What parents need to know
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Lost Planet 3 is a third-person shooter. The violence is mainly towards giant alien creatures. Players wield many weapons, see some blood splatters, and hear mild profanity. Online gamers can talk with each other via headset microphone, if desired, but no one is filtering or monitoring the chats.
What kids can learn
Thinking & Reasoning
- applying information
- work to achieve goals
- achieving goals
What Kids Can Learn
Lost Planet 3 wasn't created with educational intent, and we don't recommend it for learning.
What's it about?
Is it any good?
While the premise is interesting, Lost Planet 3's action grows repetitive after a short while -- and the environments all tend to look the same, too. Sure, some of the sequences can be thrilling -- taking cover from the Akrid or rival soldiers while experimenting with ways to diffuse the situation -- plus there are a few modes and multiplayer options to give some extra bang for the buck, but overall there isn't much here that's memorable, nor does it do anything to push the game series or genre forward. Only those who love the Lost Planet series should consider picking up this disc (or opting for a digital download) and be sure to wait until the price drops significantly. It's not a hot mess, but one can't help feel disappointed with this long-awaited sequel.
Families can talk about...
|Platforms:||PlayStation 3, Windows, Xbox 360|
|Available online?||Not available online|
|Release date:||August 27, 2013|
|Topics:||Magic and fantasy, Adventures, Bugs, Monsters, ghosts, and vampires, Robots, Science and nature, Space and aliens|
|ESRB rating:||T for Blood, Language, Violence (PlayStation 3, Windows, Xbox 360) |