Lost Planet 2, die Fortsetzung zu Lost Planet™: Extreme Condition, und ein Meilenstein des Third-Person Shooter Genres, wurde über 2.3 Millionen mal weltweit verkauft und ist jetzt auch über Steam erhältlich!
Nutzerreviews: Größtenteils positiv (380 Reviews)
Veröffentlichung: 15. Okt. 2010

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"Worth it for the meaty Co-op campaign. It's an absurd blast, just like the batshit bosses, weapons and story. Seriously just watch the trailer.(GFWL)"

Über dieses Spiel

Das unglaubliche Actionspiel Lost Planet 2 kommt jetzt auch auf Ihren PC! Lost Planet 2 ist der Nachfolger von Lost Planet™: Extreme Condition, dem charakteristischen 3rd-Person-Shooter, der bereits auf der Xbox 360 ein fantastisches Debüt gefeiert hat und nach Veröffentlichung bereits 2,3 Millionen mal weltweit verkauft wurde. Lost Planet 2 bietet eine noch bessere Einsicht in die Welt des Planeten E.D.N III und das ungewisse Schicksal der Zukunft der Menschheit.
Lost Planet 2 wurde bereits dank der Konsole-Version für die tollen visuellen Effekte gefeiert und wird nun auch das 3D Erlebnis auf Ihrem PC auf ein komplett neues Level bringen. Atemberaubende Gegenden werden Sie in die NVIDIA Vision Surround Technologie eintauchen lassen, und der verbesserte Spielverlauf und effiziente Steuerungsmechanismen verwandeln Lost Planet 2 für PC zum ultimativen Lost Planet Erlebnis.
Ein Jahrzehnt nach den Ereignissen des ersten Spiels hat sich das Angesicht von E.D.N. III dramatisch verändert. Die Erdumformung wurde erfolgreich durchgeführt und das Eis hat angefangen zu schmelzen. Dadurch entstand ein üppiger tropischer Dschungel und raue gnadenlose Wüsten. Die Menschheit befindet sich in einem Bürgerkrieg, um die Kontrolle über die wertvolle Thermal-Energie zu übernehmen, die Waffen und Gefährte auf E.D.N. III gleichermaßen antreibt. Dadurch entstand eine Aufspaltung der Bewohner in verschiedene Gruppen.
Sie können in 6 zusammenhängenden Episoden Helden jeder einzelnen Fraktion steuern und dabei den Krieg aus allen Perspektiven erleben, ein wahrlich einzigartiges interaktives Erlebnis. Durch diese Konzept erhalten Sie die Möglichkeit, in einer sehr dynamischen Weise am Spielgeschehen teilzunehmen, da sich die Drohung von Anschlägen je nach der Perspektive der verschiedenen Spieler entwickelt.
Im intensiven und ereignisreichen Kampagnenmodus können Sie eigene Teams von bis zu 4 Spielern Online bilden. Neben den tiefgreifenden Einzelspieler- und Co-op Modi enthält Lost Planet 2 weitreichende Mehrspielermodi für bis zu 16 Spieler, in denen Sie sich Online mit eigenen anpassbaren Avatars mit anderen messen können.
Wie es sich für ein richtiges Actionspiel gehört, steht im Spiel Lost Planet 2 auch eine große Auswahl an Waffen zur Verfügung, die auf ahnungslose Gegner abgefeuert werden können. Maschinengewehre, Flinten, Raketenwerfer, Laser, Schützengewehre, Granaten und viele weiteren Waffen sind im ganzen Spiel verteilt. Die Enterhaken, die das Spiel Lost Planet bereits in ein echtes 3-D Erlebnis verwandelt haben sind wieder mit dabei und ermöglichen Ihnen durch schnelles Bewegen auf höher gelegene Ebenen taktische Vorteile.
Die besten Waffen in Lost Planet 2 haben nun sogar zwei Verbesserungen: die bis auf die Zähne bewaffneten und gepanzerten Roboter-Vital-Suits sind noch öfter und in mehr Varianten verfügbar als im ersten Spiel. Es gibt Vital Suits, die sich in andere Fahrzeuge verwandeln, für bis zu drei Spieler gleichzeitig verwendbar sind, und für den Betrieb mancher VS sind sogar mehrere Spieler nötig.

Eigenschaften:

  • Co-op Action: Stellen Sie ein Team zusammen, um den Riesen Akrid in einem explosiven Online Co-op Spiel für bis zu vier Spieler zu bekämpfen. Nur durch Teamwork können Sie zum Sieg gelangen, denn die einzelnen Spieler sind aufeinander angewiesen, um erfolgreich zu sein und zu überleben.
  • Riesige Anzahl an Feinden: Ihre Kampftaktiken auf dem Schlachtfeld und Fähigkeit zur Teamarbeit werden gegen den Riesen Akrid auf die Probe gestellt wie noch nie zuvor. Sie werden Teamarbeit, neue Waffen und eine Vielzahl an Vital Suits (VS) verwenden, um diese übermächtigen Anführer zu bezwingen.
  • Wunderschöne Gegenden ohne Grenzen: Capcom’s fortschrittlicher Grafik-Engine, MT Framework 2.0, sowie DirectX 11 Support werden das Spiel mit der neuesten 3-D Wiedergabe und verbesserter Leistung zum Leben erwecken. Sie werden die Welt von Lost Planet 2 durch Support von grafischer Mosaikarbeit und kalkulierten Schattierungen mit ganz neuen Augen sehen.
  • Detailgetreue Charakteranpassung: Sie werden hunderte verschiedene Wege vorfinden, um das Aussehen, den Kriegsnamen, Emotionen und die Waffen Ihrer Figur bestmöglich dem Schlachtfeld anzupassen. Eine große Bandbreite an anpassbaren Fähigkeiten spannt von weniger Schadensanrichtung bis hin zu schnellerem Rennen und auch eine besseren Verarbeitung von Daten.
  • Belohnungssystem: Sie werden Belohnungen für die Unterstützung von Teammitgliedern und Ihrer Mitwirkung am Erfolg des Teams erhalten.
  • Mehrspieler: Messen Sie sich in Mehrspieler-Matches für bis zu 16 Spieler in neun verschiedenen Maps und 5 unterschiedlichen Spielemodi inklusive der Data Post Schlacht, der Akrid Eierschlacht, Fugitive, Eliminierung und Team-Eliminierung. Zusätzliche Maps werden durch weitere DLCs nach Veröffentlichung des Spieles verfügbar sein.
  • Tolle neue VS Eigenschaften: Gemäß dem Feedback der Fans, hat das Lost Planet 2 Team eine unglaubliche Vielfalt an Vital Suits sowie neue Wege zum Kampf gegen VSs eingeführt. Das neue VS System wird einen gewaltigen Einfluss auf Ihr Verhalten im Kriegsgeschehen in Lost Planet 2 haben.

Systemvoraussetzungen

    • Betriebssystem: Windows XP, Vista
    • Prozessor: Intel Core 2 Duo, AMD Athlon X2, oder schneller
    • Speicher: 1 GB+ (Windows XP); 2 GB+ (Vista)
    • Grafik: Shadermodel 3.0 oder höher; NVIDIA GeForce 7800 Serien, ATI Radeon HD 2400 Pro oder höher
    • VRAM: 256 MB oder mehr (Funktionalität mit aufgeteiltem Hauptspeicher nicht garantiert)
    • DirectX®: DirectX 9.0c oder höher
    • Festplatte: 13 GB frei
    • Sound: DirectSound Support (DirectX 9.0c oder höher)
    • Andere Anforderungen: Internetverbindung
    Internetverbindung für die Aktivierung des Spiels benötigt.
    Um online spielen zu können, müssen Sie einen Online-Account mithilfe des Produktschlüssels anlegen. Es kann nur ein Account pro Produktschlüssel angelegt werden. Nur ein Produktschlüssel enthalten.
    Games for Windows–LIVE Systemanforderungen: Mehrspieler-Spielmöglichkeiten und andere LIVE Features sind kostenlos. Spiele können zusätzliche Download-Angebote besitzen, welche unter Umständen mit weiteren Kosten verbunden sind. LIVE ist nicht in allen Ländern verfügbar, für weitere Informationen dazu, bitte http://www.gamesforwindows.com/live/countries besuchen.Features und Systemanforderungen können ohne Ankündigung verändert werden. In Abhängigkeit mit den Nutzungsbedingungen (Einsehbar unter http://www.gamesforwindows.com/live/termsofuse). Breitband-Internetverbindung benötigt. Einige Breitband-Verbindungen funktionieren gegebenenfalls nicht mit LIVE, Leistungen generell können variieren. Nutzer, welche jünger als 13 Jahre sind, benötigen eine elterliche Genehmigung. Besuchen Sie http://www.gamesforwindows.com/live für weitere Informationen.
    Sie müssen die beigefügten Lizensvereinbarungen akzeptieren.
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1 von 1 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
16.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 16. Februar
Vorveröffentlichungsreview
Lost Planet ist solide Action die coop oder auch alleine viel spaß macht. Lange Levels, viele Bosse und gute Grafik zeichnen das Spiel aus. Steuerung war bischen komisch aber Preis ist ok.
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89 von 91 Personen (98%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
9.1 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 20. Dezember 2014
Played this on Xbox 360 with a buddy a few years back, was Excelent!
PLEASE IF YOU CANNOT LAUNCH THE GAME
go into your steam directory find the main folder for this game and run "gfwlivesetup.exe" the game wouldnt even start before doing this and i hope someone will find this helpfull.
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30 von 31 Personen (97%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1.9 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 25. November 2014
One of the most underappreciated games of all time. And one of the greatest gaming experiences of my life. Don't look at steam playing hours, I bought it here because I lost my old GFWL-based key.

Gameplay-wise it's a pinnacle of japanese TPS, e.g. alien planet, twisted story, global conflict, evil (or, of course, not so evil) megacorporation, tons of weapons, mecha war machines (not just to look at, to ride!), adrenaline-packed boss fights with enormous bosses, 4 player co-op for all this meat(!!!).

Music-wise... I have no words. Ah, wait no. I have some. Gorgeous. One of the best game soundtracks I've ever listened to, performed by full-blown symphonic orchestra.

How comes it's so underestimated then, you ask me? Blame GFWL (Games for Windows Live), the platform always was a puddle of mud and it still ruins some nerve cells (because it's still in the game so you should technically activate your game twice using notorious Miscrosoft user-friendliness, good luck with that). Also blame ♥♥♥♥♥♥ Capcom PR campaign for PCs at the time.

Ah, but anyway, I am so jealous about you guys who never played it and will do this for the first time. See ya on E.D.N.III!
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52 von 77 Personen (68%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
31 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
48.1 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 7. November 2014
Got to play power rangers. and FORM A MEGAZORD. THEN FIRE A HUGE ♥♥♥ LASER INTO THE PLANETS PIMPLE.
10/10 I AM STILL LOST.
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16 von 17 Personen (94%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
36.3 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 3. Dezember 2014
Scifi monster hunter with mechs and faceless soldiers running around in an explosive panic. Better with friends, but still playable solo.
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26 von 35 Personen (74%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
21.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 18. November 2014
This game should not be dead.
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14 von 19 Personen (74%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
44.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 4. Dezember 2014
Steam needs to patch this game so the people who paid for it can play it.... i mean really its not like people wont play it! well unless we CANT!
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8 von 8 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
40.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 6. Dezember 2014
I finished this game multiple times when it originally came out, I just had to come for seconds and buy it on steam !
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6 von 6 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
17.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 11. Dezember 2014
Lost Planet 2 was a ridiculously cool game. It was over-the-top, filled to the brim with action and the amount of guns, emotes and vehicles you get to play with is just incredible. The story is not too great, for it is not the main focus of the game.

It has everything. Co-op campaign. PvP. You can play solo if you'd like. There is also public matchmaking if you don't have anyone to play with. However, the game's population has dwindled since long ago. Capcom seem to be hesitant to put a sale on the game. Sales usually help promote a game's population.

I whole-heartedly recommend this game. But I also recommend that you play with a friend. Or two. Or three.
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5 von 5 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
34.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 22. Dezember 2014
Lost Planet 2 has been a favorite of mine for quite some time. Recently I picked it up again, on PC this time though. I remember whn I first played it, I thought it was one of the most amazing things I have ever seen. Coming back to it now a few years later, I see some of its flaws, but does that mean that ths game is terrible? No, not in the slightest. But I will leave that choice to you, the reader.

This is just giving personal experince from what I have seen in my time of getting it again:

Flaws:
At first glance the game seems quite solid. Good textures, good voice acting (Most of the time) but one thing the game at times struggles to hold up is combat. This is very bad considering this is a combat based game. Is the worst I have ever seen? Not at all, but it definetly needed to be checked again. At points in the game I would try to shoot at an NPC and instead of where I was aiming it would aim to the bottom left corner of where I was aiming nowhere near where they were. Also at points (I'm not sure if other people have seen this or not.) the weapons would be showing that they are firing due the clip number going down, but nothing actually was being fired. Another thing is with at least one of the bosses from my own experince has a broken atack from what I've seen. This boss is called Akrid X. The attack I am refering to s a charging attack you have to escape otherwise it will do massive to you. Most times though, with the map design trying to indicate to go into these little crevaces in the ground, you can't escape it. I may be wrong here and it instead has an incredibly large splash radius for the attack, i'm not sure. There are other things to talk about, but i'll wrap it up with the character models. The problem with them was that not all blended together. I don't mean by the different colors, but the fact that there are jagged textures of other pieces of armor sticking out if you decided to have different pieces of armor on. Another problem on that same thing was the face models. These are smalls details. but they are important details. To some they might not notice, but to others, it miht ruin they enitre sense of immersion. I felt at some times they characters were beingmade to move just to move. Their arms would move around very oddly, making it difficult to understand there emotions sometimes. They only way for them to be understood at some points was due to the voice actors. On the face models that weren't covered, it was quite terrible. It didn't matter about if their voice needed to fit the character in this case, but they should have at least be able to move there mouths. In my opinion, that's quite lazy. Those same models also needed a texture touch up as well due their faces looked slightly meshed.

Positives:

Though its shown this game has its flaws, it also has it positives. One such one is co-op. When you are able to get a whole group of your friends together for a big game, it can be one hell of a ball. This is definetly one of the game bi things is teamwork. Granted, you can play game by yourself, but most times its either much lengthier or much harder. If you like working as a team and have friends to play with or you just want to play with anyone really, this is a game for you. Though I complained about the characters, I was mostly referring to the different model problems and meshing of "unfinished faces" as I should say. Here though it's about the designs of the models themselves (without combining different ones). Their ow designs I thought were amazing. Some were slightly off from one another to give a sense of being in an army and showing that they come from the same group, while others were just in their own in creativity. The different personality of the different characters overall managed to keep on the positive side due to a few iconic characters. Many of the characters were good, but they felt like they were practically everywhere, making them seem bland in that sense. There were a select few though that made me love them. The Waysiders were a beautiful group to me as well as the Vagabundos and the NEVEC Clones, at times anyway. Each of them had their own flare that made them stick out as their unit saying, "Hey! Here I am, as I am!" Finally the best part of this game to me, is the music. In some of the tracks they are short nd loop, but regardless they are beautiful. It's due to the soundtrack that I even came back to the game for the most part. I must say Jamie Christopherson did a fantastic job here and I will even later on.


Final Verdict (Reviewers Verdict):

7.5/ 10

Though I may have gone into detail about the different problems the Lost Planet 2 has it is still a very nice game. I it the best? No. Is it fun? Yes, indeed. If you know someone that owns it or if you want to buy it your self, it doesn't matter, you need to at least try it. This kind of game isn't for everyone, but you may be one of the people that does like it.

So though you have it. Take it however you please, but remember, this is the review of someone else, not you. You are the ultimate decider, so make your choice. Hopefully I'll see some of you on the planet of E.D.N. III

-Username (In-Game) : TheKimchiKing
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7 von 10 Personen (70%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
59.4 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 8. November 2014
Great game, had a lot of fun killing big monsters. The only cons I see is that for multiplayers, you can't join a game that is in progress.
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4 von 5 Personen (80%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
6.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 17. November 2014
I loved this game when I played it back in 2010 as a 16 year old, I love it now. Problem with buying this game is that it requires "Games For Windows Live". so basically you need to use your xbox live account, for me it was a huge hassle trying to get the damn game to work since I had no idea it needed GFWL, also need to make sure that you agree to another Terms of Use doc. GFWL will NOT tell you that it needs to be done, if you can't get your profile to work, that's why. This game doesn't really work with Steam and I guess thats the only problem I had with this game. Other than that this game has huge boss monster fights, loads of guns and grenades, MECHAS, and character customization, what's not to love? Still waiting on an update including new title "Swagmaster" Capcom pls
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2 von 2 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
11.9 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 23. Februar
Played Lost Planet 2 a ridiculous amount on 360 and now PC and for me one of the best fun co-operative experiences ever. Even more fun if you have friends you can chat to and know some of the ins and outs of the game like the Support weapon attacks or the Combo VS.

Story is little muddy as it jumps back and forth between the different factions and may take several runs to fully understand what on EDN III is going on. But it has the certificate of Capcom by being over the top and huge monsters that wanna eat ya!

Gameplay is somewhat wonky and you may want to play with a controller or remap them if you use keyboard. But the main meat of this game is the co-op campaign which you try out various tactics or weapons you've unlocked to complete them. In addition you have the add on of using custom characters after you beat the campaign first time and all the craziness you and your friends can do. (For example, using the V-Device super nova attack in confined areas and wreck everything! >:D ) Then you've got hidden areas where you can get deadlier weapons or VSs slightly earlier than you should which add to the madness.

On your own, 6/10 but with friends? 9/10 Small gripes but that's it :D

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2 von 2 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
16.4 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 25. April
just if people would start playing this game, would be one of the best jolly co-op games out there
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3 von 4 Personen (75%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
63.1 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 3. Januar
Its an extremely fun game and an online community hosts online games each friday.
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8 von 14 Personen (57%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
43.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 7. November 2014
I stepped on someone and he exploded
12/10 would kill more Cat G Akrids
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9 von 16 Personen (56%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
2 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
77.1 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 8. Februar
you dont get to bring friends
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1 von 1 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
71.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 17. März
its a cool game story is iffy and hardly even there like stuff just happend..thats all
coop is fun and gameplay is great ..random coop kinda sucks bunch of chingchongs dont know what they are doing and ruin the mission -play with friends-....its a pretty good game
WARNING USES GFWL EWWWW
also online is a graveyard so might wanna see about getting a friend or 2 to play with if you want online play
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1 von 1 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
134.7 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 7. April
the good:

1. Awesome co-op campaign
2. Good graphic and sound, good optimization, support DX11, looks good plays smoothly
3. Lots, Lots of weapons and gadgets to choose from
4. Some of the best singleplayer/coop Mech action on PC, you can even transform and combine with mechs your friend is piloting, awesome!
5. Awesome boss fight, and you fight a lot of them, it is kinda like Monster Hunter with guns and Mechs
6. Good character customization options, and they shows up in the cutscene, it makes the cutscenes even more enjoyable if you have 4 dudes in funny dress (or vixen in skimpy bikini)
7. Overall good production value, lots of entertainment

the bad:
1. GFWL (not much a big deal for me)
2. This game has a small but dedicated community. You can usually find a player match during weekend, good luck trying to do pvp during weekdays.
3. There is no spectator mode in Co-op, and you can do nothing in the waiting room. Well, at least on PC you can leave the game in the background and browse the internet or do something else.
4. Players from all over the world, and many them do not speak English, some of them rather play solo or with their own friends.
5. Like most of the Capcom, story in this one does not make much sense, the actions in cutscene are great though.
6. I have never seen it on sale, the best you can do is grab it when its 50% off during big sales like summer sales.
7. You have to grind your ♥♥♥ off in order to 100% this game.


Overall, this game is a total blast to play if you have a few friends to play with you (or make a few friends in game)
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2 von 3 Personen (67%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
52.1 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 23. Dezember 2014
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q6RsvtktipU

This PC port is a weird beast, it's not optimized terribly well; it runs smooth enough but it seems more demanding than it should be on the AMD 6900 card I currently have, though previous, earlier cards I've owned over the last 4 years performed well enough. I do recommend it, but mostly on condition that you have no access to the respective PS3/360 versions. A controller is also a must-have, playing on keys and mouse is OK, but not ideal - maybe I just got too used to playing it on my PS3. Key bindings are customizable, but they're generally all over the place. The worst part is that Games For Windows Live is required, which you need to have installed before you try launching the game. Hopefully one day everything is migrated from there over to Steamworks.

I love the game, it has what I felt were refreshing arcade sensibilities and a greater emphasis on having fun (remember that?) than usual, western produced shooters. If your idea of enjoyment is playing as a science fiction mercenary/space marine with access to a wide variety of bipedal mechs, variously equipped with numerous weapons - then you're going to have a good time.

Gameplay looks like your typical third person shooter, there are a variety of assault rifles, sidearms, grenades, pilotable, multi-seat mecha, gun emplacements, broken mecha whose weapons (twice the size of a man) you can pull off and use on foot as you like. If your mech starts taking damage, you can hop out and repair it. Levels are broken up between mostly medium sized maps, and vary from snowy tundras to jungles, industrial cities, massive trains, space stations and outer space. Enemies vary between regular foot soldiers, soldiers in mechs (aka VS', aka Vital Suits), humanoid-sized insectoid monsters, tank-sized insectoid monsters, and insectoid monsters the size of buildings (these Shadow of the Colossus size bosses really have to be seen to be believed in some cases).

The story is slightly disjointed and told through the point of view of a number of different factions; the player is not a part of the story, rather given the role of a regular soldier, thus you see things from numerous perspectives (it all comes together beautifully in the end). The story is not confusing or bad, you just need to pay attention. To everything. Once you clear the game, you can use your customizable (appearance, weapons, emotes) multiplayer character in the main game to mix things up a little, these customisation options can be found by collecting the "?" boxes, playing the LP2 in-game slot machine, or by levelling your multiplayer character (something you'll have to do during the campaign these days). Some prior knowledge of the universe (play the first game) is advantageous but not necessary, though it will make things a little clearer.

The game seems to have been made with co-op (up to 4 players) in mind, without a real player or two on hand things can feel a little dull and empty, but this depends how distracted the player is (like I was) by the neat mechs and typically Japanese attention to detail and design. These days you're likely to only encounter bots as teammates and sadly, the AI are as dumb as posts. Still, the game is easy enough up to medium difficulty, which ultimately makes playing on console a slightly uglier, but more enjoyable experience.
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