Le condizioni ambientali estreme e imprevedibili della serie Lost Planet sono tornate, più ostili che mai. Lost Planet 3 svela nuove verità sull'inquietante pianeta e la storia delle colonie di E.D.N. III. L'eroe di Lost Planet 3 è Jim Peyton, pilota di Rig che lascia la Terra per un lavoro rischioso ma remunerativo su E.D.N. III.
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Acquista Lost Planet 3

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Le condizioni ambientali estreme e imprevedibili della serie Lost Planet sono tornate, più ostili che mai. Lost Planet 3 svela nuove verità sull'inquietante pianeta e la storia delle colonie di E.D.N. III.

L'eroe di Lost Planet 3 è Jim Peyton, pilota di Rig che lascia la Terra per un lavoro rischioso ma remunerativo su E.D.N. III. Assoldato da Neo-Venus Construction (NEVEC), che sta preparando il pianeta alla colonizzazione, Jim raggiunge gli altri pionieri alla base Coronis e comincia a ispezionare il territorio inesplorato e a ottenere campioni della fonte energetica del pianeta, l'Energia termica.

Le riserve di Energia termica di NEVEC vanno esaurendosi e il destino della missione Coronis dipende dal ritrovamento di una fonte naturale di energia. Per poter intascare il grosso compenso e tornare prima del previsto dalla sua famiglia, Jim sfida le minacce dell'infido ambiente e della pericolosa specie autoctona degli Akrid.

L'Utility Rig è una vera e propria casa portatile che vanta una vasta gamma di strumenti per aiutare Jim sul campo e garantire la sua sicurezza. È essenziale non solo per il lavoro ma anche per proteggere Jim dai continui cambiamenti climatici.

L'eclettico gameplay di Lost Planet 3 spazia da battaglie a piedi a un'intensa azione in prima persona. Grazie alle varie modalità multigiocatore e a un'avvincente esperienza a giocatore singolo, Lost Planet 3 approfondisce l'universo di Lost Planet, rivelando le verità nascoste dell'ambiente unico e dinamico di E.D.N. III.

Requisiti di sistema

    • OS: Windows XP
    • Processor: Dual core CPU 2.5 GHz
    • Memory: 3 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® 9800 o ATI Radeon™ HD 4770 o superiore
    • Hard Drive: 16 GB available space
    • Sound Card: dispositivo audio standard
    • OS: Windows 7
    • Processor: Quad core 2.7 GHz o superiore
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 460 o superiore
    • Hard Drive: 16 GB available space
    • Sound Card: dispositivo audio 5.1
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39 persone su 60 (65%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
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16.1 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 14 giugno
-Excellent Singleplayer Story & Gameplay.
-No CO-OP Story mode.
-Solid Multiplayer with leveling, XP & many modes.
-DX9 UnrealEngine, good looking Models & Atmosphere.
-As a Fan of Lost Planet at first Glance it might be disappointing but I got into it and I love this Story-driven Game.
-Overall very polished game, they added Steamworks & Achievements, Vanilla Version had none of it.
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9 persone su 9 (100%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
38.9 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 3 luglio
I knew of the game share of problems before purchasing it, I was really eager to play it anyway because it had a good story with an original direction. And I wasn't dissapointed one bit. Well maybe I'm exaggerating but I want to recommend this game if you dig anything I write here about it.

First of all, I disliked the first 2 games that came before it. Arcade shooting is done right in those previous games, but there isn't much else to back it up unless you have the hots for Lukka.

I can assure you this game goes into a different direction with more visceral heavier combat, and also opens up with a good story that has very well characterized characters and good worldbuilding. This last one is a real improvement.

While combat is visceral with very beffy guns that are few but are as good as they should to get a good shooter fun, gameplay sometimes gets repetitive. The slow cooking of the story (wich I really dig) sometimes also puts the pacing in a slow move. But you'll be compensated with new guns, new enemies and some cool devices for you worker mech.

Yep, working mech. Combat has two facets: you shooting (and dodgin, cuz the akrid creatures are very vicious), and you brawling with giant akrid with a mech mano a mano. It's pretty satisfying to eviscerate those biggies with big industrial tools. You also travel on this thing, and it may be to slow, but don't panic! there's fast travel tool eventually unlocked.

Controls are all over the place, but at least the ones used for combat get the things done. And thankfully because the monsters you face are really dangerous. Akrid behave like the vicious creatures they're told in the story instead of those dumb bullet sponges of previous games. Some of the are so cunning that I recommend getting your upgrades (moded bullets, weapons, rig pieces) as soon as you can. This game wasn't easy.

Yep. there are QT events , but they're well placed and are actually tense, like trying to aim to the monster to attack instead of just bashing your keys to the extreme of breaking them.

The game is overall consistent and it has an identity apart of the other ones, with the situation being "you're an everyman in an hostile land away from your family, for them". The only Lost Planet game I enjoyed really. It's underrated if you ask me.

Didn't found any game breaking bugs in my long and worthy playtroughts, but I have a tip for you: when the game is telling you ROTATE WASD in your rig, just press F reppeatedely.
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9 persone su 11 (82%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
17.1 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 16 maggio
I haven't played the first two games as it seemed to make sense to start with the franchise chronologically (the third installment takes place before the stories of the first two games).

Overall it is a good but not great game, which has some similarities to Dead Space 3 but without the gore. The main character is believable in that he is an ordinary man who comes to Coronis to make a living for his wife and child.

The graphics are very nice and everything looks even better with Tridef's 3d profile. The environment is quite realistic though people models could use some reworking perhaps.

Combat mechanics are good though a bit clunky at times (especially when you need to pick up ammo very quickly and you can't seem to lock on the item because it will keep escaping from your view if you move your mouse slightly). You can tell it was designed for consoles to some extent.

The story is average with a lot of fetch quests but fighting the Akrid doesn't seem to get old though it does get repetitive at times.

There are lots of "boss battles" of sorts and quick time events, which can be good or bad, depending on one's view.
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7 persone su 9 (78%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
39.1 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 16 luglio
Lost Planet 3 is the third installment in the highly popular series by many known as Lost Planet. Produced by Capcom Lost Planet 3 stands out from all other games on the market. It is classified as an action/adventure / shooter. It is the perfect combination done right as a hybrid game combining elements from series such as Metroid & Dead Space to create a fufilling experience. The main character actually plays much like the main character does from Dead Space 3. What I mean by this is the weapons and controls feel much like Dead Space 3 while at the same time the creatures in the game remind me most of the Metroid series published by Nintendo.

This is one of the most underated games in the history of Capcom's games and IP's they have made throughout many years of hard work. Many people complain that think the story and gameplay is nothing but mere mediocrity.

Now I will tell you a story to illistrate my point why this is my favorite personal computer game I have ever played and gotten into. Remind you I don't play many shooters but it looks like Metroid with many elements taken from Dead Space which instantly became satisfying for me. A few years ago I got addicted and obsessed to a video game where I spent 2500 active gameplay hours in one game over a four year span without enjoying or playing much of any other games I had owned at the time. I got rescued from my addiction by Christ who is who ultimately saved me from my trap. In the points in my addiction for a long time I knew I would probally never be able to fully return back to gaming ever again because of what it always did to me. Though Christ said to me, "I will make you into the leader that you want to be deep down in your inner spirit. I will deliver you from your destruction but what I need you to do is to follow this road , steps , plan and recovery process I have before you to make sure that you never go back again and make the same mistakes."

God made me a leader of my realm and domain I fell into in materialism which was video and personal computer gaming. He has told me all the lessons, knowledge and discretion I need to be successful by sharing my story with others, giving others advice in which suffer from the same problem I suffered from and problems that are alike to save them from the pains I had to go through to be where I am now.

Who am I now? I am now a gamer that sets a time limit daily on the amount of time I spent on games. I have more going in my real-life now then I do a viritual world sometimes I am in. It is more about people to me now then it is about games and other materialism in life.

I tell you all this story so you can understand that I am a guy that doesn't claim to have fun with many games because to escape my addiction, I had to abandon all pleasurable vices I had at the time in order to not be tempted by my obsession I had anymore. Now I am able to finally enjoy Lost Planet 3, a game that is the first game since Resident Evil 6 I could tell you that I have enjoyed from the beginning to the end and found some satisfication in powering through the story, a love for the characters involved in the game and experienced good role models in the game that are protecting others in their colony from death and extinction.

10/10. Would play many times again. Such a good game that is one of the most underated series in Capcom's IP history. Other then comparison to Metroid there are no other games that exist much like Lost Planet. I love the snowy environments, the character progression and especially at the end when the credits roll to see how many people contributed to make all of this possible.

If you like Metroid with many elements of Dead Space, love snowy environments and a strong story with characters you actually care about, character development and progression then try this one out and I promise you will not be dissapointed.
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2 persone su 2 (100%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
16.0 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 1 luglio
I got Lost Planet 3 with low expectations because of the reviews, and honestly this is probably the best way to approach it. There are a number of things to turn you away from the game. The multiplayer is empty (I mean it), the controls feel like unrefined Gears of War rather than lost planet, the rig fights become monotonous fast, and - I cannot stress this enough - this game is entirely unlike LP1 & 2. Different tone, themes, pacing, and enemies. Bigger environment but narrow linear paths. Grapple points are limited and pre-selected, and the VS play I loved is practically non-existent.

That's a lot of quirks. Which means that when I say I enjoyed the hell out of this game anyway, you know there has to be something good under all that ice. If you can get used to the controls, settle back into your rig and open up to the world, then there's a lot in this game for you to love. The characters are far more human (though still a bit contrived), the story is vastly improved over previous LP's, and the environments are absolutely enchantingly alien. It's enough to make you fall in love with EDN III, if you can't love the game itself.

In a nutshell - you've gotta deal with a big, rough drop to get to EDN III, but damn if this world doesn't have charm once you get here.
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