The secret to Sony's success in Japan is summed up in two words: "Monster" and "hunter". The series has sold millions of PSP copies and millions of PSPs. It looks set to do the same thing. This time, MH won't only be doing that Sony's handheld portable, but for the Nintendo 3DS.
Since launch, gamers have been down on the Nintendo 3DS's games, or lack thereof. Today in Tokyo, Nintendo went though a healthy line-up of revealed titles like Kid Icarus: Uprising and teased new ones like Mario Tennis.