In addition to the Sailor Moon Crystal anime and Japanese Blu-ray releases of the original series, the Sailor Moon anniversary celebration is even extending to the world of Monster Hunter. A collaboration with Monster Hunter XX will bring the Cutie Moon Rod weapon and Narikiri Luna shield to Felynes, and you can see a preview in the trailer after the jump.
Fairy Tail Hiro Mashima has signed on for some guest weapon design in Monster Hunter XX as the game prepares to head to the Japanese Nintendo 3DS platform on March 18th. The Urano Metria is named for Lucy Heartfilia's like-named spell (aka "Ultimate Magic of the Stars"). Check it out after the jump.
Capcom is getting ready to follow up Monster Hunter Generations (known as Monster Hunter X in Japan) with Monster Hunter XX (Double Cross) on March 18, 2017. A week or so ago we caught a quick 30-second peek at some of the new features, and Capcom is back with a second full three-minute promo.
Hatsune Miku is entering the world of Monster Hunter in the game's latest campaign! Check out Snow Miku and her bunny friend, Yukine, as they suit up to battle monsters in Monster Hunter Frontier Z. The game's new gacha campaign lasts a full year, giving you the chance to dress up as Miku or Yukine and wield a variety of starry sky weapons. Hit the jump for more information!
Monster Hunter Generations is getting further enhanced in Japan in the form of Monster Hunter XX, which adds in new G-Rank quests, a new main monster, the "Brave Style" of hunting, and more. Capcom's most recent preview is a quick one, but you can see a lightning-round sampling of the new features in the commercial after the jump.
October brought with it an assortment of game-related collaborations for Monster Hunter Generations, but November is all about anime and manga. Free content this month includes collaborations with Baki the Grappler, Fairy Tail, Crows, Yowamushi Pedal, Ushio and Tora, Magi, and Yu-Gi-Oh!.
Just because Nintendo Switch is coming out sometime in March doesn't mean 3DS has to die right away. If Capcom has anything to say about it, Nintendo's portable will no doubt be home to many more Monster Hunter entries, and the next is Monster Hunter XX (that's Double Cross). Read on for a debut trailer and more.