. Open the file path \UserProfile\Documents\My Games\LostPlanetGame\LostPlanetGame (UserProfile is PC dependent)

2. Create a folder named "SaveData" without the quotes inside of the "LostPlanetGame" folder opened in step 1.

3. Start the CAMPAIGN mode to successfully save data.


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Über das Spiel

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.


    • OS: Windows XP
    • Processor: Dual core CPU 2.5 GHz
    • Memory: 3 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® 9800 oder besser oder ATI Radeon™ HD 4770 oder besser
    • Hard Drive: 16 GB available space
    • Sound Card: Standard-Audiogerät
    • OS: Windows 7
    • Processor: Quad core 2.7 GHz oder besser
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 460 oder besser
    • Hard Drive: 16 GB available space
    • Sound Card: Standard-Audiogerät
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16 von 29 Personen (55%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
7.3 Std. insgesamt
W.T.F. Gleich zu anfang. Das Spiel ist nicht schlecht aber...

-kein vergleich zu Lost Planet 1&2. Es spielt einfach nur im selben Franchise.
-man kommt sich öfters wie in einem Dead Space spin off vor. (jump scares, necromorph-akriden)
-deckungssystem?! ala GoW
-RPG-Action-Survival-"Horror"-scifi-Thirdperson-shooter- mit open world elementen.
-kein story Koop (nur "horde" modus und pvp)
-Intensivere Story
-0% Arcade
-viel weniger waffen ( bist jetzt zumindest )
-quicktime events..
-lustige Dialoge

Wie gesagt das spiel ist solide, aber für alle die ein spiel wie Lost Planet 1&2 erwarten/haben wollen: IST ES NICHT.

man wird kein "KAT. G AKRIIID ( OMGOMGOMGOMG )" hören. auch hat man keine freie verfügung über den enterhaken. auch hat man keine VS suits, sondern nur sonen bergbau mech ( in dem man sich vorkommt wie ein Big Daddy )

Ich bin eher traurig das, dass Spiel so anders geworden ist. Man hofft einfach die ganze zeit das irgendwer da einmachiert und das geballer losgeht :) Habe über 300 Stunden in LP2 verbracht und das ist eins der besten spiele überhaupt für mich.
Verfasst: 24. Juni
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3 von 11 Personen (27%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
4.9 Std. insgesamt
Die Grafik ist zwar nicht mehr die neuste doch die Story ist packend und sehr gut erzählt.
Verfasst: 28. Juni
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149 von 209 Personen (71%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
86.2 Std. insgesamt

the game mechanics have completely changed from the last two titles and I would HIGHLY recommend making sure you watch actual gameplay before buying.
Verfasst: 22. Juni
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72 von 100 Personen (72%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
22.7 Std. insgesamt
Finally got around to finishing the game.The gameplay was mediocre, but the performances by the characters were good. Overall I don't think the game is particularly bad, but the game is extremely buggy. Just look at the discussion boards and google about the pc version of the game and you'll see for yourself. The game tends to crash ALOT. I got around the game crashing at the beginning by getting rid of the intro videos (nvidia logo screen and etc), but the game tends to have like a 50% chance of crashing everytime I get to a section that loads up a pre-rendered cutscene and that gets old FAST. The support for the game is extremely poor so I would say stay away from the pc version of the game.
Verfasst: 3. Juli
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33 von 40 Personen (83%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
45.9 Std. insgesamt
Okay, so here is the deal.
Yes, the gameplay is altered substantially from the previous two, yes the T-Energy mechanic doesn't come into play sadly. I had hoped the game might have had a section as a nod to the old games where Jim's suit gets damaged but alas it did not.
Co-operative play is also not featured anywhere in the single player story.

This said however, while the gameplay is somewhere inbetween extreme condition and the first dead space title, the controls most of the time feel fairly fluid.
The characters, especially Jim Peyton himself are really likable and it kept me immersed in the story. Jim's wife is a very interesting character (as well as Jim himself)and the game has a lot of soul.
Jim isn't a grizzled space marine who can kill an akrid from 300 metres, but he is also not out of his death.
With a temperament somewhere between a trucker and a cowboy he instantly became (for me) one of my favourite videogame protagonists of all time

When you're out there on your own, with just music you brought from planet earth (the game imports music from your computer files so you can creat your own soundtrack for the cold wastelands) you really feel like there's no-one else you can count on but yourself. You feel isolated and in danger at every second.
This also works in reverse, that when you get a message from your in game wife you feel like you're at home, like you're making a difference and the characters really come to life. The same can be said when you return to coronis and upgrade your rig and weapons, greeting old friends.

There's a fair bit of longevity in the upgrades to your rig. Certain upgrades allow you to get to new places you couldn't before, or allow you to scrounge for scrap metal in new places.
The controls when fighting the akrid will feel a little alien at first due to the over the shoulder viewpoint of the camera, but you quickly get used to the contextual-only use of the grappling hook as well as dodging out of the way of enemies.

Fans of the series will be pleased to know that this does actually provide an interesting and very unexplained part of the story of the franchise and while they do retcon one or two things, it really does feel like it's for the better. The plot makes sense and while isn't anything spectacular, it is coherent and well-written. The supporting cast for me, was what really pulled along the plot for me and kept me interested even while trying to hunt down those annoying albino akrid.

The setpieces out in the ice and snow are quite fantastic and this is where the game excels, in the sheer scale of the areas outside. The opposite is unfortunately true in that on the occasional offchances you go into an enclosed space, combat and movement can feel clunky and out of place.
It's a shame likely the repetitive sidequests will put anyone off buying this because the atmosphere is amazing.
You really do feel like a lone contractor out in the middle of nowhere drilling for a precious substance.
I imagine the feeling and atmosphere in this game is not all that disimilar from the feelings of isolation and longing that ice truckers deal with on a day to day bonus.

Which brings us to the Rigs. The rig is not the vital suit (this is a prequel don't forget), it is an entirely different breed of machine, but this isn't a bad thing.
Yes, there are a few mechs in this game and while at first you may lament the loss of having shoulder mounted rockets and gatling guns, you will immediately warm up to the defensive and offensive capabilities of Jim's machine. Admittedly the rig can feel quite slow at times and while this may have been an artistic choice by the devs at Spark it can bog down the pace at times until you access fast travel quite early in the game. The good news is that those who loved the sheer mayhem and carnage of slicing off a limb or two from the large akrid will be right at home. It is just as satisying, maybe moreso to time your grab just right as you hold the creature and helplessly drill into it's cores with the drill arm as their lifeblood (T-energy) spills out.

I should point out that I was only ever interested in the game (and series) for the single player experience and therefore I did not touch multiplayer. My understanding is some of the maps from extreme condition make a reappearance and generally most reviewers say the online is where the strength of the game really lies.
This game did poorly due to the mountain of scathing critiques and generally poor write-ups it received.
I personally enjoyed it and would recommend it to anyone who was a fan of the series for the story.
In terms of all the bad press and poor scores, I'd advise you to try it for yourself, it's not the most amazing game in terms of graphics or presentation but I sure had fun with it.

Verfasst: 6. August
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18 von 21 Personen (86%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
13.0 Std. insgesamt
Ein sehr gutes Spiel für alle die immer schon ein Lost Planet mit etwas mehr Story haben wollen!!
Die Geschicht findet vor den anderen beiden Teilen an, ist aber immer noch nach der Besiedelung von E.D.N. III !!
Nach dem man sich an die etwas schlichte Spielweise gewöhnt hat, ist die ein Spiel für jeden der ein gute Actionspiel mit RPG Elementen haben will.
Verfasst: 22. Januar
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