An anime-style spin-off to the Lost Planet franchise.
E.X. Troopers (3DS)
Capcom however, remains frosty
Capcom’s E.X. Troopers may not be the latest or biggest Japanese 3DS game around, but it’s certainly no less worthy of inclusion here than any other game we’ve previously covered on Matters of Import and — as this and its high-resolution PS3 port are the only E.X. Troopers games so far — it is sadly still...
That's E.X. Troopers, by the way
"Like Lost Planet, but anime" could easily have been the most cynical boardroom pitch ever, but thankfully Capcom couldn't have any poured any more love into E.X. Troopers if it had tried. We've got a full Matters of Import feature coming up soon on this amazing title, so in the meantime grab yourself a hot beverage...
"The best thing we can get is input"
Capcom's Andrew Szymanski has stated in an interview with Siliconera that fans need to be more vocal to get their games they really want. Lost Planet spin-off E.X. Troopers was famously denied a western localisation because of the amount of work required to translate the Japanese text. H
Localisation would be much more difficult
Not so long ago Capcom released its Lost Planet spin off game E.X. Troopers in Japan on the 3DS and Playstation 3. It originally started off as a sequel to the original Lost Planet, but turned into a spin off title once the multiplayer element complicated things. It appears that hopes of a Western release...
Release date and limited edition confirmed for Japan
It's been getting teased for a number of months, but Capcom has finally confirmed a Japanese release date for upcoming 3DS Lost Planet spin-off E.X. Troopers: it'll hit stores on 22nd November and the standard version will cost ¥5,990 — just under £50 and a little over $75. Capcom has also...
Kerry plays a bit more of the best 3DS game never to make it out of Japan! http://www.nintendolife.com/games/3ds/ex_troopers
23rd Jan 14
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