The official Monster Hunter: World website has updated with two new highlight videos for Monster Hunter: World. The highlight videos feature a look at some of the character creation options and also features a look at some of the combat. Monster Hunter: World will be released worldwide for the Playstation 4 and Xbox One on January 26. The game will also be released in two versions: Digital Deluxe Edition & Collector’s Edition. The Digital Deluxe Edition will include: Samurai Set Armor Three additional gestures Two additional sticker sets Additional face paint Additional hair style The Collector’s edition will includeRead More
The official Monster Hunter Youtube channel has updated with the 2017 Paris Game Week trailer for Monster Hunter: World. The latest trailer features a look at the Rotten Vale location of the game. The trailer also reveals that there will be crossover with Horizon Zero Dawn that will be exclusive for the Playstation 4 version of Monster Hunter World. PSN Plus members will be able to gain exclusive access to the beta for the game that will be held on December 9-12. Monster Hunter: World will be released for the Playstation 4, Xbox One, and Steam worldwide on January 26, 2018.
Nintendo has updated their official Youtube channel with a DLC trailer for Monster Hunter Stories. The latest trailer takes a look at the first free DLC installment for the game which features The Legend of Zelda. The Legend of Zelda DLC will launch on September 28th.
The official Monster Hunter Youtube channel has updated with the Tokyo Game Show 2017 trailer for Monster Hunter: World. For those who are unaware Monster: Hunter World is Capcom’s take into the “open world” genre of gaming set in the world of the Monster Hunter series. The game will be the first installment in the series to have a worldwide launch. The trailer features another look in the game’s environment and a preview of some of the monsters that will be featured in the game. Monster Hunter: World will launch for the Playstation 4 and Xbox One worldwide on January 26, 2018.
The official Monster Hunter Youtube channel with a trailer for Monster Hunter: World. The latest trailer features a look at the Wildspire Waste. For those who are unaware Monster Hunter World is the newest incarnation of the Monster Hunter game series. Unlike the previous games it will feature an open world environment and will allow players to play online worldwide for the first time. Monster Hunter World will be released for the Playstation 4 and Xbox One worldwide in 2018.
Capcom has announced that they will be releasing the Monster Hunter Stories game in North America this Fall. The localization for the game for the game was first revealed during the Nintendo direct earlier today. For those who aren’t aware the Monster Hunter Stories game is a spin-off game for the Monster Hunter franchise. The game was developed by Marvelous Inc. and was released for the Nintendo 3DS on October 8, 2016. Monster Hunter Stories is a RPG game that is a set in the Monster Hunter universe. Unlike the traditional games in the franchise the player will play the role of a Rider taking care of various monsters andRead More
Deadline has recently posted a Q&A featuring Paul W.S. Anderson and Jeremy Bolt (Impact Pictures) about their work on the Resident Evil films. During the Q&A they revealed that they will be working on a live-action adaptation of the Monster Hunter game series. According to Deadline, Anderson already has a rough draft of the script finished and the team will be partnering up with Dennis Berardi, the co-founder/ president of VFK house, MR. X. Inc. The company previously worked with the team on the visual effects for the Resident Evil films. The Monster Hunter film is said to be around a $50 million budget. Deadline alsoRead More
Funimation has recently announced that they will be adding Monster Hunter Stories Ride On to their Fall 2016 Simuldub library. The Dub will premiere on Sunday, October 30th at 9:30 PT/ ET on the FunimationNow! service. Funimation provided a short synopsis for the series. Based on Capcom’s hit franchise, Monster Hunter, an exciting new anime comes from the creative minds behind Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure. In a world where people and monsters are at odds, some learn to coexist. Known as Riders, they awaken the powers of monsters and live alongside them in secrecy. Now, one young boy journeys to find his own companion and become the world’sRead More
Capcom recently had a small video presentation for Monster Hunter earlier today. The main focus of the presentation was the announcement that they will be releasing a brand new Monster Hunter game for the Nintendo 3DS titled “, Monster Hunter XX.” The game will launch in Japan on March 18, 2017.
Recently the Tokyo Game Show 2016 trailer for Monster Hunter Stories was recently uploaded to the Capcom Youtube channel. Monster Hunter Stories will be released on the Nintendo 3DS on October 8 priced at 5,800 yen for the physical copy and 5,546 yen for the digital release.
IGN has recently announced that Nintendo will be releasing three more Amiibo for Monster Hunter Stories. These three Amiibo will be released on December 8 and they include: Chevel with Rathian Ayuria with Barioth Dan with Qurupeco Similar to the already announced Amiibo for Monster Hunter Stories, these three Amiibo will feature the ability to swap the riders on the different monsters. Monster Hunter Stories as well as the first three Amiibo will be released on October 8.
The official trailer for Monster Hunter Generations DLC for The Legend of Zelda : Wind Waker has recently been uploaded to Youtube. This free DLC will unlock the Toon Link costume for your Palico. Monster Hunter Generations will be released on the Nintendo 3DS on July 15, 2016.
Nintendo has recently posted the E3 trailer for Monster Hunter: Generations. The trailer was originally shown during the Nintendo Treehouse event. The trailer features a look at some of the new monsters that will be featured in the game. Monster Hunter : Generations will be released on the Nintendo 3DS on July 15, 2016. Powerful enemies like the Grimclaw Tigrex have survived previous hunter encounters and have taken on new traits and abilities. These are sure to provide a challenge for even the most seasoned hunters. Demo codes will be sent out in emails, but will beRead More
Capcom has recently announced several new details for the upcoming Monster Hunter Stores game for the Nintendo 3DS. First it has been confirmed that the game will launch on October 8th in Japan priced at 5,800 Yen or 5,546 Yen via download. It has also been revealed that three Amiibo will be released to be used with the game which include the main hero riding a One-Eyed Ratholos (Boy & Girl), and one based on the hero’s partner named Nabiru. The Amiibo will allow you to unlock special Otomon, which are the collectible monsters in the game. Both hero rider AmiiboRead More