Submitted by Abriael 1053d ago | screenshot

New Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate Screenshots Show Network Connection, Comparison Between Wii U and 3DS

Today Capcom held a press event in Tokyo, and released a bunch of screenshots for the occasion. (3DS, Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate, Wii U)

chirs32   1053d ago | Spam
Blastoise  +   1053d ago
Would be cool if this game had cross buy like the Vita. Having a 3DS already it would be nice to own both versions without paying another £30 odd. I'll probably just get the Wii U one
YoungPlex  +   1053d ago
Beautiful job on the 3DS version, the Wii U version will be cool because its 1080p/60fps. The textures in MH:3 Ultimate, are improved over last years Japanese/Europe release of MH:tri G on the 3DS, which is an amazing accomplishment on a handheld that isn't as powerful as a Vita. Either way I'll be picking both of them up, one for on the go and the other when I'm at home.

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