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The extreme and unpredictable conditions that characterised the Lost Planet series return, harsher than ever before. Lost Planet 3 reveals new truths about the foreboding planet and the colonial history of E.D.N. III. Lost Planet 3 introduces Jim Peyton, a rig pilot who leaves Earth to take on a hazardous but lucrative contract on E.D.N.
Release Date: Aug 26, 2013
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PC版「ロスト プラネット 3」タイトルアップデートのお知らせ (2014年07月10日) Title Update Announcement For Japan

July 10th, 2014

PC版「ロスト プラネット 3」タイトルアップデートのお知らせ(2014年7月10日)

PC版「ロスト プラネット 3」におきまして、GameSpyサービスの終了に伴い、マルチプレイモードのサーバーをSTEAMに移行するためのタイトルアップデートを2014年7月10日17時に実施いたします。

アップデート後は新たに追加されるSTEAMの実績を始め、「ロスト プラネット 3」のマルチプレイモードを引き続きお楽しみいただけますが、メインメニュー内の「シネマティックギャラリー」やマルチプレイモードのランキングはリセットされます。

また、キャンペーンモードの難易度の設定は「ノーマル」にリセットされますが、キャンペーン関連の実績は再度プレイすることで取得できますので何とぞご了承くださいますようお願いいたします。

なお、既存のセーブデータをお持ちのお客様は下記の手順にてSTEAMクラウドに引き継ぐことが可能になります。

1. SteamライブラリのLost Planet 3を右クリック
2. プロパティを選択
3. 一般タブの中の起動設定を選択
4. 「ImportGS=<GameSpyのプロフィール名>.profile」と入力(※)
5. ゲームを起動
6. マルチプレイモードを選択
7. オンラインデータが引き継がれていることを確認
8. ゲームを終了
9. 4.で起動設定の所に入力した文章を削除
(ご注意:削除しない場合、ゲームを起動する際、STEAMクラウドのデータが既存のセーブデータに上書きされます)
10.再度ゲームを起動

※GameSpyのプロフィール名が「Capcom」だった場合、入力する文字列は括弧なし「ImportGS=Capcom.profile」となります。大文字小文字は区別されますので入力の際、十分ご注意ください。
 また、GameSpyのプロフィール名を確認される場合、ローカルPCの「Documents¥My Games¥LostPlanetGame¥LostPlanetGame¥SaveData」の中にある<GameSpyのプロフィール名.profile>のファイル名をご参照ください。

今後とも株式会社カプコンならびに「ロスト プラネット 3」をよろしくお願いいたします。

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Lost Planet 3 title update coming soon

July 9th, 2014



We're happy to report that the migration of the online service for Lost Planet 3 (PC Version) is nearing completion, and a downloadable update is scheduled to go live on Steam this Thursday, July 10th at 1:00am PT. The migration to a new server will unfortunately reset MULTIPLAYER leaderboards and the CINEMATIC GALLERY. CAMPAIGN difficulty will also default to Normal difficulty.

Please note that Item Sphere related achievements for which the unlock conditions have already been met in the current save data, will be unlocked upon importing the save data to Steam Cloud and accessing the Item Sphere. Campaign related achievements, including those related to difficulty will need to be acquired by replaying through the campaign. We apologize for any inconvenience.

For those Lost Planet 3 users who already have Save Data and would like to take advantage of the Steam Cloud and Steam Achievements, please follow these instructions for importing Save Data to Steam Cloud.

1. Right click on Lost Planet 3 under the Steam Library.

2. Select properties.

3. Select SET LAUNCH OPTIONS from the GENERAL tab.

4. Enter the following line without quotes, and then select OK.

“ImportGS=YOURGAMESPYPROFILENAME.profile”*

5. Start Lost Planet 3.

6. Select MULTIPLAYER from the main menu.

7. Confirm that your data has been imported via RECORDS in the MULTIPLAYER menu, or the Progression Sphere in a game lobby.

8. Upon confirmation, select EXIT GAME.

9. Erase the line entered in Step 4.

Note, Steam Cloud data will continue to be overwritten by previous save data upon starting the game if this line is not erased.

10. Start Lost Planet 3.



* Step 4 line example and notes:

1. In an example in which the GameSpy profile name is “Capcom”, the line to be entered without quotes is “ImportGS=Capcom.profile”.

2. Please take care to enter all capital and lower case letters properly.

3. For those users who wish to confirm their GameSpy profile name, it can be found as a GameSpyProfileName.profile file in the following local address:

Documents\My Games\LostPlanetGame\LostPlanetGame\SaveData

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About the Game

The extreme and unpredictable conditions that characterised the Lost Planet series return, harsher than ever before. Lost Planet 3 reveals new truths about the foreboding planet and the colonial history of E.D.N. III.

Lost Planet 3 introduces Jim Peyton, a rig pilot who leaves Earth to take on a hazardous but lucrative contract on E.D.N. III. Working for Neo-Venus Construction (NEVEC) who are preparing the planet for colonisation, Jim joins his fellow pioneers at the Coronis base and begins surveying the uncharted terrain and obtaining samples of the planet’s energy supply – Thermal Energy.

With NEVEC’s existing Thermal Energy reserve running low the fate of the Coronis mission depends on the natural source of the energy supply being located. Realising that this is a great opportunity for a huge pay-off and early ticket home to his family, Jim braves the risk of the treacherous environment and threat of the indigenous Akrid.
Acting as a home away from home and boasting an array of tools that can assist Jim on the field, the utility rig provides Jim’s safety and is essential not only for his contract work but also his protection against the ever-changing climate.

Lost Planet 3 will deliver a diverse range of gameplay including on-foot battles and intense first person action. With a number of multiplayer modes and a compelling single player experience, Lost Planet 3 will delve deeper into the Lost Planet universe, uncovering hidden truths within the unique and dynamic environment of E.D.N. III.

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP
    • Processor: Dual core CPU 2.5 GHz
    • Memory: 3 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® 9800 or better, ATI Radeon™ HD 4770 or better
    • Hard Drive: 16 GB available space
    • Sound Card: Standard audio device
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows 7
    • Processor: Quad core 2.7 GHz or better
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 460 or better
    • Hard Drive: 16 GB available space
    • Sound Card: Standard audio device
Helpful customer reviews
66 of 90 people (73%) found this review helpful
2,023 products in account
93 reviews
10.6 hrs on record
8,8/10

+ great production values , some fantastic graphics
+ great voice acting, you can customise your music when travelling
+ good story
+ fps gameplay is good, satisfying
+ some interesting side quests

- seems they try to make a lost planet game based on dead space success, lp3 feels more like a dead space than a lost planet game, especially in design
- dont really like the main character (but then it might be just me)
- more variety in enemies would be welcome

as a single game it's certainly worth it, didn't expect it to be that good, sometimes i wonder what the reviewers think when they write such negative reviews for a game like this and giving positive reviews to retro crap, at least this is an AAA game and it shows.
Posted: January 16th, 2014
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85 of 129 people (66%) found this review helpful
163 products in account
2 reviews
9.3 hrs on record
As a long time Lost Planet player and huge fan of the series since the beginning, I can say that this game is not for us.
The canon is broken from the first ten minutes of gameplay, and broken moreso at every single bend, turning the Akrdi threat into, well, not a real threat at all, VSs somehow sprouting from mechs three times their size, and the entire setting being....just ignored.
The game seems to set up it's own canon and it very much shows through gameplay, environments and design choices, that the development team either developed this as a standalone title because they wanted to show their own style, or that they completely have no clue about what the series is based upon, as the only design elements left from the original two titles, are the designs for some of the Akrid, and glowy bits on your armour. TE no longer works like it used to, grappling hooks went from fun to just a means of getting to exactly placed points and can't be used elsewhere. While the combat on foot is par for the previous games, the combat in the RIG is sluggish, slow, unreactive, and while the QTE-like moments while battling larger Akrid is sort of fun, the windows for counters are so tiny that you need to be quite good at the game to survive, and it is often better to simply combat the Akrid on foot.
The game does a good job at creating it's own world, however, and when viewed as its own title, rather than a sequel, it is honestly not bad. I could see myself really, really enjoying this game due to the beautiful, awe inspiring graphics, colour and environments, and while some of the designs are pants on head (Ie: not a single main character covers their face in the -50C weather), they often come off as their own product with it's own feel. The models are very much unlike game characters, and feel more like watching a live action series or movie.
The mechs, as a fan of the genre however, are garbage. The design team laxed back on huge, impossible to balance, utilitarian piles. The desperate attempt to seem believable and realistic is overshadowed by things like a giant, breakable cockpit window that constantly suffers damage, has complete ice overs, and serves as nothing more but face recognition that is impossible to see, as you're locked in first person view. VSs do exist, but the fact that these bloody things in no way resemble them but are somehow developed from them, and look not a thing like the original VSs, is a bit of a kick in the balls to fans of the mecha genre and fans of this series, the two of which often overlap. Instead of quick sliding and manouvering, we get CLANK CLANK CLANK. LP1 and 2 did the utilitarian mecha well, with it being reasonably sized, and with enough variety to suit anyone from the average anime fan to hardcore fans of old style mecha, and even to fans of western styles such as Battletech. However, this is mostly one bitter robot fans lament, and this is really up to personal opinion.

All in all, solid gameplay with a few problems and quirks. Beautiful graphics and design and a relatively believeable story, if not hindered by very poor dialogue at some points.
But, this all has to be ignored to some degree, as this is a title in an ongoing series, and indeed by that logic, must follow in the steps of its predecessors. The game fails on almost every level in this, and is something akin to an insult to long time fans of the series, and with Capcom's standard "It was your fault" schpiel to us for not demanding another game like Lost Planet 2, this game feels more like an insult than a new addition. This is a game for casual fans of the TPS genre, fans of sci-fi and sci-fi horror, but not a game for fans of Lost Planet.
Posted: March 3rd, 2014
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
100 products in account
2 reviews
1.6 hrs on record
7.9/10

In my opinion this game is pretty good. Haven't played much but the story seems intriguing. Although, this game has changed throughout the Lost Planet series. Lost Planet had a main story line whereas Lost Planet 2 did not. I found Lost Planet 2 to be different as it gave me the impression of being a hunter in a partial open world where you can grapple hook onto anything and run around shooting aimlessly. I would say Lost Planet 2 is my favorite because of the freedom to explore and the ability to customize your character and weapons but Lost Planet 3 has changed into a generic third person shooter. Those who have not played the Lost Planet series I recommend that you try this. Those of you who are fans of the old Lost Planet series may be disappointed.
Posted: June 24th, 2014
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8 of 13 people (62%) found this review helpful
153 products in account
4 reviews
5.5 hrs on record
Its a good game, trust me, im Hatsune Miku, singer, idol, and spokesperson for Dominos Pizza.
Posted: June 24th, 2014
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9 of 15 people (60%) found this review helpful
22 products in account
2 reviews
86.2 hrs on record
DO NOT BUY IF YOU ARE EXPECTING GAMEPLAY SIMILAR TO THE LAST TWO GAMES!

the game mechanics have completely changed from the last two titles and I would HIGHLY recommend making sure you watch actual gameplay before buying.
Posted: June 22nd, 2014
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