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Lost Planet 3 Preview (Strategy Informer)

From Strategyinformer: "The problem with giving a running franchise to another team is that there’s always a possibility that the game that the new team makes may not feel anything like the previous games. Such is possibly the case with Lost Planet 3. It’s not that Spark aren’t doing a good job so far – there’s quite a few plus points that I’ll go into in a bit – but whilst Lost Planet 1 & 2 felt like a Japanese Anime pretending to be a western third-person shooter game, Lost Planet 3 just feels like a western third-person shooter game. But one that lacks a lot of what made the original games stand out." (Lost Planet 3, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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