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Lost Planet 3 Shows A More Dramatic Side In This New Trailer + Release Date Revealed

Capcom’s somewhat unexpected reboot/sequel of the Lost Planet series has emerged once again after a brief absence. Not seen since E3 2012, some had wondered if things had gone terribly wrong with Lost Planet 3 due to the radio silence both by Capcom and Spark Unlimited. Yet here we are once again graced by the new everyman hero of Lost Planet 3 along with news of when the game will arrive.

Lost Planet 3 Walkthrough Video Shows New Enemies And More Action

Capcom may not be doing gamers and Lost Planet fans any favors by not bringing EX Troopers, the Lost Planet spin-off, to the Western markets. It may suck that we won’t be able to control a Vital Suit whilst listening to JPOP, but we still have the opportunity to experience a new type of Lost Planet thanks to the upcoming third entry in the series.

EX Troopers May Not Receive Western Release

The sometimes tepid relationship gamers have with Capcom may only grow to be that more strenuous based on our latest update concerning EX Troopers. The PSN/3DS bound Lost Planet spin-off has received some admirable buzz in the last few months despite deviating from the established Lost Planet shoot-em-up formula in favor of a more RPG action/adventure experience.  

Lost Planet 3 Hands-On [E3 2012]

Of the many games out there that could receive the sequel treatment I think the fact that the Lost Planet series was set to continue with Lost Planet 3 surprised a lot of folks.  There’s no denying that the first Lost Planet game was good, but Lost Planet 2 was just kind of there and the lackluster sales almost signified that the interest people had in the series was beginning to decline.  But alas, Capcom opted to continue the Lost Planet series with a third entry and after playing the demo of Lost Planet 3 at E3 I’m kind of happy they did such a thing.

Lost Planet Is Receiving A Spin-Off With EX Troopers

Capcom has been on a roll lately when it comes to lightly trolling gamers, not only with the games that are produced by the company but the business decisions that are made as well. Far from being looked at as a once great warrior that has fallen, much like Konami is, Capcom is just making some weird moves that are a complete toss up when it comes to being viable financially and critically.

Lost Planet Returns With A New Game And A New Developer [Updated]

Capcom has done nothing but surprise us this generation in more ways than one.  Not only did the company kick off this generation with a bang through new IPs such as Lost Planet and Dead Rising, but they went on to produce some original titles that weren’t simply variations of the Resident Evil franchise.  That quest for originality, even if it wasn’t a guaranteed success, has resulted in some good and bad moments that at times have sent gamers through a wave of emotions.

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