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Following the multiplatform tumble of nearly every game in existence, Capcom has said that its Xbox 360 exclusives Dead Rising and Lost Planet will not be following Devil May Cry 4's lead and hopping on the multiplatform bandwagon.
This is according to the company's director of strategic research, Christian Svensson, who posted on Capcom's official forums stating that the two 360 action games "are not slated to appear on Wii or PS3 as far as current plans go."
Svensson previously said in reference to DMC4 that Capcom was "committed to making its titles available to as wide an audience as possible."
Above: Frank West and his snappy wardrobe are staying put on the 360
"The quote delivered above references our strategy moving forward, not something that is necessarily retroactive." Svensson elaborates. "You can see evidence of this with our previously stated [Resident Evil 5] plans going to 360 and PS3 simultaneously,"
As for the hotly-rumored Dead Rising sequels, we'd bet a penny or two on at least them reaching Sony's console.
March 27, 2007
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