This August, Monster Hunter Portable 3rd is invading Universal Studios Japan. Details are scant, but the USJ event kicks off this August, and there should be recreations of the game's monsters.
Sony today unveiled a new initiative whereby select PlayStation Portable titles will be ported to the PlayStation 3, with improvements made along the way to (hopefully) make the whole thing worthwhile.
This past weekend, collectible figurine event Wonder Festival was held in Chiba, Japan. Collectors and cosplayers gathered for the festivities. Voice actress Haruna Ikezawa was in attendance, and she ended up having a rotten time.
Earlier this month, Monster Hunter Portable 3rd went on sale in Japan, and oodles and oodles of people bought it. The game is a smash, and Capcom says it's the company's fastest selling title ever.
Monster Hunter and Metal Gear collaborations didn't end with Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker. They're just getting started.
Japan's biggest PSP franchise Monster Hunter Portable is getting a beverage for players to drink and think about hunting monsters. It is yellow.
Yu Darvish, the half-Japanese half-Iranian pitcher for the Nippon-Ham Fighters, is a popular guy. He's tall, handsome and a brilliant pitcher. And he's being followed by Japan's biggest voice actress.
Sony's PSP handheld has recorded its biggest weekly hardware sales in Japan since its 2005 launch, thanks to a monster title from Capcom.
From Godzilla to Gamera, Japan loves its monsters. Pokémon, or Pocket Monsters, is no exception. But Pokémon's days as Japan's reigning video game monster ruler could be over.
Eagerly awaited PSP game Monster Hunter Portable 3rd went on sale in Japan earlier today. How was the launch? Madness.
Tomorrow in Japan, arguably this year's most eagerly awaited game, Monster Hunter Portable 3rd, goes on sale. It's retail price is ¥5,800 (US$69). Buy it and make a profit.
This won't be what you see while playing the soon-to-hit-Japanese-PSP Monster Hunter Portable 3rd, but it sure sets the mood.
Just like these male models!
Sony is releasing a limited edition version of its popular (in Japan) PlayStation Portable, one designed to be easier on players' thumbs and to capitalize on the highly anticipated release of Monster Hunter Portable 3rd. Let's have a look...
Sony Computer Entertainment Japan isn't done with the PlayStation Portable. In fact, it's releasing an updated version of the PSP alongside Monster Hunter Portable 3rd, introducing a new analog stick.
And who doesn't love fanny packs?
Wii title Tales of Graces was so buggy that the game had to be recalled. A ported (and no doubt refined and hopefully bug-free version) is coming to the PS3.
Monster Hunter, the game series that lets players hunt...monsters, is getting another installment.