Jim es un curtido operario, piloto de Rigs, que ha aceptado un contrato de alto riesgo y alta remuneración para formar parte de un equipo de colonización remota, emplazado en el recién descubierto planeta E.D.N III. A millones de kilómetros de la tierra, Jim hará lo que sea necesario para ganar dinero y volver a casa con su familia.
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Incluye 9 artículos: LOST PLANET® 3, LOST PLANET® 3 - Assault Pack, LOST PLANET® 3 - Freedom Fighter Pack, LOST PLANET® 3 - Hi Res Movies, LOST PLANET® 3 - Map Pack 1, LOST PLANET® 3 - Map Pack 2, LOST PLANET® 3 - Map Pack 3, LOST PLANET® 3 - Punisher Pack, LOST PLANET® 3 - Survival Pack

 

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Jim es un curtido operario, piloto de Rigs, que ha aceptado un contrato de alto riesgo y alta remuneración para formar parte de un equipo de colonización remota, emplazado en el recién descubierto planeta E.D.N III. A millones de kilómetros de la tierra, Jim hará lo que sea necesario para ganar dinero y volver a casa con su familia.

“Sobrevivir a los entornos más extremos requiere el equipo más resistente. El Rig de Jim le protege de los hostiles Akrid y de las brutales e impredecibles tormentas de hielo de E.D.N III. Equipado con herramientas y tecnología de alta gama, necesitarás adaptarte al uso del Rig para lograr sobrevivir. ”

Lost Planet 3 supone una dramática vuelta a E.D.N III, cuyo entorno es el más hostil que el hombre haya conocido. Nuevos peligros combinados con un clima violento e impredecible, que tendrán un significativo impacto en tu forma de jugar.

Requisitos del sistema

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP
    • Processor: Dual core CPU 2.5 GHz
    • Memory: 3 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® 9800 o ATI Radeon™ HD 4770 o superior
    • Hard Drive: 16 GB available space
    • Sound Card: dispositivo de sonido estándar
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows 7
    • Processor: Quad core 2.7 GHz o superior
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 460 o superior
    • Hard Drive: 16 GB available space
    • Sound Card: dispositivo de sonido 5.1
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A 13 de 14 personas (93%) les ha sido útil este análisis
8.2 h registradas
Publicado: 6 de marzo
Este Lost Planet es el final de la trilogía, y nos cuenta los sucesos previos a la guerra de Never contra los piratas. Tomamos el papel de Jim Peyton, un contrabandista en busca de dinero.
A diferencia de los otros dos Lost Planet, éste es mucho más lineal respecto a escenario (si, misiones secundarias y lo que quieras, pero seguimos avanzando por pasillos), sin contar que no podemos usar el gancho donde queramos. Además, las mecánicas en general son totalmente diferentes a las vistas antes, por lo que es un juego que pretende ser nuevo, pero que a mí no termina de convencerme.
Y no todo acaba aquí, sino que el juego parece que quiere ser todo, pero no llega a nada: Secciones de plataformas, batallas contra bosses gigantes (ya vistos en las anteriores entregas), oleadas infinitas de enemigos que acaban por hacer repetitivo el nivel... ¡E incluso un intento de survival horror en plan Alien!

Me esperaba mucho más de éste juego, pero se me ha hecho tan repetitivo el tema de tener oleadas de enemigos porque si, que al final me ha aburrido mucho. Si no hubieran metido enemigos hasta en la sopa, tal vez el juego habría sido mejor y me habría gustado mucho más, pero cuando hacen esas cosas, no suele salir nunca bien, y es solo un método de hacer más largo el juego sin tener que meter más secciones o historia.
Personalmente no lo recomiendo, pero no es un juego pésimo, y tal vez a otros si que les guste. 4/10
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A 7 de 9 personas (78%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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24.1 h registradas
Publicado: 1 de marzo
Me ha encantado. No se como explicarlo... tiene sus bugs, es un poco pesado el andar y andar y andar y hablar y andar y montarse en el robot y hablar y andar y hablar y bajarse el robot y POR FIN DISPARAR y andar y hablar... pero lo he disfrutado muchisimo. Está doblado, las cinematicas estan bastante bien, tiene una historia un poco tipica pero lo suficiente como para entretenerte...

Le doy un 7/10. Recomiendo que le echeis un ojo si lo pillais de oferta.
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A 307 de 346 personas (89%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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8.3 h registradas
Publicado: 15 de marzo
Preface: I am not judging this game compared to its predecessors, since I did not particularly enjoy LP1 or LP2. That being said...

This game is not good. It certainly starts out well, the story is interesting, the graphics are pretty (especially given how well-optimized it is), the sound design is good, and the voice acting is solid. HOWEVER:

-The game is unbelievably easy (I played 95% of it with just the infinite-ammo pistol) except for random HUGE difficulty spikes
-The game world is incredibly small and stifling
-The "hostile" and "uninhabitable" world poses no threat at all (you can walk around in major storms to your heart's content)
-Controls are lazy and stupid (P is to pick up ammo! Why not the "use" button??)
-The cover system is the epitome of crappily-made. They don't even tell you it's there, which makes sense, since it DOES. NOT. WORK.
-The strategy for killing the akrids (including the bosses) is always the exact same (dodge as they charge, shoot when they're stunned)
-Fighting in the rig is beyond pointless (it's ALWAYS better to get out and fight in-person)
-The boss fights are ridiculously stupid (the one in the rig is mind-bendingly atrocious)
-Bosses are recycled all over the place (you kill the giant crab thing in 3 different boss fights alone)
-The game straight-up lies about button prompts ("W/A/S/D to turn wheel" really means "tap f repeatedly")
-The audio logs are filled with SO MANY juicy, lip-smacky, mouth-poppy sounds that it sounds like the mic is being eaten
-The base only has a few people you can actually interact with, so it feels lifeless
-It is completely arbitrary where/when you can grapple/repel
-There is no visual indicator of health (other than when you're near-death), and your ammo count vanishes and reappears whenever it feels like it (EDIT: I've been informed that your ammo count and the rest of your HUD disappear when you get too far from the mech)
-And so many other little tiny annoyances

If you're a more patient person than I am, you could probably put up with this game, and might even enjoy it. I, however, found it joyless, tedious, and boring. It is a paint-by-numbers, designed-by-committee, heartless blob of checklists, man-hours, and coding. Life is too short to slog through uninteresting crap, and this game didn't make the cut (for me). You may enjoy it, but please don't spend more than $5 on it.
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A 49 de 65 personas (75%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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18.0 h registradas
Publicado: 17 de febrero
I originally gave this game a negative review due to a gamebreaking bug. Having come back months later this bug seemed to have been fixed so I decided to edit my review.

Unlike a lot of space shootman games, LP3 takes its time introducing its characters and giving you the opportunity to give a ♥♥♥♥ about them, it also focuses on civilians like scientists and engineers instead of your usual "HOORAH SPESH MAHREENS!". Biggest example is the protagonist, Jim Peyton. Jim is no Master Chief or Commander Shepard, he’s just a contractor out to get a paycheck to support his family. He’s a relative everyman and the game does a quality job actually showing you his relationship with his family, mainly through videos he exchanges with his wife, Grace, back on Earth. The game takes it time establishing Jim’s day to day life and I think it works. All the approaches the writers make to establish the characters really help give some real heart to what otherwise could have been a generic TPS game. Though there is also the atmosphere which is really freaking good, EDN 3 looks like an utterly hostile planet filled with freezing blizzards and massive lava pools. The country music Grace gives you also adds to this “space trucker” vibe that the game gives off and it really adds to the atmosphere, though you can just play your own music if you want. Overall, it was clear the writers (One of them wrote Anachronox!) wanted something more than flimsy cardboard excuses for story and characters most actions games. They do well for a while but disappointingly it craps itself at the end with a transparently evil villain that ruins the whole theme of not having any real villains. This really brings the game down from being great but the writing is still solid.

When it comes to the combat it is essentially Dead Space and its serviceable but way too many enemies tend to spawn and there’s not much enemy variety. Fighting in your mech can be cool but sometimes it can be a real pain in the ♥♥♥ due to some obtuse mechanics. It’s not a game you really play for the combat, just stick to Easy.

Overall LP3 has a really strong start with a more unique character driven take on an action game but this peters out as it goes on. It’s still a solid game and worth picking up on sale now
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A 29 de 36 personas (81%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Publicado: 14 de junio
-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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