Lost Planet spin-off E.X. Troopers is set to hit Japan on November 22, and Capcom has another (final?) look at the colorful third-person shooter in a new trailer and training video. Take a peek at both after the jump!
Colorful Lost Planet spin-off E.X. Troopers is nearing its Japanese release on PlayStation 3 and Nintendo 3DS, and the latest clip from 4Gamer offers the most extensive look at the shooter yet. Check out 15 minutes of footage from the intro cutscene and beyond after the jump.
Capcom's Lost Planet spin-off, E.X. Troopers, is headed to both PlayStation 3 and 3DS in Japan on November 22, but the latest clip focuses on Nintendo's portable. See what was shown at last night's Nintendo Direct presentation, including a healthy dose of giant Akrid enemies, after the jump.
Capcom's latest look at Lost Planet spin-off E.X. Troopers is a pretty substantial one. After kicking off with some character intros and base exploration, the clip jumps right into the action, showing off its fast-paced solo and co-op combat as players take down massive Akrid on EDN-3rd.
We've been following Capcom's Lost Planet spin-off, E.X. Troopers, pretty closely, mostly because it looks really cool. We got an extended look at the third-person shootin' action recently, and now Japanese gaming mag Famitsu reports word of a November 22 release date in Japan. Read on for more!
E.X. Troopers is a stylish, accessible shooter due out sometime this year on Nintendo 3DS and PlayStation 3 in Japan. An extra-large helping of the Lost Planet spin-off is on display in a new, nearly nine-minute clip. Hit the jump to check it out!
Directed by Resident Evil 5's Yasuhiro Anpo, with Dai Sato on the script, Lost Planet spin-off E.X. Troopers is looking as stylish as ever. The latest clips from the official website focus exclusively on some of the fancy action, so check it out after the jump!
E.X. Troopers, the cel-shaded spin-off to Capcom's Lost Planet series, is set to hit Nintendo 3DS and PlayStation 3 in Japan later this year. Check out the latest promo for the stylin' shooter past the break.