While they're consistent chart-toppers in Japan, Capcom's Monster Hunter action-RPGs haven't gained as much traction overseas. Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate is the latest in the epic loot-grinding series, but is it only for the MonHun faithful? Is it a good place to start for rookie Hunters? Check our full review of the 3DS and Wii U versions after the jump!
Yesterday we got a proper battle trailer for Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate, so now it's time to get into something a bit more cinematic. Capcom followed that up with the opening movie for those who can't wait until launch, so check it out after the jump.
With just a week to go before the launch of Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate on Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, Capcom rolled out a Battle Trailer that shows off plenty of cooperative huntin' action. Check it out after the jump.
Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate is scheduled to arrive on March 19, but Capcom already has an update planned for April. Thanks to community feedback, the update will add the ability to play MH3U away from the TV on the GamePad. Read on for more.
Capcom had Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate pegged for a March western release on Wii U and 3DS, and now the date has been confirmed for North America and Europe. The former will get to start hunting on March 19, with Europe set to follow on March 22.
If you like Japanese announcers shouting "HD!" and creating new, Monster Hunter-relevant uses for the acronym, you'll love the latest clip for Monster Hunter 3G HD Ver., which Capcom is calling Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate in the west. Check it out after the jump.
The previous Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate trailer was all about detailing the connectivity between the 3DS and Wii U versions, so Capcom saved up something much more visually enticing for New York Comic Con. See how the versions stack up against one another, and dig plenty of single and multiplayer action in the clip after the jump.