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Several screenshots are in showing off the newly-announced Switch version of Monster Hunter XX. Take a look at the images below.

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Monster Hunter XX Switch commercial

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The first commercial for Monster Hunter XX on Switch has been published on Nintendo’s Japanese YouTube channel. Watch it below.

After coming to 3DS earlier in the year, Monster Hunter XX will now be gracing Switch in Japan. Capcom confirmed a late August release on Nintendo’s new console in Japan earlier today. To see how the two versions compare, take a look at some comparisons created by Gaijinhunter below.

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Capcom has released the first trailer for Monster Hunter XX on Switch. We’ve gone ahead and posted it below.

Capcom also shared the first details about Monster Hunter XX on Switch today. Here’s what we know as of now:

– 1080p docked, 720 portable
– Control scheme is refined to fit well with Switch in both TV and portable mode
– Local and online 4-player multiplayer
– You also can play it together with 3DS if you use internet
– You can bring back Switch save data to 3DS too
– You can bring almost all save data from X to Switch’s XX
– And you can share save data of XX in between 3DS and Switch
– Switch hardware bundle
– Not only the dock, but the console itself has a unique design (to be shown later)
– Refined UI

All of this information was shared at the Monster Hunter Championship 2017 event held in Japan today. As noted in our last post, the game launches on August 25. No word yet on a western release at this time, but Switch is region free.

Capcom announced Monster Hunter XX for Switch out of nowhere last night. At the Monster Hunter Championship 2017 event today, the company announced that it’ll be releasing on August 25.

The retail version will cost 5,800. Digitally, it’ll be a bit less at 5,546 yen.

Capcom and Nintendo have one more video ready designed for players to get the most out of Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers. View it below to learn about some useful tactics that’ll give you the edge in battle.

DigitalFoundry is back with its latest analysis focusing on Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers. The full rundown is in the video below.

Key highlights are that the game runs in native 1080p while the Way of the Hado mode has some dips below 60 frames per second. Compared to last-gen’s Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix, character portraits, the versus screen, and character select screen have been reworked to more closely match the original game, but Ultra Street Fighter II oddly has static backgrounds with the new style.

Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers is out today on Switch, and to celebrate the occasion, Capcom has released a launch trailer for the game. Give it a watch:

Monster Hunter XX coming to Switch

Posted on 2 months ago by (@NE_Brian) in News, Switch | 150 Comments | 0 Likes

Monster Hunter XX is coming to Switch, Capcom has announced.

More details about this version of the game will be shared at the Monster Hunter Championship 2017 on Saturday. This will include a Japanese release date for the game.

For the time being, access a teaser site for the Switch version of Monster Hunter XX here.

Monster Hunter XX is an expanded version of Monster Hunter Generations. Generations came out in the west on 3DS last year. In Japan, Capcom released Monster Hunter XX on the same portable back in March.

Japanese business publication Toyo Keizai published an interview with Capcom president and COO Haruhiro Tsujimoto today (thanks to NeoGAF users CalmMind and zeromcd73 for the translation) . Among other things, the interview was about the Switch. Tsujimoto praised the system and its unique selling point – he talked about how his primary school-age daughter, who has never wanted a home console before, now wants a Switch. He also said that developing games that users want to play is crucial – in the DS & Wii era, third party developers were initially struggling with making compelling games that make use of a system’s unique features. Nintendo had to lead the way, essentially, and show other developers how to make games that fit the hardware.

Tsujimoto also briefly talked about Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers on the Switch. He stated that Capcom will think of how to support the Switch while observing how Ultra Street Fighter II does on the system. Of course, this could be interpreted in a lot of ways, though one would hope that the sales of a remake won’t be the only factor Capcom takes into consideration for their future support of the system.

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