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Wednesday, 27 June 2007 16:36

Lost Planet: Extreme Condition for PC is out

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Enhanced graphics and effects for PC

 

Capcom announced that Lost Planet: Extreme Condition is released for PC. Lost Planet can be purchased at retail stores and via Valve's Steam, and the suggested price is $39.99.

As the PR states, the PC version features enhanced graphics and effects, including better shadows and more detailed textures, and of course higher resolutions. Lost Planet for PC runs under Windows XP (DirectX 9) and Windows Vista (DirectX 9 and DirectX 10). The DirectX 10 version utilizes the advanced features like Shader model 4.0 and Geometry Shader.

This game also has a Games for Windows branding. It is also a TWIMTBP title, so it should be more "playable" on Nvidia graphics cards.


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