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Submitted by stevivor 866d ago | rumor

Is Australia facing a Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate stock shortage?

Stevivor.com -- "The guys over at Vooks.net — who are THE AUTHORITY (all caps!) when it comes to all things Nintendo in Australia — have reported today that Australia looks to be facing a stock shortage on Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate.

"Vooks alleges that a number of EB Games stores around the country have stopped taking pre-orders of the 3DS and Wii U versions of the game, as they’ve already received their allocated stock and have exhausted it all ahead of the game’s launch this Saturday." (3DS, Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate, Wii U)

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ZidaneNL  +   866d ago
Well, that's good news for Nintendo and the Wii U. It looks like the battle might not be over yet.
Narutone66  +   866d ago
I wish MH3 will come to the PS3 or even PS4. Did Nintendo pay Capcom to make this game exclusive to them?
animegamingnerd  +   866d ago
yeah the did until 2015
SockeyBoy  +   866d ago
Go Aussies :D

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