1up investigated how 'exclusive' Lost Planet really is and they unearthed some rather interesting info.
I sure hope Lost Planet comes to PS3 Cause that game looks bloody amazing.
japanase developers should do the same as the american developers and should develope games only for ps3.
Eh? How many American developers code their titles exclusively for Xbox? Your wish is already fullfilled, Japanese developers already make almost all exclusive titles for PS2.
yes that's correct....I don't know what achira is talking about????
sony soldiers actually admitting that the 360 has some SIK IP's!!!!!
does that mean that the x360 stand a chance of getting DMC 4 or the new RESIDENT EVIL!!if theres a demand for it.going by that statement we can expect to see ALL of capcoms games cross platform dont you think!!
Lost Planet may go to the PS3, and the 360 migy not see any pf PS3 exclusives
RE5 is already coming to the 360 and Capcom has talked about DMC4 as well. The door swings both ways.
if you sony fans want lost planet and dead rising just buy a freaking 360,i thougth the 360 dident have any good title coming sony fans,thats all i hear and ps3 has all the good games not the 360 do tho and yall is mad becouse you have to shell 600 and no good games.
well, i have a 360 and play the Lost Planet demo almost religiously. i posted the news to level the playing field on this site, a site where 95% of the posters are XBox fanboys. may as well give the PS3 fanboys something to cheer about too.
Giving people false hope is mean, so you better be right.
they better improve it 'cause it was too boring for me (AI wasn't very bright either). Great particle effects and some nice motion blur, but the gameplay just hasn't impressed me.
it was a damn E3 demo and when does the game come out? theres hell of time to improve.
This article doesn't really say anything. The exact same thing was said by Capcom about Devil May Cry 4 possibly not being a PS3 exclusive. At this point it means nothing. What this article says is basically, 'if we don't make enough money to warrant exclusivity, then for our own sakes we will port it.' The same thing can be applied to Capcom's talk of DMC4. If the PS3s aren't selling well enough to warrant making the game exclusive to the PS3, then the game will also appear on 360 and/or Wii.
In addition, 1up is a piss poor site. They are heavily biased so I wouldn't trust anything that comes from them. The article should have been focused on exclusivity for all consoles. Instead it focused on 'Only on Xbox' and tried to debunk it. Piss poor.
What this article should have really said was since the console war this generation will be more or less even (much more even then last generation), the whole idea of exclusivity just doesn't make as much since anymore for 3rd party devs. This is why Sony is losing most of its exclusives. Not because the PS3 will suck, or won't sell well, but because the other two consoles (especially the 360) look to sell nearly the same amount or more units than the PS3.
Exclusivity will now be based soley on 1st party, 2nd party, cost of development, and how much money is paid to 3rd parties for the exclusivity. It will no longer be based on the dominant console. Lucky for MS, it's cheaper and easier to develop for the 360, so many of the small developers will only make games for the 360. These are the less hyped games, though, and won't sell systems. The other benifit MS has is that it has about 100x more money than Sony and can afford to buy more developers off. Sony still has some Japanese nationalistic support, but business is business, no matter what part of the world you are from. As time goes by, (and you can see this happening already) Japanese developers are being drawn to the almighty $ just like the rest of the world's developers. If it's very profitable, it will be done. Period.
Ok so they can have this game like 6 months after we get it, cause than it'll be like GTA, it's cool to have, but your still getting sloppy seconds
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