Monster Hunter 3 producer Ryozo Tsujimoto has discussed the significance of the graphics in his title and says that it features some of the best Wii graphics according to feedback from players.
Monster Hunter 3 certainly ranks up there as one of the best looking Wii games, especially from a third-party developer.
More beautiful than the PS3 version that was scrapped? I find that hard to believe.
Seriously this is like patting yourself on the back for tying a swimming race to a guy with no legs.
That's wonderful!! .... I bet the 10 people who buy the game will really admire that.
You guys sound pretty butthurt D:
I'm still more impressed with Mario Galaxy
Geez, can't we get through one thread without a "graphics wars" b.s. type of comment? Of course the game isn't going to look like something on the PS3. But it still looks very nice, just like SMG and Corruption look very nice. And 10 people buying it, LD? You DO know that this game has already sold almost 1 million copies in Japan already, right? It's a pretty big success before even being released here in the U.S.
Looks good for a Wii game... but damn they sacrificed too many monsters for it. No elder dragons, no fatalis, no other bird wyverns, no other types of rathaloses, no monoblos, no gravios, no basarios, no gypceros, no etc.
Is that supposed to impress anyone?
the most average looking game overall
MH team planned on making the next MH on Wii to save production costs of the PS3 three years earlier. Fixed
This and Crystal Bearers
This and Crystal Bearers look like ass if compared to Resident Evil 0.
I'm going to really enjoy watching this come to market. The whining will be shrill but hopefully so called "core" gamers will be swayed to buy this title. Or they can just miss out on an another incredible title that is 10 dollars cheaper then an HD title.
Well it is a very nice looking game, but I think some other games might beat it.
I own it and play daily. i also own a 360 and used to play it daily until tri came out. graphics arent just good in the power sid but the style and like they said how they used the graphics is amazing. i never even think aww this sucks its not on the ps3. looks great plays great! buy it in march and quit acting like the wii isnt a very good gaming console
Hey, I love my Wii! I mean some other Wii games like Super Mario Galaxy, Super Smash Bros Brawl, Metroid Prime 3, Crystal Bearers(I like the art style of CB better but I think on a tech level that Tri is superior) and Resident Evil: Darkside Chronicles(although that's a rail shooter so it's cheating). I shall be picking up Tri by the way and it's definitely one of the best looking Wii games out there.
Spoony -- I'll probably get FF:CC, too, just because it'll be released here first. But I'll probably be too tempted by Tri to let it pass. Both of these games are probably going to make the wait 'til the next LoZ much easier. I could easily see 30+hours in each of these games.
I have the Japanese Monster Hunter 3 and I can tell you right now it's drop-dead beautiful. It's simply amazing. Even when you're doing splitscreen its beauty still holds up.
When your game makes big N's own Zelda team nervous, you know you've done a good job. http://www.zeldauniverse.ne...
Man, you guys insulting them for working hard on something different then what you on are trash. You not gamers, your pathetic fanboys who don't even deserve the right to play games.
You know fanboys are the reason we have perfect scoring games that no one wants to play anymore. Seriouly if you are a fanboy then don't call your self hardcore there is a difference. Man did you hit this on the head. Hell if nintendo went belly up I would be fine just playing games from 3rd parties. I have to wonder why no hardcore gamer bought blazeblue? They always list all these lame games that magazines push but I'm betting most of them don't even know about it. It's really sad. Hardcore gamers play lots of different games even if they are cute looking because they are gamers.
I bought BB, and I loved it to pieces. XD
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