To mark the release of Monster Hunter 4, Nintendo is releasing a special Monster Hunter 3DS XL. Yes, again.
There will be Mario and Luigi costumes in the 3DS' Monster Hunter 4 according to today's Japanese version of Nintendo Direct. For those of us who like bizarre, disturbing things in our games, this is great news.
To mark the release of Monster Hunter 4, Nintendo is once again releasing a special MH4 branded handheld. It's classy looking.
Remember how popular Monster Hunter was on the PSP in Japan? And how it became a system seller for the Sony hardware? And how the PSP was pretty much the machine Japanese people used to play Monster Hunter? Remember that?
The absurd string of major games on the once-sleepy 3DS continues next month, at least in Japan, where they're getting the mammoth Monster Hunter 4 on September 14.
Monster Hunter 4 will be released on September 14 in Japan. There will also be limited edition MH4 themed 3DS XL bundles available at launch.
Presenting the latest addition to the Monster Hunter gallery o' monsters: Sharks that can crawl on land.
2013 is only 1/12th over. With 11 months left and new console news on the horizon, Weekly Famitsu asked its readers what games they were looking forward to for this year. Here's a list of the top 30 anticipated upcoming games for 2013 (note: All publishers and release dates are for Japanese release versions):…
According to Japanese game magazine Game Lab, Nintendo 3DS exclusive Monster Hunter 4 was delayed to summer for a reason other than "improving quality". That reason is apparently that the game is also being developed for the…
3DS title Monster Hunter 4 has been delayed in Japan from March to "summer" to improve quality, Capcom announced today.
Next March, Monster Hunter 4 is slated for the 3DS. The game is a huge boon for Nintendo as it will definitely move loads of 3DS portables. So many Japanese gamers cannot wait to play this game!
Nintendo 3DS title Monster Hunter 4 will be out next March in Japan. It will have online multiplayer.
A demo of Capcom's Monster Hunter 4 on the 3DS was up for play at the Tokyo Game Show, and here's how the 15-minute gameplay was. They provided me with 3 different quests with a ranging difficulty of easy, medium and hard, and a premade set of armor for each of the special weapons in-game. I chose the newest weapon…
I doubt it. But bless Capcom and Nintendo for trying. Here's the TGS trailer for the upcoming monster battler, which is coming out for the 3DS.
In the West, few people care about Monster Hunter. Most really do not give a flip. Japan, however, is another story. There is one game Japan seems to desire more than any right now. That game is Monster Hunter 4.