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Old 05-26-2017, 01:51 PM   #1
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Monster Hunter XX Nintendo Switch Ver. announced

Will this look better than the Monster Hunter Frontier games on PS3/PS4?



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Monster Hunter XX Nintendo Switch Ver. announced -- More information to be announced on May 27.


Capcom has announced Monster Hunter XX Nintendo Switch Ver. for Switch.

The company will announce more information at Monster Hunter Championship 2017 in Sapporo on May 27. You’ll be able to watch it live on YouTube and Fresh starting at 12:00 JST. YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VokZUVLfDbE, Fresh: http://freshlive.tv/capcomchannel/106911

Visit the Monster Hunter XX Nintendo Switch Ver. official website here: http://www.capcom.co.jp/monsterhunter/XX-Switch/

A Capcom representative has confirmed that Monster Hunter XX Nintendo Switch Ver. is different from its unannounced “major title” due out before March 31, 2018.

http://gematsu.com/2017/05/monster-h...-ver-announced
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Old 05-27-2017, 05:23 PM   #2
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It's gonna look like MH3U looked on the Wii U.
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Old 05-28-2017, 06:13 AM   #3
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I keep trying MH, but I just can't get into it. I don't have any friends who play it, so it's always kind of a single player game for me. Maybe that's why.
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Old 05-28-2017, 04:34 PM   #4
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I have given hunting games more than a few tries and i just gave up on them. I don't play console games online and the single player with some more story or less in the case of MH is just a repetitive grind with the same mission and killing the same enemies over and over in hopes for random drops so you can craft new gear and repeat it all over again in the next tier.

It just isn't fun. In an mmo, it would make sense. In a non-persistant world there is just no point.

Oh and the combat tends to be incredibly slow. Some say its really good because of it, i say it's again... boring. Even the better ones like God eater and Freedom wars or Toukiden are just repetitive with only a few different strikes. Dynasty warriors characters have more moves than weapons in hunting games.

I honestly don't get it. I think this is just japan beeing behind in the times and not having been exposed to proper rewarding MMO's like WoW and Guild Wars to the point where MH was the best they had and we just have the japanese crazy following in the west of some people that just eat about anything made in japan.
Can it be better with a regular group? Sure. Just about every game can be way more fun when you got buddies around. It's not an excuse for the poor, repetitive and unrewarding design.
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Old 05-29-2017, 01:17 AM   #5
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It's coming out faster than I thought, but it looks a lot like an early PS3 game or worse. The Switch must be more capable than that.


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Monster Hunter XX Nintendo Switch Ver. launches August 25 in Japan

Monster Hunter XX Nintendo Switch Ver. will launch for Switch in Japan on August 25 for 5,800 yen at retail and 5,546 yen via download, Capcom announced at Monster Hunter Championship 2017.

A Monster Hunter XX Nintendo Switch Ver. Special Pack Switch hardware bundle will also be available for 36,280 yen.



Save data from the 3DS version of Monster Hunter XX can be transferred to the Switch version and vice-versa through the Internet. Save data from Monster Hunter Generations can also be transferred to the Switch version, but not vice-versa. The Switch version supports 1080p resolution, the ability to play in TV and handheld modes, and four-player local and Internet play, including Internet-only cross-play with the 3DS version.



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