Tag Archives: monster hunter 3
Tue, Mar 19, 2013 | 15:47 GMT
Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate is out today in North America and Friday in the UK, so Capcom has released a live-action launch trailer to get you pumped for the Wii U/3DS title. It’s below. On top of that, Capcom has also released a “Home Shopping Network” video spoof as well. It’s got a sword in it. Thanks, AGB.
Sat, Mar 16, 2013 | 16:30 GMT
Capcom has provided a list of Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate goodness, which reveals the actual scope of the game’s size.
Tue, Feb 26, 2013 | 17:37 GMT
Those wanting to see Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate in action should look no further than Capcom Unity’s Twitch TV channel for a watch. While the session is over and done with, you can wact a replay of the demo in action through the link. Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate is due in March, for 3DS and Wii U and the demo was released on February 21.
Thu, Jan 17, 2013 | 15:27 GMT
Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate shots have landed. Below the break you can have a look at versions for both Wii U and 3DS. Pack shots are also included. Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate releases at retail and through the eShop on March 19 in North America and on March 22 in Europe. A demo is slated for February 21 on both Wii U and 3DS. A day-one update adding functionality to support USB keyboards for chat, will also be released. A video showing the game’s intro can be found here.
Thu, Sep 13, 2012 | 19:03 BST
Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate will launch on Wii U and 3DS across Europe and North America in March 2013.
Thu, Feb 25, 2010 | 12:48 GMT
Monster Hunter tri’s online play will be free in the UK and Europe, Nintendo has confirmed.
Thu, Feb 25, 2010 | 11:20 GMT
Nintendo’s just announced an April 23 release date for Monster Hunter Tri in Europe.
Wed, Feb 24, 2010 | 21:18 GMT
Nintendo just blew up San Francisco with its US media summit, with Cammie Dunaway unleashing everything the Big N has to offer in the first half of 2010.
Get the lot below.
Wed, Feb 24, 2010 | 18:43 GMT
Nintendo’s just announced Monster Hunter 3 will be released in the US on April 20.
Wed, Feb 17, 2010 | 20:57 GMT
Hong Kong magazine Gamewave may just have a potential megaton in it’s next issue, which claims Monster Hunter Tri’s jumping ship from Wii to PSP.
Tue, Jan 05, 2010 | 18:28 GMT
Capcom said today that it’s passed Monster Hunter tri’s distribution rights over to Nintendo in Europe.
Mon, Oct 05, 2009 | 03:05 BST
Kotaku sends word that Monster Hunter 3′s receiving a extra additions en route to its Western release – you know, aside from that whole “English language” option we’re so fond of around here.
First up, the cooperative monster mash is probably losing its subscription fee when it crosses the pond.
“It’s something that we’re looking into at the moment and there are a few factors to consider. Firstly, Monster Hunter isn’t as popular in the West, so it might put people off. Secondly, Japan doesn’t have Friend Codes, so Capcom run all the servers and the monthly fee is essentially to pay for those costs,” Capcom’s Chris Kramer said.
In addition, Capcom producer Ryozo Tsjmoto said that the publisher is currently “looking into” possible Wii Speak functionality for the game.
More through the link.
Mon, Aug 31, 2009 | 13:21 BST
Capcom’s thrown down the banhamer on one poor bastard who decided to cheat while playing Monster Hunter 3. How long is the ban? 7 millenia, as in December 12 9999. The message from Capcom, which confirms the ban, reads:
Thu, Aug 20, 2009 | 17:26 BST
Capcom producer Ryozo Tsujimoto hasn’t quite ruled out the possibility of Monster Hunter 3 jumping ship from the Wii to the PS3 or Xbox 360.
Speaking at GamesCom, the producer said that if it was a “worthwhile” challenge, it might happen.
“We haven’t thought about it yet.”
“We’ve been asked that a lot. As creators, we want to be challenged. If that challenge would be worthwhile for us to work on in the future, then probably,” said Tsujimoto.
But for now, he’s quite content with the game being on the Wii.
Having said that, at the moment, I like working with the Nunchuk and the Wiimote quite a lot. Actually, a lot of the R&D guys told me that you can’t go back to using the classic controller because it feels rigid. We’re very happy with Tri. If there’s a new challenge on a different console, we’ll consider [it].”
Game’s out now in Japan. It’s coming to the West early next year.
Mon, Aug 17, 2009 | 19:44 BST
Tue, Aug 11, 2009 | 17:05 BST
Capcom has announced its GamesCom line-up for Cologne.
Here’s the list of games that will be on-hand:
- Lost Planet 2,
- Monster Hunter 3
- MotoGP 09/10
- Dark Void
- Tatsunoko vs. Capcom Ultimate All-Stars
Sounds like good times to us, and we will be there.
Full press release posted after the break.
Mon, Aug 03, 2009 | 17:12 BST
Capcom will launch Monster Hunter Tri in North America and Europe in early 2010.
The publisher also announced it’s bringing the Wii title to GamesCom in a couple of weeks, so visitors can try a localised version for the very first time.
Get the PR, after the jump.
The game was released in Japan over the weekend.
Fri, Jul 24, 2009 | 15:26 BST
Capcom has announced its online plans for Monster Hunter 3.
The Wii-exclusive boasts both single and online play, but after the free deals lasting 20 or 90 days, “Hunting Tickets” will cost the following:
- 30 days – 800 points
- 60 days – 1,500 points
- 90 days – 2,000 points
Game’s out August 1 in Japan.
Mon, Apr 20, 2009 | 20:12 BST
After the break you can see the ten minutes of footage from Wii’s Monster Hunter 3(-tri).
See a warrior wield a sword big enough to hack down a house. It’s awesome.
The latest in the ludicrously high-selling Japanese Capcom franchise is slated for a summer release.
Wed, Mar 11, 2009 | 23:41 GMT
Capcom’s upcoming Monster Hunter G and Monster Hunter 3 will charge Wii users a fee for online multiplayer in the way of Hunting Tickets, if this post over on NeoGAF is to be believed.
Capcom has apparently released a pricing schedule that goes into effect after players’ 14-day online trial expires. If you want to continue playing, will have to purchase Hunting Tickets.
Three different offerings will be made available lasting 30, 60 and 90 days. Each will run you 800, 1500, and 2000 Wii Points, respectively.
No word yet on when to expect either game, but at least with a real hunting ticket/license you get to keep shooting stuff for an entire year.
We’ll check this with Capcom.