If you own and have registered a Nintendo 3DS copy of Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate on Club Nintendo, your best friend will be pleased to hear that he or she is entitled to a free digital copy of the game – provided they register a Nintendo 3DS or 3DS XL system between 3rd June and 31st July. Continue reading
Not too long ago, we reported that Capcom would be region-locking Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate’s online servers. The Japanese developer had also recently stated that the game would not feature Off-TV Play, as it intends to offer a ‘true dual-screen experience’. Continue reading
Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate’s free demo hit the Nintendo eShop on both Wii U and 3DS today, ahead of the game’s launch in a month’s time. Eager to share our (lack of) Monster Hunting skills with you then, we’ve recorded the first half of the demo, which sees us (barely) take on the Lagombi – a giant, rabbit-like beast that was harder to defeat than its status as an ‘Easy Quest’ had us believe.
Be sure to check back tomorrow, when we’ll have even more juicy, 1080p Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate footage.
The Wii U version will feature a Premium Wii U console, a physical copy of the game, and a Wii U Pro Controller; whilst those opting into the handheld version can choose to invest in an all-black Nintendo 3DS XL with a digital copy of the game pre-installed.
On the games’ release date, the Circle Pad Pro XL accessory will also be available to purchase separately, for those wanting to experience the game with dual-stick controls on the larger handheld.
Capcom’s Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate is arriving on Wii U and Nintendo 3DS next month, and while the handheld version’s co-op mode is local-only, online multiplayer was a huge selling point in the Wii original – Monster Hunter Tri – and that will surely be the case with the HD remake, too. Continue reading
Capcom’s enhanced port of Wii game Monster Hunter Tri – Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate – has been given a firm European release date by Nintendo. Continue reading
Despite being the only developer with an online-enabled 3DS game available on the handheld’s launch day with Super Street Fighter IV: 3D Edition, and later releasing releasing two Resident Evil titles – each with relatively robust multiplayer options – on the same platform, Capcom‘s confirmed that the Nintendo 3DS version of Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate will not include the option to play with others via the Internet; unlike its Wii U counterpart. Continue reading
After cries of desperation from Western Monster Hunter fans, followed by reassuring statements from Capcom, the news we’ve all been waiting for was finally revealed during today’s Nintendo Direct presentation.