The only thing more satisfying than a successful Monster Hunter hunt is wearing the armor you made out of the beast you took down. I watched as Monster Hunter World director Yuya Tokuda hunted down a giant beast during a demonstration at E3, and while the weapons and monsters were great, the game’s world was the most…
Big swords. Large monsters. Carving blades. Even bigger swords than those other swords. It can only be one thing: Japan’s mega-popular franchise. It’s Monster Hunter World. Coming in early 2018.
To mark Monster Hunter XX’s Switch version, Capcom is releasing a special MH emblazoned Switch.
Capcom just announced that Monster Hunter XX, originally released on the 3DS as an expanded version of Monster Hunter Generations, will also be coming to the Nintendo Switch.
Monster Hunter XX sold 848,467 copies in its first week on sale on Japan. In comparison, Monster Hunter X sold 1,488,367 copes in its first week in the region, while Monster Hunter 4G sold 1,446,289 copies during its debut week.
XX? Surely, Capcom means XXX.
Hey, you’ve got some Breath of the Wild in my Monster Hunter XX! The upcoming Capcom title is getting a special in-game crossover with the latest Zelda.
You might know Paul W.S. Anderson as the guy who made the Mortal Kombat movie or the guy who makes the Resident Evil movies. Soon you’ll know him as the guy who makes the Monster Hunter movies.
Capcom announced a new Monster Hunter game. It’s called Monster Hunter XX (as in “double cross”) and has one rather messy looking logo. The game is for the 3DS and will be out March 18, 2017 in Japan. No word yet on an international release.
At the Tokyo Game Show, Capcom producer Ryozo Tsujimoto announced on stage that Hollywood is making a live-action Monster Hunter movie.
Monster Hunter Generations will be out for 3DS on July 15, Capcom said today. There’ll also be a slick Monster Hunter-themed New 3DS XL to go along with it.
It takes a little while for new Monster Hunter games to leave Japan, but Monster Hunter Generations is on the way this summer for 3DS. Nintendo also revealed there will be a Marth costume, and you have save data from the last game, you’ll get some bonuses.
After years of trying to get into Monster Hunter, I thought I’d finally found my opening. If any game could get me into co-op monster slaying, it would be Final Fantasy Explorers. It was a good try.
In Japan, Monster Hunter X is out, and it’s, as expected, a smash hit. No doubt Nintendo hopes people will buy more than the game.
It’s Monster Hunter, but cute and without any of the skill-based action... And you’re not a hunter.
You’ve seen that Japanese player’s elaborate batter box routine, right? Now see it again, but this time, remixed with Monster Hunter as well as with Star Wars.
Excited about upcoming 3DS game Monster Hunter X? Well, check out well over twenty minutes of gameplay footage. Monster Hunter X has been announced for November in Japan, but no word yet of a Western release.
In a Japanese Nintendo Direct presentation today, Capcom announced a new Monster Hunter for 3DS: Monster Hunter X. It debuted with a pretty incredible trailer: