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Capcom sale going on now through Green Man Gaming

Green Man Gaming has a sale going on featuring various discounts on Capcom titles. The sales is going on now through October 28 so you have plenty of time. A list of games on sale is below the break.

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Lost Planet headlines

  • Lost Planet 3 has been delayed into August

    Lost Planet 3 has been delayed into August for “business reasons,” Capcom has announced. Originally slated for June 25 in North America and in Europe on June 28, it will now release on PC, PS3, and Xbox 360 on August 27 in North America and August 30 in Europe.

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  • Lost Planet 3 videos show opening moments of the game

    Lost Planet 3 lands on PC, PS3, and Xbox 360 in June, and if you are interested in watch the opening segments, you should head over to IGN. The site offers three videos with and without commentary. Lost Planet 3 releases in North America on June 25 and in Europe on June 28.

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  • EX Troopers 'Night Treasures' trailer is full of fast-paced mayhem

    Lost Planet spin-off EX Troopers is never coming to the west, according to Capcom. The Nintendo 3DS shooter looks fun as all hell, and the brilliant gameplay trailer below makes us wish it was coming out here that little bit more. Sigh.

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  • EX Troopers gameplay trailer shows fun you will never have

    Lost Planet 3DS spin-off EX Troopers looks fun, and the gameplay trailer from Capcom below makes it look even more fun. It’s just a shame it’s never coming out in the West. Anyway, check out the clip below and dream a beautiful dream.

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  • Lost Planet 3 has more narrative-driven gameplay, weather patterns play into it

    Lost Planet 3 producer Andrew Szymanski has said the game will contain more narrative-driven gameplay and changing weather patterns.

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  • E.X. Troopers: Lost Planet spin-off gets J-Pop crazy TGS trailer

    E.X. Troopers, Capcom’s action-heavy Lost Planet spin-off has received a new trailer out of TGS. Capcom recently confirmed that the game would not see a release in the West, which sucks, because it actually looks fun in a daft kind of way. Watch what you could have had below.

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  • Lost Planet spin-off E.X. Troopers not launching in West - Capcom

    E.X. Troopers is a Lost Planet spin-off that takes an all-out action perspective on the franchise, along with colourful anime visuals. It looks interesting, but the 3DS game won’t be coming out in the West any time soon, developer Capcom has said.

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  • Capcom releases new screens and videos for EX Troopers

    Capcom’s released some new videos for EX Troopers, the academy-based Lost Planet spin-off heading for PS3 and 3DS. The game will take place at a school academy of sorts featuring the fight between pirates and Akrid aliens on EDN-3rd. The game is produced by Monster Hunter veteran Shintaro Kojima. It’s out this year, and a […]

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  • First EX Troopers trailer shows different side to Lost Planet

    Capcom’s released the first trailer for EX Troopers, the academy-based Lost Planet spin-off announced in Famitsu this week for PS3 and 3DS. Get it below, via TSA. It’s out this year.

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  • EX Troopers announced as Lost Planet spin-off for 3DS, PS3

    Famitsu’s unveiled EX Troopers in its new issue this week for 3DS and PS3 as a spin-off to Lost Planet.

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  • DLC announced for SSFIV, Lost Planet 2, MotoGP 09/10

    Capcom has announced some DLC goodies that are heading to Super Street Fighter IV, Lost Planet 2, and MotoGP 09/10.

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  • Lost Planet 2 video shows loads of action

    Capcom has release another Lost Planet 2 video, and this time instead of showing Marcus and Dom from Gears, it shows off some of the cool action we can expect to see in the game. Not that Marcus and Dom aren’t cool or anything.

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  • Capcom thinking of other platforms for Lost Planet 2

    Capcom’s Jun Takeuchi has told GameDaily that Capcom’s considering other platforms for Lost Planet 2. The game’s currently only confirmed for PC and Xbox 360, bt Takeuchi said that the firm is “currently investigating other platforms”. He also discussed the current economic climate, saying he felt that the game industry is relatively safe despite the […]

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  • Lost Planet $5, £3.50 on Steam this weekend

    This is a bit silly. Lost Planet’s cut price on Steam this weekend, down to either $5 or £3.50, depending where you are. Just buy it. You really might as well. At least then you’ll know what’s going on with the story when you finally get the play the scrotum-shrinking sequel.

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  • Dead Rising and Lost planet sequels might go multiplat

    In an interview in the upcoming issue of Famitsu, Capcom’s Keiji Inafune confirmed there will be new Dead Rising and Lost planet games. He also mentioned they could potentially go multiplatform. “We’re finally putting out new Dead Rising and Lost Planet games! As a main principle we’re thinking about multi-platform, and expanding upon both slightly […]

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  • Lost Planet movie working with nearly $200 million budget

    Remember when Square almost exploded into coins after Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within vomited all over the big screen? Well, this isn’t really like that – mostly because Capcom has licensed Lost Planet out to a third-party. But still. $150-$200 million. The information was confirmed by Capcom Head of Character Content Business Toshihiro Tokumaru during […]

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  • Kim sees FFXIII as key to Japanese development door

    In a lengthy interview with 1UP, Microsoft head Shane Kim said that the capture of Final Fantasy XIII should unlock many doors in Japan. “Well, the Final Fantasy XIII announcement has some beneficial side-effects,” said Kim. “The more games of this nature, and of the Devil May Crys and Resident Evils, that we secure on […]

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  • Inafune: Lost Planet was always supposed to "become a Hollywood movie"

    Speaking at the Capcom E3 press conference yesterday, Capcom head of research and development and online business Keiji Inafune said that Lost Planet was always intended for the big screen, writes 1UP. “Inafune went so far as to say that the company’s original goal when developing Lost Planet was “to create a game that would […]

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  • Warner Bros and Capcom confirm Hayter-written Lost Planet movie

    According to this Variety story, Warner Bros and Capcom have now confirmed that a Lost Planet movie will definitely be made, and that David Hayter will write the script. Apparently Capcom’s going to co-finance the project. No date yet. More through the link.

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