Lost Planet 2

Lost Planet 2 is a third-person shooter video game developed and published by Capcom. The game is the sequel to Lost Planet: Extreme Condition, taking place ten years after the events of the first game, on the same fictional planet. The game was developed for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Microsoft Windows. Originally set to be released in early 2010, Capcom delayed the game's consoles release to May 11, 2010 in North America and Europe, May 13, 2010 in Australia and May 20, 2010 for Japan, and the Microsoft Windows version was released on October 12, 2010. As of February 2, 2011, Capcom has stated that the title has sold more than 1.5 million copies worldwide.

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... Review scores Publication Score GamePro 3/5 GameSpot (PC) 7/10 (X360) 5.5/10 IGN 6/10 Lost Planet 2 received mixed reviews ... GamePro awarded the game 3/5, concluding that "Lost Planet 2 features an enjoyable multiplayer component and interesting monster designs, but it isn't ... or co-op options, then there might be something for you in Lost Planet 2 ...
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