US Lost Planet PS3 demo pulled

Servers down too. Addressing "issues".

Capcom has temporarily pulled down the American PS3 demo for Lost Planet and shut down the multiplayer servers.

It has to address some "issues that have come to light", according to the US PlayStation blog, and a sparkly new version will available as soon as possible.

The error being reported is "not being able to connect to any multiplayer lobby", which tends to make playing with your friends online a little tricky.

Meanwhile, we are still waiting for Capcom Europe to announce its plans for our Lost Planet demo.

Pop over to our Lost Planet PS3 gamepage for more information.

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