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Lost Planet 3 review | Cheatmasters

By: avoiderdragon
Lost Planet: Extreme Condition was one of the first games released by a Japanese company in the late 2000′s that seemed to attempt solely at connect with western audiences. That could be wrong, but there have been plenty of titles later on released by Japanese companies since then, many of which are well-received games in their own right. The Lost Planet franchise is now on its third installment, and it’s no longer made internally by Capcom. The result of that collaboration is rather underwhelming, to say the least. (Lost Planet 3, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 6.5/10

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