Capcom Entertainment, a leading worldwide developer and publisher of video games, and Nintendo of America today announced an exciting new bundle featuring one of the most highly anticipated titles for 2010, Monster Hunter Tri
It's only $60, so that isn't a bad deal at all.
Not a bad price really :)
Yeah, this game is probably going to steal waaaaaay too many hours of my life.
LOL, yeah me to, I mean with the online and all... Anyway I've been waiting to hear about a bundle for NA for ever!
No, it's not as long as MHU/MHP2G if you started from the beginning but i gotta say the combat is actually better in MH3 than the rest just a lot less stuff in the game sadly. Hopefully they release MH3G soon and bring everything else that are missing in the game like dual swords for one thing, effective bow guns, armor sets, monsters, etc. Best music is from Naval Deus but sadly it's not on the soundtrack which sucks since i paid an extra $15 for it when i imported.
The controller is quite nice. You can find pictures on the net. Game and controller is definitely worth $60. I can't touch this game until I finish Demon's Souls however...not enough time in the day.
Oh it's about time they announced something dealing with the Classic Controller pro, now I just have to switch my pre-order at game stop to this one. It comes out around April which isn't a bad time either. Hopefully my grades won't suffer due to this game...
Hmm, I wonder if Nintendo will do the same with that new "Tales of" title coming to the Wii.
That's awesome! I planned on picking up MH3, so the Classic Controller Pro bundle will definitely be the one I get.
I think I am skipping a PS3 (Even though I love Aliens vs Predator ;_; ) and picking this up. My current Wii can't read dual layered discs like SSBB or Metroid Trilogy.
hey get it fixed. i got mine fixed twice so it can read dual layered im looking forward to this game ^_^
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