The end has come for Spark Unlimited, developer of games like Lost Planet 3, Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z, and Legendary. A former employee recently spoke to Polygon, saying that the company isn't making games anymore and has laid off all of its employees. Read on for more.
Surviving ain't easy, as Lost Planet 3 protagonist Jim Peyton explains in the game's latest trailer. Watch as he gets thrown into ice-cold action while doing some deep thinking in the clip after the jump.
It's been a little while since we talked about Lost Planet 3, so what better way to break the silence than a gameplay trailer that features a truly gruesome foe. Watch after the jump as Jim Peyton squares off against a bug so big he has to hop in a mech to even the odds.
After popping out of the snow to notify everyone of its new, slightly delayed release, Lost Planet 3 is back with a new trailer. This time the latest entry in Capcom's series offers a first look at some of the multiplayer action to come. Check it out after the jump.
Last month, when Capcom first showed off the beardy box art for Lost Planet 3, the sequel was slapped with a June 25 release date in North America. According to a new press release detailing Capcom's upcoming lineup, however, things have changed, and Lost Planet 3 will now be arriving on August 27. Read on for more.
Capcom wants you to save the date for the North American release of Lost Planet 3, which sees protagonist Jim Peyton under attack from E.D.N. III's indigenous Akrid, shortly after which he finds himself coming to in what appears to be a secret base deep beneath the planet's surface. Dig the full setup in the Pirate Reveal trailer after the jump.
Capcom's Lost Planet spin-off E.X. Troopers has a really bright, striking style to it, and it's coming to an unusual pair of platforms: PlayStation 3 and Nintendo 3DS. Check out the colorful first trailer past the break!
Lost Planet 3 returns to the colder, less tropical parts of alien planet EDN-III, and brings all the scary wildlife along with it. Hit the jump to check out some cool new screens of this icebound action game!
We're seeing a bunch of Capcom's Captivate event trailers hitting YouTube, and the latest actually precedes the announcement of the game it's previewing. If you were a fan of the first two, you can look forward to Lost Planet 3 in 2013, and get an early look after the jump.