An editorial written by a South Korean exchange student about Chinese online games has been circling the Chinese internets as of late. In his article the author talks about his love for China and all things Chinese, but he delves furthest into his disdain of China's video games and its gaming industry listing his top…
Face it: the minute Capcom releases a new Monster Hunter game on the PS Vita, Sony will sell a bajillion PS Vita units. But now, Nintendo has locked up Monster Hunter 4, so tough crap? These mysterious screens hint at the possibility of a new Monster Hunter game in the Vita's future. Or do they?
China's Monster Hunter styled MMO, Hunter Blade, looks, plays, and feels exactly like Monster Hunter—well, almost. Despite adding some much needed gameplay elements to MH, Hunter Blade is a flawed monster hack and slash.
Hunter Blade might draw a little too heavily from Monster Hunter, but that's not stopping the game from gathering a following in China. Or stopping it from an international release, even.
Hunter Blade is a Chinese developed online game in which players hunt monsters. It doesn't look a little like Capcom's Monster Hunter. It looks a lottle like Monster Hunter.
Above is a recent trailer for the game. Players slay large prehistoric-looking monsters. So original!