One thing notable about Capcom’s third person shooter, Lost Planet series, was its gorgeous graphical presentation with its sheer scale details and enormous enemies. The heavily snow clad environment setting that we saw from the first game (Lost Planet: Extreme Condition) was very uncommon and felt refreshing from the usual stereotypes.
The games plot is in a fictional planet called E.D.N. III where a mega corporation called Neo-Venus Construction (NEVEC) tries to colonize the planet due to the inimical condition on earth. But the host alien creatures, Akrid, serve a major threat besides the extreme condition of the planet.
After a 150 year war between the alien creatures and humans, where the humans lost, some of them find the inner motive of the corporation. Thus the game puts us in the boots of Wayne Holden, a solider who measures his efforts to continue colonization and to jettison the corporation.
Well, there was some appreciable content but hell it had major design flaws that dragged us out from the immersion. Voice acting was also blatant. When the sequel, Lost Planet 2 came up, the technical issues got worse than its predecessor.
It had so much beauty that it ended up into an utterly waste entertainment due to the pestering occasional glitches. Any how it managed to build some good acclaim and scored an above mediocre rating.
So what about the third one? This time the game is developed by Spark Unlimited, the people behind Call of Duty: Finest Hour, and from the latest footage posted from Capcom Germany the game is looking brilliant and crisp.
The interior environment in the video is giving the creeps most situated for a survival horror genre. The video features in-game moments that will give you the chills.