Game details

Game:
Lost Planet: Extreme Condition
AKA
Genre:
Action
Sub Genre:
Third Person
Release Date (US):
February 26th, 2008
Release Date (UK):
February 29th, 2008
Players:
1
Online Players:
2-16
Developers:
Capcom
Publisher:
Capcom
Rating:
T [Teen]
PSU Rank:
49 of 1166 Games
PSU Rank on PS3:
47 of 0 Games
Additional Information:
Also available on Xbox 360 and PC

About Lost Planet: Extreme Condition

In In Lost Planet, human snow pirates navigate Vital Suits (VS) through hostile ice-covered environments, fighting against the indigenous Akrid creatures for the precious thermal energy they need to survive. For one such pilot named Wayne, death almost seemed imminent until he was fortunately rescued. However, he can only remember a few fragments of his past including the slaying of his father by the monstrous beings. Yet under the veil of ice, a devious plot has been set into motion by NEVEC. What really happened to Wayne and how will his destiny become intertwined with NEVEC’s plans?

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  • Infinite health

    Pause the game and press Down(3), Up, Triangle, Up, Triangle, Up, Triangle, Up(3), Down, Square, Down, Square, Down, Square, Left, Triangle, Right, Square, Left, Triangle, Right, Square, R1 + L1. If you entered the code correctly, you will hear a sound. Note: This code only works in Campaign mode on the Easy difficulty, and will only remain in effect for the current level and will be disabled when the game is stopped or after the level is completed.

  • Infinite ammunition

    Pause the game and press R2, R1, Triangle, Square, Right, Down, Left, L1, L2, R2, R1, Triangle, Square, Right, Down, Left, L1, L2, R2, L2, L1, R1, Triangle, Left, Down, Square, R1 + L1. If you entered the code correctly, you will hear a sound. Note: This code only works in Campaign mode on the Easy difficulty, and will only remain in effect for the current level and will be disabled when the game is stopped or after the level is completed.

  • 500 Thermal Energy points added

    Pause the game and press Up(2), Down(2), Left, Right, Left, Right, Square, Triangle, R1 + L1. If you entered the code correctly, you will hear a sound. Note: This code only works in Campaign mode on the Easy difficulty, and will only remain in effect for the current level and will be disabled when the game is stopped or after the level is completed.

  • Control intermission sequence view

    During an intermission sequence, press Circle, X, Square, Triangle, Circle, X, Square, Triangle, Circle, X, Square, Triangle to control the camera angle.

  • Control ending sequence

    Before "Test Player" is reached during the ending sequence, hold L1 + L2 + R1 + R2 + Square + Triangle + Circle to control Wayne's LP-9999 VS. You can fly to the destroyed Akrid.

  • Extreme mode

    Successfully complete the game to unlock the Extreme difficulty setting.

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  • Lost Planet: Extreme Condition News

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      Speaking in attendance at the Anime Expo 2008 recently, voice actor David Hayter discussed his role in the upcoming movie adaptation of Capcom’s science fiction shooter, Lost Planet: Extreme Condition. Hayter, who is best known for his performance as Solid Snake in Konami’s popular Me...

    • Capcom rolls out Lost Planet PS3 patch

      Capcom has revealed that it will be distributing a patch for the PlayStation 3 version of Lost Planet: Extreme Condition with immediate effect. According to a post by Capcom’s Seth Killian on the company’s official blog, the patch itself will update the networking code to “optim...

    • Europe getting Lost Planet demo this Thursday

      Capcom has confirmed that it will be bringing a demo of Lost Planet: Extreme Condition to the European PlayStation Store this Thursday. Released in North America earlier this month, the demo was temporarily removed from the US PlayStation Store due to reports of an error, which failed to detect o...

    • Lost Planet requires 5GB installation

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    • Lost Planet demo removed, new one up shortly

      Anyone who has downloaded this demo from the update on Thursday can attest to the problems that it came with. Players were repeatedly told open rooms were full and that servers couldn't be connected to. Well, the demo has been pulled from being downloadable and apparently will be fixed and put back ...

    • Japanese Lost Planet demo this week

      According to JeuxFrance, a multiplayer demo of upcoming Capcom PlayStation 3 port, Lost Planet, will be available on the Japanese PlayStation Store this Thursday. Lost Planet was released on Xbox 360 in January 2007, but PS3 owners are getting a mighty fine deal on the title. The PS3 version wil...

    • Discover Lost Planet on PS3 Feb. 26

      Lost Planet is old news, there's no denying that. The title appeared on 360 literally a year ago, and it isn't even available to PS3 owners as of yet. However, that hasn't stopped Capcom from working on this content-laden port which is soon to appear on Sony's shiny system. Capcom has announced ...

    • Lost Planet on PS3 gets exclusive character

      Those "Only on Xbox 360" logos never really mean anything - plenty of those titles have made their way onto Sony's system. The most recent of these reversals is with 360's snow-laden third person shooter, Lost Planet. Yes, yes, we already know all this. However, it appears the dev...

    • Lost Planet to launch at discounted price

      Frustrated PlayStation fans have been angry with Capcom recently. First, Devil May Cry 4 goes multiplatform. While that was understandable (as more and more titles go multi nowadays in order to turn a profit), when Monster Hunter 3 went to the Wii, PS3-owning Capcom fans shed a tear or two. Hopi...

    • Lost Planet dated for Japan

      Capcom has announced that the PlayStation 3 version of Lost Planet: Extreme Condition will be released in Japanese territories on February 21, 2008 priced at JYP 6,290. A release date for North American and PAL territories has yet to be revealed; though previous reports also indicate it will appe...

    Lost Planet: Extreme Condition Features

    • Lost Planet Screenshot Comparison: PS3 vs Xbox 360

      Today Capcom released early screenshots for the PlayStation 3 version of Lost Planet. With the game set to release sometime in early 08, it will be interesting to see if Capcom makes any enhancements to the graphics of the game. In terms of gameplay and content, they have already confirmed that ...

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