Lost Planet 2 Crack/Patch

Lost Planet 2 The next installment in the popular action series returns in Lost Planet 2. Lost Planet: Extreme Condition, the landmark third-person shooter that debuted on Xbox 360, went on to sell over 2.3 million units worldwide after its release. Lost Planet 2, will offer deeper insight into the world of E.D.N III and the uncertain fate of future mankind.

Download Lost Planet 2 Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 65 / 100
User rating
6.4
Downloads 1506
Genre Action, Shooter, Third-Person, Sci-Fi, Arcade
Players 4 Online
Company / Developer
Capcom / Capcom

Lost Planet 2 reviews ( 7 )

alienheretic, Jan 11, 2011

My son and I played this game over a weekend for 15.3 Hours,the multiplayer is very fun. The artowrk and camera fx in this game make it seem like your watching a movie The visual quality of the art here in my oppinion as a game developer is extreemly well.All in all this was one of the best 10 games i bought this last year.

daveyy12, Jul 4, 2012

Even though I liked the original lost planet, this one was better. It took me a while to get going, and the controls were quite a bit different from the original game yet the story and the action were better than ever. Some might say the story is shallow and linear. However, there was plenty of action and it held my interest throughout I would recommend this game to anybody

AlienSpaceBats, Feb 15, 2012

In the space of time it took to get from XBOX and PS3 to Windows, LP2 was treated to some of the pickiest reviews I've ever seen. Despite having not played the first Lost Planet game at the time and the almost unanimous negative-to-average critical reaction, the stunning visuals and trailer prompted me to buy this game and I'm definitely glad I ignored those reviews. The design, interface and other issues noted with console versions were (for me) non-existent. I don't have a problem with Lost Planet 2 because of its arcade sensibilities, it's not attempting to tell you a story with the scope and pathos of classic literature, all you need from the premise is to pick up a gun, dash through wonderfully crafted (if at times linear) environments and shoot at some of the biggest and best-designed alien creatures ever put on a computer screen. Many critics picked on Lost Planet for being faceless or lacking engaging characters but that's moot, really - it's not that sort of game. It's fun, which is all that should matter.

Arikon, May 17, 2011

Had a lot of fun with this game. While it is pretty much the same game, the massively improved graphics and coop adds a new feel to this game. The chapters can be very short, but the boss battles are fantastic! Overall I would say this is a really good game.

Skeptikal, Dec 27, 2010

Visually speaking, when played on a pc with adaquate graphics horsepower, this game is stunning. The DX11 graphics and cut scenes really are amazing. If you have a nice rig hooked up to a high def monitor this game is worth getting. That said, their are a few issues. The game play in this sequel is a pretty big departure from the 1st in my opinion. I have yet to complete it, but thus far (about 7 hrs in) I have not used the VS's that much at all. Most of the campaign mode has been done in little short missions which do not usually last long. This coupled with substantial load times for missions makes for a somewhat broken up experience. There is also a heavy focus on a multilayer campaign mode in this game. I personally liked the way the first one was done and wish they stuck to the format used in it. But in conclusion, the graphics in this game make up for my gripes in game play. I think this is worth having if for nothing else than to show off what DX11 is capable of with the gorgeous cinematics that are offered frequently in the game.

dandalis, Nov 2, 2017

From what semt a guilty pleasure game i honestly got good amount of fun out of it. While story and campaign wise its not as good as first Lost Planet, there's barely any focus on narrative or story at all, youre just playing as certain grunt from different factions throughout the different missions with a cinematic cutscene popping up time to time trying to make it look like more tradiotional story based game. The single player campaign simply plays out like co-op one, only with AI squad mates which are not as useless as many say they are, they can get stuff done, but of course they can be a pian in the butt often aswell. Gladly missions themselves can be pretty fun, there's enough cool setpieces along with giant Akrid boss battles. Where it mostly improves is the gameplay, youre more mobile, agile on the battlefield, theres dedicated sprint option, gunplay feels more solid with again pretty well done sound effects and decent, weighty overall gun feel for a third person shooter. Sadly there isnt that big of a focus on VS mechs anymore, theres still some later missions where you get to use them in fighting, but no where near as much as in first game. Like with Extreme Condition, LP2 on PC has few issues, like shoddy frame rates at times when you get close to a big boss in game, with lots of smoke, explosions on screen and overall when too many things happen at once the fps can drop, but nothing that brakes the experience atleast. Also upon starting up the game in DX11, game can crash without warning in menu screen sometimes, however atleast it can be actually played in DX11, unlike 1st game which seems to be utterly broken when ran in its DX10 mode with game crash guaranteed every time. So if you enjoyed Extreme Condition gameplay, you should give this one a shot, just expect less if you liked first game's story and characters, cuz you wont find them in Lost Planet 2, if you have real people to play with in co-op, game's even more worth your time.

Brutal_rus, Oct 23, 2010

So this stupid platformer, who dont cost 50$ and wasted time! Dont play this oldtimer game, if you dont play this 1 part. +of game Big monsters, Coop- Boring Big monster, boring coop