Having played and enjoyed Lost Planet when it first came out only to stay far, far away from Lost Planet 2, I'm still eager to give Lost Planet 3a chance. It is, after all, a full-on prequel with a noticeably different direction.
Max got to check out the game at E3 2012, and it sounds as if he's in a similar position. Though LP3 doesn't seem to offer anything groundbreaking from the game builds we've seen so far, he says it's all feeling pretty tight. In particular, those first-person Rig segments look like they could be satisfying.
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