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Submitted by ThomasBW84 858d ago | article

Guide: Transferring Your Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate Save Data

As those of you currently diving Jaggi Helm-first into Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate no doubt already know, Capcom — and various retailers — have been encouraging you to buy two copies of the game. Naturally one is for Wii U and the other is for 3DS, with the big selling point being that you can transfer your save data between both version and seamlessly pick up where you left off on the other system. That means that whether you're slouched in an armchair wearing pajamas or on the bus to work/school/friend's house who also has Monster Hunter, you can continue to smite beasts and grind regardless. (3DS, Capcom, Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate, Wii U)

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