Capcom Reveals Monster Hunter X For 3DS
posted on by Crystalyn Hodgkins
Capcom revealed at the "Monster Hunter: Hunter no Tsudoi 2015" event on Sunday that it is developing the Monster Hunter X (pronounced Cross) game for the Nintendo 3DS. Capcom plans to release the game in Japan this winter. Capcom and Nintendo both streamed a promotional video for the game during a Nintendo Direct livestream presentation on Sunday.
Capcom has also launched a website for the new game. The game will include new villages and "nostalgic" villages. The flashy hunting action game will include hunters with different styles and specializations.
Capcom also revealed at the event that the MonHun Nikki Pokapoka Airū-mura DX (pronounced Deluxe) Nintendo 3DS game will ship on September 10 in Japan. Capcom is also streaming a promotional video for the game.
The "Airū Life" game will retail for 3,990 yen (about US$32).
Capcom is also developing the Monster Hunter Stories Nintendo 3DS game for 2016. The game is the first RPG in the Monster Hunter franchise.
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