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Monster Hunter 4 Screenshots and More Details From the Producer and Director

Famitsu.com posted a transcript of Weekly Famitsu's recent interview with Monster Hunter 4 producer Ryozo Tsujimoto and director Kaname Fujioka. The article has first official in-game screenshots from the game. (3DS, Monster Hunter 4)

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Shnazzyone  +   1022d ago
Holy cow, you can jump ONTO the monsters in this one. Starting to see why this is a whole new game. Capcom can't localise this soon enough.
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PygmelionHunter  +   1022d ago
I'll buy a 3DS just for this! Just take my money already!
Lavalamp  +   1022d ago
The caravan system sounds really neat.
Qrphe  +   1022d ago
Those textures damn
izumo_lee  +   1022d ago
For a whole generation Nintendo fans seem to not care about graphics so why should they begin now.
Lavalamp  +   1021d ago
The textures look muggy but the art design makes it easy on the eyes.

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