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Lost Planet Extreme Condition PC  Review - Lost Planet Extreme Condition PC Review
Thu, June 28 2007 | 2:43PM | PermaLink Feedback?
Extreme Condition for the PC is most definitely worth a look, even if you've already played the Xbox360 version. Capcom chose the right game to port over to DirectX10 to get the DX10 games rolling, and chose one that will hopefully keep gamers going until the next DX10 games release here in the next few months. This is leaps and bounds better than the Halo 2 port that requires Windows Vista, but doesn't even take advantage of DX10 at all. The demo is available on Steam and many other places on the internet, but I don't feel it really does the game justice. For the $40 price tag, this game is probably the best value for your money you’re going to get as a shooter fan. Sure, this game isn't realistic like other shooters, but does every game now have to try to obey the exact laws of physics or reality in order to be fun?

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