Companies are continuing to detail their plans for handling the GameSpy shutdown, and now it's Capcom's turn. Lost Planet 3, Street Fighter 3: Third Strike, and Marvel vs Capcom Origins will all be more-or-less fine, while others aren't quite so lucky.
According to the announcement, all three of those games have either already migrated or, in the case of Lost Planet 3, started its migration. The PC and PS3 versions of LP3 will have their stats and leaderboards reset, but other than that they should all escape unscathed.
Capcom doesn't have plans to migrate servers for Age of Booty and Flock!. However, you can still play them with limited functionality. Flock! will just be missing its online features like level editor sharing, while Age of Booty will require a LAN setup.
Steve Watts posted a new article, Lost Planet 3, Street Fighter 3, and MvC Origins safe from GameSpy shutdown.
Capcom has outlined its plans to migrate some servers (and let others lapse) in light of the GameSpy shutdown.
Lost Planet is safe? Thank the gods!
The GameSpy shutdown has probably done more for GameRanger, Tunngle, and Evolve than they ever could have done for themselves, especially on the heels of GFWL dying.
It's also starkly established which game companies care about the gamers versus which will screw them over just to make a buck. 2K and Gearbox have really stepped up, along with Capcom to a lesser extent. EA on the other hand has really shown how little they value their customers.