Monster Hunter 4 represents a pretty serious step for the action RPG series. Get a good look at it in this direct feed footage from the Tokyo Game Show.
We probably won’t see Monster Hunter 4 for quite a while, although it hits Japan early next year; instead, we’re getting what is expected to be the last of many, many iterations of its precursor in the form of Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate for 3DS and Wii U.
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