Capcom now believes the app needed for Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate's 3DS-WiiU cross-saving will be available Friday.
The ability to transfer save files across Wii U and 3DS versions of the new Monster Hunter series failed to go live on the game's North American launch day yesterday, despite being featured in the main trailer for the game.
Capcom just released the introductory cinematic to Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate, which comes out March 19 for Wii U and 3DS. Gorgeous, don't you think? Too bad the real game doesn't look like this.
To start with, a fair bit of warning: I am not what you would call a Monster Hunter fan. The first (and last) game of the series I played was Monster Hunter Freedom 2 and that experience left me feeling that Monster Hunter just wasn't the series for me. But then I saw Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate for the Wii U which…
No one can doubt that Monster Hunter is a phenomenal success in Japan. One iteration or another has been on every major console of the last generation (sans the Nintendo DS). So it is no surprise that when the Wii U launched in Japan, it had a Monster Hunter to go along with it: Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate.
Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon comes to the 3DS on March 24, one highlight among several release dates Nintendo announced for its spring lineup this morning.
Via Capcom, here's footage of the Wii U version of Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate, to be released this March for both Wii U and 3DS.
When I watched this trailer for Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate, which Capcom is bringing both to Wii U and 3DS this March, I had two main takeaways: