Having already been captivated by the preview version, we're happy to confirm that the final release of David Board's Lifeless Planet lives up to our expectations in every way. Radically exotic, the discovery of what this Lifeless Planet holds delivers a nice mix of platforming, puzzle solving and, most importantly, a great deal of exploration. The sense of loneliness and desperation weights heavily on the hero and is further amplified by the discrete narration and sparse use of musical cues. The mix of melancholy string instruments layered with surreal electronic sounds recalls not only the wonderful score from the Mass Effect series but also the mysterious atmosphere of Cities of Gold, a wonderful animated series our older readers may remember. If you're an explorer at heart this is a game not to miss provided you're playing on a PC, of course.
That's because Chris Pratt doesn't really act like anyone but Chris Pratt. I thought his character is P&R was too unbelievable, but nah he's a real person. I wonder who ties his shoes. (24 minutes ago)
@nostradamus: Haha. That scene is genius... in being so bad. (1 Hour ago)
@droezelke: an even better choice would be Paul Rudd, he would be perfect (2 Hours ago)
@HR2: Chris Pratt would be just as good. :-) (2 Hours ago)
@droezelke: then I think we would be wrong to complain about this one, this is the only role he was born to play, if anything he should have adopted different acting methods for his other roles (2 Hours ago)
I have the same issue with Chris Pratt. In Parcs and rec, I saw his character. But ever since, I can only see him as his character in parcs and rec. In Passengers, he almost succeeded. (2 Hours ago)