Description:Lost Planet 3 on PC is the prequel to the eponymous Japanese saga. The title puts us once again face the Akrid on the ice-planet EDN III. We embody Jim Peyton, handyman on a scientific basis, through his adventure on foot or aboard his mecha. The title features a more classic gameplay GST for an ambient atmosphere.
The game begins with the approach of spacecraft transporting enlistees to Neo Venus Construction Inc. (NEVEC) Academy's educational institutions on the planet E.D.N. III. Bren Turner, a candidate from E.D.N. II, is on board among the new recruits when the fleet is suddenly attacked by mysterious VSs. To confront the hostile force, Instructor Walter Stingray selects Bren to pilot a prototype VS equipped with a next-generation AI, capable of even autonomous behaviour. As the new "master" of this state-of-the-art machine, Bren designates it with the name "Gingira" and joins Walter to defend the fleet.
After a fierce and intense fight, Bren and Walter successfully destroy the attackers, but are forced to eject from Gingira during atmospheric entry to the surface of E.D.N. III - a planet with an unforgiving environment and the alien race known as Akrid (AK).
Each planet has a small chance of containing a modifier that will affect the colony should the world be colonized. They may be positive, negative or mixed, identified by the color of the modifier's border.
Terraforming Candidates are modifiers that have a small chance to appear on uninhabitable planets and are always added to worlds ruined by a crisis. The modifiers allow the planet to be terraformed if the Climate Restoration technology has been researched. They do not appear if the required expansion is not installed. The chance for the a planet to have the modifier is scaled by the Habitable Worlds game setting.
The following modifiers were found in the game files and are unorganized. The list is still being updated. There are over 370 planet modifiers, including decisions and previously identified modifiers, that were found within the game files. (WIP)
This dynamic nature of ice means that dramatic images of the end of a glacier collapsing, or a huge iceberg breaking away, are not necessarily caused by climate change. Likewise, these events may not be causing global sea level rise, because glaciers are constantly losing and gaining ice. What matters for climate change and global sea level rise is how fast ice is being lost, and whether the rate of loss is increasing.
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