Monster Hunter Tri – Screens, artwork, website and trailer blowout

By Stephany Nunneley, Wednesday, 24 February 2010 20:47 GMT

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Capcom has released some screens and artwork for Monster Hunter Tri following today’s release date of April 20 at the Nintendo Media Summit in San Francisco.

A bundle containing the game and a classic Pro Controller will also be released with a demo hitting a game disc at GameStop on March 8.

The Wii exclusive bundle with controller will run $59.99 and the standalone game will run you $49.99 with free-online play at no cost with Wii Speak enabled for communication between players who don’t fancy text based chats.

Capcom has also announced that consumers who place a pre-order for the game will receive an exclusive collectible Monster Hunter Tri Points Card valued at 500 Points ($5.00) and available at time of pick-up, good towards the purchase of any content in the Wii Shop or Nintendo DSi Shop Channels.

The official website also opened for business today and so did the Monster Hunter YouTube Channel which features a video with Ironbeard McCullough.

Check out the gallery of shots Capcom sent over below.

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