Monster Hunter X's New Videos Tease Zelda, Macross Delta Crossovers
posted on by Egan Loo
The live-streamed "Monster Hunter X Completion Presentation" event debuted several videos to reveal more details about Capcom's Nintendo 3DS hunting action game. In addition to the opening movie and third promotional video, two videos tease the collaboration with The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker game and the upcoming Macross Delta television anime:
Promotional Video 3
The Wind Waker collaboration intro video
Macross collaboration intro video
With the Zelda crossover, players can download a quest and suit up with "Link Cat" series armor and "Cat Waker" weapons. With the Macross Delta crossover, players can similarly add "Nyalkyrie" armor and weapons inspired by the anime's new Valkyrie, the VF-31 Siegfried.
Capcom also debuted a series of commercial to highlight the game's multi-player support:
4 Great Main Monsters (30-Second Ver.)
4 Great Main Monsters (15-Second Ver.)
Style (30-Second Ver.)
Style (15-Second Ver.)
Another set of commercials features singer/actor Daigo trying out the game's single-player mode:
4 Great Main Monsters
In still more videos, the cast of the commercials offer messages to fans:
Actor Shōta Sometani's Video Message
Former Decathlon Champion Sō Takei's Video Message
Comedian Satoshi Inoue's Video Message
Daigo's Video Message
Monster Hunter X will ship in Japan on November 28. Nintendo is offering a New Nintendo 3DS LL (called XL in the West) bundle on the same day. The bundle will cost 26,000 yen (about US$209) and will include a copy of Monster Hunter X, as well as a touch pen, a 4GB memory card, and six AR cards.
The game will feature Shuryō Style (Hunting Style) movesets, which will allow players to tailor their style of hunting to their preference. The game also contains 14 weapon types, each of which will feature a Kariwaza (Hunting Art), which can be high-damage moves or effects that boost players' capabilities.
Monster Hunter Stories, the first Monster Hunter television anime, will premiere next year from the anime studio David Production (JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, The Book of Bantorra, Hyperdimension Neptunia). Capcom is also developing the Monster Hunter Stories Nintendo 3DS game for 2016. The game is the first RPG in the Monster Hunter franchise.
[Via Hachima Kikō]
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