Capcom’s spin-off of the Monster Hunter series makes for a surprisingly enjoyable turn-based RPG on Nintendo 3DS, merging addictive mechanics with cutesy graphics.
The video game publisher and developer Capcom officially reveals the release date for its forthcoming title Monster Hunter World during Tokyo Game Show 2017.
Monster Hunter XX officially receives a demo for the Nintendo Switch console that is region free, allowing fans all over the world the chance to give it a go.
Fresh gameplay footage for Capcom’s forthcoming action role-playing game Monster Hunter World surfaces online, detailing some of the weapons players can wield.
The video game publisher and developer Capcom officially releases nearly 23 minutes of gameplay footage that details Monster Hunter: World’s Ancient Forest area.
In an E3 interview, Capcom confirms that it has no plans for localization of the upcoming Japanese version of the Nintendo Switch Monster Hunter XX port.
Sony shares the first trailer for Monster Hunter World during its E3 2017 press conference, revealing a game packed with plenty of adventure and fast-paced action.
Capcom trademarks Monster Hunter World in the US, leading many gamers to speculate about the company releasing Monster Hunter XX stateside under the new name.
Nintendo Switch’s first special edition console gets a theme that takes design influences from Capcom’s forthcoming role-playing game, Monster Hunter XX.
Monster Hunter XX gets a new trailer that shows off the Japanese Switch version of the game, which was just recently announced for Nintendo’s new console.
Capcom announces that Monster Hunter XX, originally released on the 3DS as an expanded version of Monster Hunter Generations, is coming to the Switch.
Monster Hunter producer Shintaro Kojima refuses to rule out the Capcom franchise coming to the Nintendo Switch, stating that he hopes players enjoy it on 3DS first.
Capcom announces its lineup for this year’s Tokyo Game Show, with the company bringing Resident Evil 7, two Monster Hunter games, and Project Palm to TGS 2016.
An announcement from Capcom indicates a renewed interest in mobile games for the company, with big titles like Mega Man and Monster Hunter coming within the year.
Nintendo confirms that Monster Hunter X is going to be making its way West this summer under a brand new title, and will now be known as Monster Hunter Generations.
Capcom gives Nintendo fans a treat with a free May DLC pack for ‘Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate’ that features new gear and missions, as well as Metroid, Street Fighter, and Mega Man skins.
Nintendo unveils plans for 2015, including a new Fire Emblem game for 3DS, a new instalment in the Mario Party series and details on the launch of the New 3DS.