RPGamer is pleased to reveal that we will be presenting celebratory posts for our favourite RPGs from the previous decade over the next five days. Here are some details on what to expect.
Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate
Known in Japan as Monster Hunter XX (“Double-Cross”), this is an upgraded version of Monster Hunter Generations/Monster Hunter X.
With Mr. Apps unable to make the recording, Mr. Willis brings you a solo episode covering all things Monster Hunter. Find all the latest Icebourne news within.
Somehow your Hunt hosts, in the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, managed to record and fail to post two whole episodes. Here is the second of these lost episodes.
Somehow your Hunt hosts, in the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, managed to record and fail to post two whole episodes. Here is the first of these lost episodes.
Phil and Mike are back with more stories from their adventures in the Monster Hunter series. They discuss everything from the latest Monster Hunter: World news to the massive amount of content in Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate they’ve still to discover.
The Hunt returns with more tips to get players going in Monster Hunter World: Iceborne. We also discuss the other Monster Hunter games we’ve been playing since Iceborne reinvigorated our interest in the franchise.
The Hunt returns to discuss the newly released Monster Hunter World expansion and help players get started in the new master rank. We also wax poetic about the bright future the series seems to have.
This week in Q&A Quest, we delve into the wide world of games as a service. We also discuss the future of Monster Hunter.
Monster Hunter makes its way to the Switch so now all the platforms have big things to hunt. What’s more, longtime players will be able to transfer their saves from the 3DS.
So far the Switch has missed out on Monster Hunter: World, but Generations Ultimate will finally see its way onto western Switches very soon. Sooner even, if you count the demo.
Though it didn’t appear during the E3 Direct, Nintendo did release a new set of screenshots for Capcom’s Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate. The enhanced version of the last 3DS title releases on Switch this August.
Far from double-crossing its western Switch-owning fans, Capcom will be releasing the upgraded version of Monster Hunter Generations in North America and Europe. Generations Ultimate is set to hit at the end of August.