E.X. Troopers 'Zoff' collaboration trailer - Gematsu
E.X. Troopers ‘Zoff’ collaboration trailer
posted on 11.19.12 at 06:22 AM EST by (@salromano)
Capcom teams up with eyeglasses maker for upcoming TPS.

Capcom has released two new trailers for its upcoming Lost Planet spin-off E.X. Troopers.

The first clip was made in collaboration with eyeglasses shop Zoff. You’ll see Bren, TeeKee, and others wearing glasses from the company’s Zoff Smart line of products. The second clip is a web-exclusive promotional video.

Watch both trailers below. View a new set of screenshots at the gallery.

Zoff Trailer

Web Trailer

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  • whiteferrero

    somehow, i just really feel like shouting… “PERSONA!”

    • FaithlessMr



  • FaithlessMr

    Fans: Oh, great game Capcom! It looks innovative, it looks fresh! It looks better than the games you’ve been pushing down our westerner game sore throats as of late. Can we get it?

    Capcom: NO.

    Fans: But…but capcom….! This really looks unique!


    Fans: But we like that stuff. There’s actually a great deal of people who appreciate this artstyle and japanese influence in videogames, there’s always been, you know that, right?

    Capcom: That is not correct. We know for a fact that western videogamers are allergic to anything that resembles the japanese culture or anything that’s anime-like.

    Fans: But…how…heck, how does that even make any sense?

    Capcom: And we’re killing Megaman, btw. We’re also outsourcing your favourite franchises because we now believe that will instantly make our games better.

    Fans: But that’s not how it works…how does that even make any sen…aw, forget it. At least we’re getting that Monster Hunter game.

    • I fucking agree this game looks unique, but no CAPCOM continues to prove themselves as the biggest utter Douchebags in the Video game industry as a whole. No E.X Troopers WTF CAPCOM. 


      • FaithlessMr

         They’ve been taking some bad decisions this gen. Others which weren’t so bad (like bringing MH3G over). But that seems to have been a common trend for Japanese publishers this generation. They just don’t know what to do.

    • PrinceHeir

      haha freaking agree :P

      i wonder if they’re gonna fire their MH and Ace Attorney team and just outsource everything western XD

      • FaithlessMr

        …to be honest, it’s perhaps only a matter of time until we see that happening.

    • 浪黒雷 (ro-kurorai)

      That made my day, thanks mate. It’s a bloody shame there are no localization plans as this looks about a 100 times more interesting than Lost Planet. But as you said, the foreign barbarians only appreciate games with blood, violence, guns and gore and musclebound macho-heroes. So us chaps, who actually appreciate some fresh new Japanese games have to import and deal with language barriers. Way to go. It was also a great idea to force NT to work with fucking UE3 on a new DMC game instead of the way superior, 60fps-proven MT Framework engine. One great business decision after another.

      • FaithlessMr

         Yeah, Capcom is keen on fucking up some of our favorite franchises and just crush our hopes. This comes off as weird and paradoxal for me. I mean….if they really want to turn into a “worldwide” company, then why limit some of their game releases to one territory? By that logic, it means everyone should get their games, in theory.

        But you can’t argue with big publishers these days, unless you have large ammounts of money and are ready to sign in some cheques ;)

        • 浪黒雷 (ro-kurorai)

          Unfortunately I do not have the money to sign cheques, so shaking my head and importing is the only viable alternative. Publishers these days…

          • FaithlessMr

            As consumers, we gotta keep voting with our wallets. But the problem is, the gaming industry has grown out of proportion, which means, a much wider audience that simply wants to have their annual footbal game and their annual shooter without actually giving much thought about the processes and tribulations that sustain the whole industry.

            This gaming industry expansion was both a blessing and a curse, dare I say.

            • 浪黒雷 (ro-kurorai)

              And it terrifies me, can’t imagine life without traditional (i.e. not mobile/social) games.

  • new_tradition

    Haha, I remember they did something with glasses for Sengoku Basara xD

  • Man. These troopers have style.