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Submitted by -Mezzo- 798d ago | preview

CVG - Lost Planet 3: Capcom explains why story is just as important as action

CVG - This is a daring change of direction for Lost Planet. While the first two games were essentially fast-paced arcade shooters, the third is much slower and darker, with a focus on atmosphere and storytelling. You're still fighting aliens with conspicuous glowing weak spots on a frozen ice planet, but the tone, pace, and general feel is totally different - a result of development duties being passed on, for the first time, to a studio outside of Japan. (Lost Planet 3, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

Quagmire  +   797d ago
I liked the first Lost Planet story. The second not so much.

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