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Lost Planet: Extreme Condition Videos and Trailers - Xbox 360

Game Description:Lost on a harsh, frozen world, snow pirates travel in Vital Suits, battling the planet's native Akrid creatures for the heat energy they need for survival. On the verge of death, one snow pirate, Wayne, is rescued with almost no memory of his past. He recalls a mysterious brutal being murdering his father. The fate of the snow pirates and their Akrid rivals may lie in the darkness of Wayne's memory, as a sinister plan to destroy both races has been set in motion. But who's behind it? Find out in this frenetic third-person shooter set in a chilling sci-fi world, with both single-player campaigns and online multiplayer to explore.Read our full interview with Capcom's Jack Symon in The GameFly 10Q.
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