Welcome to our unofficial Lost Planet: Extreme Territory strategy guide. It includes a full walkthrough of all 11 single-player missions, a few general hints on gameplay and a complete list of target marks' locations.
Krzysztof "Lordareon" Gonciarz
Here's a few hints to help you make a good start with Lost Planet:
- The key to success in this game is thermal energy (T-ENG). If you have plenty of it, you can use VS' special abilities freely (double jumps, dashes) and be quite resistant to damage. You can't go wrong with T-ENG, it seems, so keep an eye on all places where it's bound to be hidden: containers, crates, barrels, and of course enemy remains. When facing a boss, it's good to have at least 3000 units of energy, and level design usually enables you to have even more than 9000 if you look for it closely.
- Learn to dash! Use [press left analog stick + A] all the time, it's a lifesaver. If you can perform that trick in the right moment, even the most powerful of weapons won't put a scratch on you.
- The general idea of fighting the Akrid is to target their weak spots, usually fluorescent orange or yellow (they change to red as they absorb damage). Most of the enemies can be killed without focusing on weak spots, but it's just a waste of time and ammo.
- Fighting VS is a tricky business. You always want to have some heavy weaponry when facing a mech, and if you don't, at least use grenades.
- When handling a VS, always remember that you can use two weapons at once. Learn to think of them independently.
- Remember to reload your rocket launcher! For some reason that's the only weapon that doesn't auto-reload.
- In the guide, I often suggest which weapon to use against a certain enemy - it might be the best solution (I hope so, at least), but still your personal preference should come in first. Use the weapons you like best and it'll be easier and more fun for you.
About Lost Planet: Extreme Condition Game Guide & Walkthrough
Author : Krzysztof "Lordareon" Gonciarz for gamepressure.com
last update : May 5, 2016
Guide contains : 24 pages, 170 images.
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