A new Wii U downloadable app now allows 3DS Monster Hunter 3G players to enjoy co-op play over the internet.
Fanboys are awful. They can make innocent conversations uncomfortable. Just ask Japanese rocker T.M. Revolution. He is one of Japan's most recognizable singers. He's also the proud owner of a new PS Vita.
During the Nintendo 3DS's launch week, the portable sold 371,326 units in Japan. When Nintendo slashed the priced, the portable sold 214,821 units in Japan. What about when Monster Hunter 3G was released?
Over the weekend, Monster Hunter 3G launched in Japan. Sister site Kotaku Japan was on hand for the festivities in Shinjuku.
Japanese gamers can soon download the Monster Hunter 3G demo to their Nintendo 3DS handhelds. Demos aren't a new thing, and they give players a taste of the final product. Monster Hunter 3G does that, too. The taste, however, doesn't last forever.
Monster Hunter conquered Japan on the PSP. Monster Hunter 3G is coming to the 3DS. For a brief second, the game totally forgot that.
Here's a new trailer for Monster Hunter Tri 3G, which shows off some intense battles with the wide variety of monsters you will face.
One of the things that impressed me most about the 3DS was its online. With the 3DS, Nintendo has delivered a solid online experience—an experience that will be M.I.A. for Monster Hunter 3G.
For years, Monster Hunter has primarily been a PlayStation Portable game. With Monster Hunter 3G for the Nintendo 3DS, that's going to change.