Capcom has given us a look at the gorgeous opening cinematic for the upcoming Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate on the Nintendo 3DS. The opening movie is CGI, but that won’t stop people from getting hyped about the game which launches here in the west next year.
Capcom has announced that Animal Crossing content will be coming to Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate in Japan. The developer says you can dress your Felynes as Animal Crossing’s Isabelle and Mr Resetti in the upcoming game. You can watch the adorable trailer, above.
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Today marks the start of the Tokyo Game Show and Capcom has decided to please fans by releasing a brand new trailer for the upcoming Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate for the Nintendo 3DS. You can watch various beasts being tackled with an array of deadly arsenal. Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate comes out next year in the west.
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Capcom has announced that Sonic the Hedgehog will be appearing in Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate as armour. The development studio says you can arm your Palicoes with Sonic the Hedgehog armor in Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate and also get his sword Calibur. What do you think to the inclusion of Sonic the Hedgehog?
Nintendo of Germany has confirmed that the Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate banners that could be seen sporting a Wii U logo were a result of an apparent printing error. The company says that there’s no plans to bring Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate to the Wii U.
“Nintendo of Europe confirmed, that the promotional banner with the Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate and the WiiU logo at the Connichi in Kassel was a printing error. Monster Hunter 4 is exclusively planned for Nintendo 3DS – Capcom also refuted the rumours of a Wii U version.”
Capcom Japan employees have shown off the new Nintendo 3DS in a recent Capcom stream. The new Nintendo 3DS shown is the special edition Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate version. The new Nintendo 3DS will be released in Japan on October 10th, but we will have to wait until next year to get our hands on it in the west.
Next week’s issue of Famitsu will include the reveal of a big Capcom game. It has yet to be confirmed whether the unannounced title will be released on a Nintendo platform, or if it is regarding another installment in an existing franchise. Capcom recently confirmed that Resident Evil: Revelations 2 is in development. Although the original Resident Evil: Revelations is available on Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, its sequel hasn’t been announced for either platform.