Extreme Collectors is a show based upon a very simple truth - the world is full of collectors. The series follows host Andrew Zegers as he travels in search of truly incredible and unique collections. It is entertaining, fun and fast-paced television. Part road trip, part treasure hunt, the show features Andrew touring through meticulously cared-for collections in homes all across North America. It taps into the fascinating world of collectors - meeting them, learning their back-stories, and ultimately finding out the value of their massive collections.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Extreme Collectors - Lost Planet: Extreme Condition - Netflix
Lost Planet: Extreme Condition (ロスト プラネット エクストリーム コンディション, Rosuto Puranetto Ekusutorīmu Kondishon) is a third-person shooter video game, not a survival game. developed and published by Capcom for Xbox 360, Microsoft Windows and PlayStation 3. The game was released in Japan in December 2006 and worldwide in January 2007. Originally intended to be an Xbox 360 exclusive, it was later ported and released for Microsoft Windows in June 2007 and PlayStation 3 in February 2008.
Extreme Collectors - Sales - Netflix
The demo for the Xbox 360 version was the second-highest downloaded demo on Xbox Live as of September 2007, and the game was the 10th-most played game on the online service in 2007. The Xbox 360 version was a best-seller in North America and the UK, and was the highest-selling Xbox 360 game in the United States in January 2007 with 329,000 units sold. Capcom shipped a million units of the game worldwide by January 17, 2007, and by the end of March 2007, it had sold 1.37 million units. A year after its release, the Japanese Xbox 360 version had sold 61,555 units and was the 10th-highest selling Xbox 360 game in the region. The PlayStation 3 version was a best-seller in Japan and North America, and entered the British sales charts at position 34 the week of its release. The North American version received a boost in sales in December 2008 when Amazon offered a sale on the title. Both console versions were popular titles on American video game rental company GameFly, with the Xbox 360 version the service's number one rental across all platforms for a time in early 2007. The PC version placed on the list of top 5 sellers in Japan. The combined sales for both versions of Lost Planet are of 2.8 million units.
Extreme Collectors - References - Netflix