Even though Monster Hunter 3G and Monster Hunter 4 have only just been announced as part of Capcom’s festivities at Tokyo Game Show, fans are already clamouring to find out whether or not the games will be localised and released outside of the Japan-centric market.
As Siliconera reports, traditionally this is where publishers would keep tightlipped, but Capcom’s bucking the trend, with Senior Vice President of strategic planning and business development reassuring gamers that he is listening.
“Noted guys. Stay tuned.” That’s all he posted – and that’s all it takes to soothe the savage beast.
Putting a few assorted puzzle pieces together, it looks like a Western Monster Hunter release of sorts is fairly likely – Svensson posted on the Capcom forums back at the end of August that “Western MH fans have lots to be excited about for the future”.
Fingers crossed that we’re all on the same page here – the Monster Hunter fans in the west are getting restless.
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