Nintendo Insider writes: Those looking to pick up Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate on Wii U and Nintendo 3DS this week, are most likely wondering how they’ll be able to transfer their save data between the two versions.
Even if minor, it's still a nuisance; there should be a cloud feature within the game itself.
This game will flop in the US.. Few ppl will buy it & even fewer will buy both versions
how do you know? i was at target yesterday and they only had 1 copy left
i was too & there was plenty.. @ rebel, yes just like vita.. Only vita has some games with cross buy that are only ya know $40 for both versions.. not $60 for one & $40 for the other.. Exclusives shouldnt be that damn expensive.. I dont buy both versions for vita & i damn sure aint going to with this enhanced wii port.. Only drone is you trying to justify anything that nintendo does.. I dont care what others do to swell capcoms pockets.. Im just saying that i doubt many ppl here in the states will buy this game.. Look at the sales from the wii version (keep in mind the wii has over 100 million owners, not 4mil) http://www.vgchartz.com/gam...
Not to sound rude, but what is your point? Monster Hunter is a game with a smaller user base, so it's QUITE possible that Target didn't get a large stock or didn't stock many of them (it's not uncommon for a retailer to be lazy about stocking a new game, I saw BB fail to stock PS All-Stars and Dead Space 3 on release).
@DivineAssault, this isn't Nintendo's fault, Monster Hunter 3 is a Capcom game. They decide if they want to sell two seperate copies or not, not Nintendo.
Just like a Vita game right? You try way too hard Drone lol
It depends on what flopping means. I'm sure this game selling 100,000 is good enough. MH games always sell better in Japan and this one barely broke 200,000 so I don't expect NA to be an exception this one time.
Guess I'm one of the few that bought both day 1 and am currently enjoying both, 3ds version at work and the Wii U version at home! Then again if people think that $100 is too much for convenience then that sucks for them, it isn't for me... Add me if you want to play, NNID: DarkSouls
Agreed... Amazon gave me 20$ off the 3DS version when I preordered the Wii U version.. If people can't afford $20 then maybe they should spend less time playing games and maybe take a class or two to increase their salary... I mean flipping burgers isn't sufficient enough to fund a hobby such as video games.
Hmmm. I guess I'm one of those few people, because I didn't even have to think about it, just preordered both (being my first monster hunter game as well, the demo was alot of fun) I can see why some westerners wont like the game because it isn't a dudebro game. Here in America if a game isn't a sports, a shooter or hack and slash game it flops... But mostly dudebro gamers probably would just stick with their dudebro60's and dudebrostation 3's, so monster hunter is not even being marketed to them, because Dudebro's don't buy Nintendo consoles, and dudebros don't like games that have actual depth and are difficult (Sorry COD requires ZERO skill). The only people who buy Nintendo consoles are people who play more genres of games than just dudebro games. Some people just need more depth in their games beyond just aiming and shooting.
Down voted and who approved this worthless article? Ignoring the fact that both the versions of the game explains this in the manual and clicking transfer (or whatever it's called on the Wii U) also explains this, the app isn't even out, so what exactly is the point? Just to tell people you need an app to do it? I suppose it might help some people, but at least wait till the app is actually out to explain how it works...
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