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Anyone here donate to Kickstarter Lifeless Planet? It is to be featured at E3.

Discussion in 'General Software' started by Phusius, May 19, 2012.

  1. Phusius

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    Full version of the game launched June 6 2014.

    Turned out to be very good. Great environments and superb atmosphere - one of the few games I leave music on.
    The puzzles were some what challenging and not frustrating. The story was excellent and worked very well.

    After it's all over, you find it amazing that the game size is less than 1GB. It really goes to show what efficient design can accomplish and why support of 'indie' games is now more important than ever.
     
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    OP has been gone for a very long time...
     
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    Could be, could be he sees the thread update and comes back and comments and we have a great conversation about the game. You just never know, we may actually use forums for what they're intended :)
     
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    Seems like quite a rude response for something so trivial. One might say almost baiting
     
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    That's exactly what I was thinking!


    After reading through the Steam forums, I noticed I'd over looked some of plot issues. Being quite analytical when viewing media, I would normally pick up on grievances with how a story unfolds. The fact that I didn't suggests to me I was immersed while playing, which seems to be the general opinion of those whom have played the game.

    If you are looking for something sci-fi, but don't want it ruined by ridiculous weapons and huge super soldiers, and rather prefer puzzles, then this could be for you.
    Additionally if you ever played Dear Esther, and wanted something similar but in a different setting, then this is definitely for you.

    Unfortunately it is a bit pricey at $19.99 for now, however at $10.00 is entirely justified.




    Misc notes :

    -Has native joystick/gamepad support
    -Will allow SLI (AFR 2)
    -Is DX9 and will run with SMAA/FXAA tools/injectors
    -Will not run ENB series
    -Only 500mb package, 800mb when installed
    -Has Russians!


    Sources :
    http://www.lifelessplanet.com/
    http://store.steampowered.com/app/261530/


    PM if you get stuck at any of the puzzles.
     
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