A few hours ago, Capcom held a Monster Hunter press conference in Japan and put an embargo on all of the news. However, a savvy Twitter user captured the big story – Monster Hunter Portable 3rd.
so its pretty much NOT monster hunter 3 tri judging by this its most likely a new entry in the MH series i just find it weird that the would call it 3rd im assuming because its the 3rd portable monster hunter that isn't an expansion
Monsters from Tri are included, the underwater levels are out there from what I've heard. So It's close to tri, but not a direct port.
Another exclusive for the Playstation brand..
Gives us a freaking PS3 Monster Hunter already!
Yeah, a PS3 MH would be great.
Monster Hunter is more suited to the portable brand its better off left there.
I hope one day i'll see a Monster Hunter game for the Ps3 since i heard good things from the series and my friends tell me that i'd enjoy such a game.
Give me MH3 for my PS3 please! All i want is to play MH on an HD console. I get a lot of stiff neck from playing MH on my psp. Im not really unhappy with it but i feel better playing with my joystick and large screen tv. Plus it would be a joy to play it online with a lot of different people for a change.
It seems to me that any MH game is worth getting, and you may never need another game ever - just so much to do! It's quite annoying that the biggest innovation in the series as of late has been waggle on the wii, but if they stick to the crappy controls for the PSP version, I will rage! Honestly, do you need the nipple, d-pad AND Left shoulder button all to move and look around? No, probably not. Fix it CAPCOM!
Well, the predecessor sold 3.8 mil in Japan ALONE. What did you expect?
Seriously, they need to get off the PSP (well not like ignore it but focus on PS3 and 360 versions). The game would be heck of a lot better on a HD console.
lol, all I read isI want it in HD! every time I open an article thats on MH, its quite sad really
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