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Submitted by mrcreosote 932d ago | article

Monster creation with Capcom's Tsujimoto | Gamereactor UK

Gamereactor's David Caballero attended a Masterclass with Monster Hunter producer Ryozo Tsujimoto at the National Museum of Natural Sciences in Madrid.

"Ryozo Tsujimoto came to Madrid to invite us all to the opening of the new virtual hunting season at the iDÈAME Maestro (hosted by Nintendo). A masterclass in video game designed focused on the creation of monsters. And while we're going to have to wait until March 22 to hunt monsters in Europe, the speech given by the Japanese game producer served two purposes - to remind us of how monsters and eco-systems work, and to ease the fear of monsters or an overly complex experience by throwing in some laughs.

The place could not have been more appropriate - the National Museum of Natural Sciences. On our way to the Masterclass session we walked through rooms full of fossiles, props, replicas, dioramas, and even carefully arranged dinosaur skeletons." (3DS, Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate, Wii U)

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