Tag Archives: Lost Planet: Extreme Condition
Tue, Feb 19, 2008 | 11:32 GMT
Sat, Feb 16, 2008 | 19:50 GMT
This is going to be popular on Monday. According to this, the PS3 version of Capcom’s Lost Planet insists on being installed on the hard drive, a 5Gb transfer that takes up to 20 minutes. If your goldfish memory stretches back far enough, you’ll recall that Devil May Cry 4 forced the same wait on PS3 owners.
Sat, Feb 09, 2008 | 15:28 GMT
Capcom has pulled the demo for the PS3 version of Lost Planet: Extreme Condition in the US as, for some as yet unexplained reason, it refused to connect to multiplayer servers.
“The multiplayer demo for Lost Planet: Extreme Condition is temporarily being removed from the PlayStation Network in order to address issues that have come to light,” said a post on the US PlayStation blog. “We will be working overtime to correct the issue and expect to upload a new version to the PlayStation Network as soon as possible that accurately reflects the incredible online features of the game.”
Wed, Feb 06, 2008 | 09:25 GMT
Capcom just got back to us on Lost Planet: Colonies, the game that was apparently inadvertently announced via the ERSB in the US last night. Don’t hold the front page, but Capcom “can’t comment on unannounced games.” Looks like you’ll just have to wait to see what this is.
Wed, Feb 06, 2008 | 08:30 GMT
A product call Lost Planet: Colonies has been rated by the ERSB in the US as “teen”, says this, although no one seems to have any idea what it actually is. The Capcom action game, Lost Planet: Extreme Condition, released for Xbox 360 and PC, and a PS3 version is scheduled to release this month. We’re waiting on comment from Capcom on this.