GameSpot writes: "For Japanese gamers, one of the most anticipated title at this year's Tokyo Game Show was Monster Hunter 3. Capcom's booth on Day One was packed with a four-hour waiting line of visitors hoping to get their hands on the new Wii game. Day Two was worse, with the line reaching the same length in just 10 minutes after opening time despite being another business day. Needless to say, its stage event was packed as well. Producer Ryozo Tujimoto and Director Kaname Fujioka appeared to talk about Monster Hunter 3, and how it's different from the previous installments.
"It's been five years since we've made the Monster Hunter series. During the years, we've had many installments and gained a lot of fans. We've been receiving a lot of inputs from the players. We've been looking at them, and given the shift to a new platform, we've decided to create everything again from scratch. We've redone details as well as the game system, and we hope that it'll have even more depth [than the previous installments]", said Fujioka."