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Lost Planet 2 (Xbox 360)

by Capcom
Platform : Xbox 360
Rated: Unknown
52 customer reviews

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  • 4-player co-op action: Team up to battle the giant Akrid in explosive 4 player co-operative play. Teamwork is the player’s key to victory as the team is dependent on each other to succeed and survive.
  • Single-player game evolves based on players decisions and actions
  • Deep level of character customization: Players will have hundreds of different ways to customize their look to truly help them define their character on the battlefield both on- and offline. Certain weapons can also be customized to suit individual player style.
  • Beautiful massive environments: Capcom’s advanced graphics engine, MT Framework 2.0, will bring the game to life with the next step in 3D fidelity and performance.
  • Massive scale of enemies: Players skill on the battlefield and work as a team will be tested like never before against the giant Akrid. Players will utilize teamwork tactics, new weapons and a variety of vital suits (VS) to fight these larger-than-life bosses.
  • Rewards System- Players will receive rewards for assisting teammates and contributing to the team’s success
  • Up to 16-player Multiplayer modes and online ranking system
  • Exciting new VS features- Based on fan feedback, the team has implemented an unbelievable variety of Vital Suits and new ways to combat VS’s. The new VS system will have a powerful impact on the way the player takes to the war zone in Lost Planet 2
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Game Information

  • Platform:   Xbox 360
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

Product details

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  • Product Dimensions: 18.6 x 13.4 x 1.4 cm ; 32 g
  • Release Date: 11 May 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (52 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 10,263 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Product Description

In Lost Planet 2 players will control their heroes across 6 interconnected episodes, creating a truly unique interactive experience that changes depending upon the actions of the players involved. With this concept, players will have the opportunity to engage in the story in a much more dynamic way as plot threads evolve from different players' perspectives. Beyond the deep single player mode, Lost Planet 2 is loaded with extensive multiplayer modes. The intense and action packed campaign mode comes with the ability to form teams of up to 4 players online to clear mission objectives with friends. The grappling hooks that made the gameplay in Lost Planet a true 3-D experience are back, allowing gamers to gain tactical advantage by quickly scaling buildings.

Manufacturer's Description

Lost Planet 2 picks up 10 years since the events of the original adventure and the landscape has evolved dramatically. With the success of terraforming activities, the planet's ice has begun to melt, giving way to lush tropical jungles and other new environments. Follow the exploits of your own customized snow pirates on their quest to seize control of E.D.N III.

In addition to the anchor actions that made the gameplay in Lost Planet a true 3-D experience, Lost Planet 2 allows gamers to gain tactical advantage with a wide variety of new actions. The game will also contain a new addition to the enormous Akrids which were a fan-favourite in the first Lost Planet.

One of Japan's biggest new action series of recent years is heating up - literally. As the ice caps melt the planet of E.D.N III turns from a frozen wasteland to a mix of jungle paradise and blistering desert. That only makes the world more dangerous though, with the continued threat of "snow" pirates and even bigger and more aggressive Akrid monsters.

Only teamwork can bring down creatures like Gordiant
The robotic Vital Suits are bigger and better than ever
Red Eye is one of the biggest monsters in the game
Lost Planet's action is no longer limited to icy wastes

Inspired by Halo and other Western action games this third person shooter also blends in the best of Japanese titles with role-playing style character customisation and some of the best giant robot suits in the business.

Brand new for this sequel is a four-player co-operative option that lets you play through the whole single player campaign with three allies (either human or computer controlled). With a greatly expanded competitive multiplayer as well this should reveal and exploit all of the potential of the original Lost Planet.

Key Features
  • Global warming: Return to E.D.N III as this all-action sequel expands on everything from the original with bigger monsters, more versatile robots and more varied backdrops.
  • Fantastic four: Never enter a battle alone, as you fight through the story campaign in online co-operative mode or with computer-controlled fighters.
  • Giant robo: Pilot VC (Vital Suit) robots that are as versatile as your own character, with transforming models and others that require multiple players to operate.
  • Lost makeover: Customise the look of your character and their abilities, with unique weapons and items suited to specific playing styles.
  • Environmental modelling: Stunning new graphics technology provides all new backdrops with their own specific dangers, from lush jungle to scorching desert and freezing tundra.
About the Developer: Capcom
One of the oldest and most respected Japanese publisher/developers, Capcom are very secretive about their internal studios. Their names are not made public, but they've been responsible for classics ranging from Street Fighter II to Resident Evil and Mega Man to Devil May Cry.

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3.9 out of 5 stars

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By BikerJoe on 3 Dec. 2013
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On its second outing, Lost Planet takes a more hands off approach on the character driven story-line and instead focuses on following a series of different groups from chapter to chapter. I'd say this has been a bit of a double-edged sword for capcom's sci-fi sequel- It creates new perspectives on the story and how it develops, and some the characters you get to play as to create an amusing experience. There lies the problem- "some". The characters aren't particularly memorable, and feel more like empty vessels to get you from A-B without any attachment. This makes it difficult to get wrapped up in the story, which isn't helped by the abrupt "stage" system commonly found in arcade games.
Every time i began to fall into my stride and start enjoying the gameplay it would be interrupted by another "Stage complete!" screen. The flow felt disrupted all too often and would take me out of the universe completely.
Two player split screen is messy too, as the horizontal screens don't actually fill your whole TV screen (similar to Call Of Duty World At War, to put it in context) which, combined with tiny text can be a head-ache even on a 40-inch TV.

All that put aside, grab a few mates and open up some beers and Lost Planet makes for a good laugh. Working as a team flying around on grappling hooks and piloting Vital Suits (mechs the humans use to survive and fight the Akrid) is enormous fun. The multiplayer is fairly well executed as well but don't expect to find games easily now. If you get this game, get it for the co-op campaign.

To conclude, if you want a game that has a solid story-line and depth, I wouldn't point you immediately to this game.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Imo on 3 July 2010
i really enjoyed the single player experience. battling big bosses never got old and the graphics and storyline are amazing. the Online (not campaign) seemed alien and odd to me, i didn't enjoy it at all(probably because i didn't understand it)but as i only played the one game i can't really rate it. the controls i found where great and very easy to pick up even my friends who rarely play video games didn't even have to ask me. overall this games excellent and great value for the price its going at nowadays.
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By Joshua Ryan on 25 Mar. 2014
This game will leave you incredibly puzzled, and asking many, many questions. Questions such as. "who am I? who are my squad mates? Do we even have names? Are our characters even relevant? What happened to those two characters in the starting video? What happened to the characters From the last game? Is there a time gap between the start of the game, when one unfrozen area is a rare occurrence, and the rest of the game, in which deserts are the norm, and the threat of the planet returning to its icy state is a plot motivator? "why do I only have access to a few weapons, and will have to replay to get the interesting stuff, which can only be unlocked via a jackpot that never gives the prizes the game seems to take as a given you will have? Why did the sand pirates disappear when I just undertook a mission to open the door and let them in? Why did the giant Ice age causing shoggoth monstrosity go utterly unnoticed by 99% of the entire planets population for weeks on end, then emerge, swallow a city and have the entire planet ganging up on it within hours of said swallowing, yet it was made very clear that the Ex nevec were well aware of its presence for several weeks, yet for reasons unknown took no action until it swallowed said city? Why does the plot make no sense chronologically? Why does seemingly every single snow pirate on the entire planet want to shoot you, then team up an be buddies at the end? Why do the developers miss obvious chances for a really good soundtrack, (E.g the giant worm/train chase) but squander them? Why do we keep respawning real time when we die? Why does our corpse keep level with the train if we get shot off it? Why does the helicopter keep level with the train?Read more ›
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Okay, so I blame myself for doing the stupid thing of buying this game from watching a commercial and thinking it would be anything like that commercial suggested.

Battling large monsters at the end of each level is where it deserves the 3 stars, had they have integrated this element of the game in to an online, team based, multiplayer mode it would be much more of a hit.

The only good thing about this game is the large beasts, but sadly they're far too easy to defeat, so it's all over just when you start to think it's getting good. The rest of the game is a mediocre FPS really, okay you get to jump in the occasional mech type vehicle and stomp about, shooting it's big guns but there's not really enough of that either.

The online multiplayer modes aren't great either. Basically it's deathmatch or team deathmatch in lazily designed arena's. There's just nothing special about it.

Overall, had this game included a massive wad more of giant beasties, especially for multiplayer, it would have had something fun and reasonably original about it, otherwise it's just falls in to the could have been great, generic, mediocre, FPS that feels somewhat unfinished.
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