What's cuter than a bunch of Felynes when it comes to Monster Hunter? The answer to that is absolutely nothing! Fans of the adorable kitty friends should find plenty to be happy about as Monster Hunter Diary DX, the 3DS version of the original PSP title from 2010, receives a new slew of them! Hit the jump to get a sneak peek.
Capcom recently announced Monster Hunter X (Cross) during its Monster Hunter Meeting 2015 event, setting the next entry in the series for a winter release on Nintendo 3DS in Japan. Check out the debut trailer after the jump.
Monster Hunter Explore is a smartphone game coming to iOS and Android in Japan sometime this year. It's a lighter take on Capcom's popular franchise, but it still has a variety of weapons with which players will be able to (hopefully) demolish monsters. See some quick samples of the 12 available weapons after the jump.
Capcom updated Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate with the latest free DLC pack, tossing in a bunch of themed equipment from the likes of Metroid, Mega Man, Street Fighter, and more. If you haven't picked it up yet, it will be available until the end of May, and you can see a video preview and the full list of contents after the jump.
Monster Hunter Frontier G got a new iteration on its Fate/stay night collaboration today with the April 15th introduction of Partnyer Equipment fashioned after Saber and Archer, and Armor Sets fashioned after Lancer (Male-only) and Rin Tohsaka (Female-only). These follow Saber, Archer, Rider, and Gilgamesh armor and equipments introduced over the last two years.
Call to Cosplay is back for a second season, and they start by hunting the most dangerous game! No, not man, but Rathalos and the other creatures of Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate! Hit the jump for more details on this crossover cosplay showdown!
It's another year, which means another new version of Capcom's Monster Hunter. In true Capcom form, not much has changed since Monster Hunter 3, but what new additions (and subtractions) there are make for a smoother, more enjoyable experience overall.
Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate is just a couple days from release in the west—February 13, the same day New Nintendo 3DS launches—so Capcom released a new trailer to prepare everyone for the hunting action to come after the jump.
Capcom recently posted a story trailer for Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate, setting the stage with a mysterious virus that's causing monsters to go berserk. The Nintendo 3DS game launches in North America and Europe on February 13, just in time for New Nintendo 3DS, and you can see what kicks it all off in the video after the jump.