Lifeless Planet

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7 / 10
Jul 14, 2014

Lifeless Planet is bold and memorable and oddly sweet in the earnestness of its message and its preoccupations. It's a truly efficient payload. Fire it up and be transported.

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60 / 100
Jun 13, 2014

The previews looked fantastic, but the final release of Lifeless Planet fails to build that potential into a worthy game.

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7.3 / 10.0
Jul 3, 2014

Some technical limitations hold Lifeless Planet back from being a completely immersive adventure, but ultimately the experience is memorable

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Jul 27, 2016

Lifeless Planet is an interesting mash-up of genres, blending a walking simulator and platform-puzzling with a mysterious and quite gripping premise. Its slow pace mightn't be for everyone, but if you enjoy action adventures, are partial to tricky third-person platforming, and like classic sci-fi yarns, it's worth checking out.

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4.5 / 10.0
May 22, 2015

Over ambition has killed what is a great premise for a story driven 3rd person game, regardless of it's humble beginnings.

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5 / 10
May 20, 2015

Lifeless Planet delivers a brief adventure just about worth taking, but it doesn't offer enough technically or say enough thematically, despite the odd flourish on both counts.

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Unscored
Jun 20, 2014

Every tone it attempts is struck with confidence and talent, from creeping horror to outright terror to reflective serenity. Give it a moment and you'll be stuck with it until you're finished.

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May 11, 2015

'Lifeless Planet' seems to have the necessary ingredients for a successful indie exploration and discovery game, but ultimately falls short of its potential.

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70 / 100
Aug 3, 2016

The expansive vistas of the alien world in Lifeless Planet add to the loneliness and the emptiness of being the sole living being on an entire planet (sort of).

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65 / 100
May 29, 2015

I found that I enjoyed Lifeless Planet quite a bit after I spent a time with it and got past the frustrating aspects of the game. This title is 100% made for the 'niche-gamer' and won't appeal to a broader audience. This is evident with the level design frustrations early on, which will no doubt scare away some gamers from even playing past a certain point. Get past some of the rough patches though and there is some good to be found in this title, especially when it comes to the story driven narrative that takes you through this grand adventure.

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