GOONL!NE: "New Monster Hunter 3 scans from Famitsu have emerged as Capcom have announced a August 1st date for the game in Japan for the Wii."
-8/1 release date. -Limited Edition will be 9,440 yen, available only from the e-CAPCOM online store. This will include a "Monster Hunter Memorial Concert" and "Making of Monster Hunter 3" DVD, plus alpha. -Classic Controller Pro Pack will be 8,490 yen, which will include the game and the controller. -Early buyers will receive 1 of 3 Monster Head Figures until the supply runs out. -New weapon type "Slash Axe" has 3 modes: Sheathed Mode, Axe Mode, and Blade Mode, you can switch between these modes swiftly during your attacks.
Also, the Tetsusaiga from Inuyasha has been announce as a playable weapon http://the-magicbox.com/gam...
Thanks Dir_en_grey *Bubble for you* So far Tri~ Has been dated for August 1st in Japan which is nice, and will cost 9,440 Yen is about 97.02 in American dollars (Quite pricey!) if the same rate still applies to current dollar and Yen conversation rates not to sure. Either way. I bet this will slow down production in Japan again just as Monster Hunter Freedom 2G did. Either way, can't wait for this title to come over here. I may even have to ultimately pre-order this just in case...
Dam I would love to play this game so badly, but its for the Wii... The sword from Inuyasha is pretty cool, the show is good.
It's coming out on the PSP too... so dont worry.
Atleast by looking the graphics, its not much of a jump from already good looking monster hunter games on psp. Judging from the video material, the game seems almost identical with psp monster hunter freedom2 (disincluding new weapons, maps and monsters and few new features.) if the online multiplayer is done well it will still be very enjoyable experience.
Aww makes me wish we could play as Inuyasha or Sesshomaru ... or to see an action game (a la afro samurai)
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