A favorite phrase among gamers is "I hope if this game gets a sequel then they fix this or that problem." Everyone has opinions on what makes a good game, and for the most part developers listen carefully and apply changes that are both feasible and genuinely make the game better. On rare occasions the folks behind the games even fix all the errors committed the first time around and craft a genuine masterpiece. Then, there's Lost Planet 2, a title that somehow manages to fix all the flaws of the original yet pile on so many new ones that the end result turns out even worse. There are a couple genuinely cool things about this game, but they're quickly swallowed up by layers of garbage.