Monster Hunter XX Switch screenshots
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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.
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.
Monster Hunter XX – Switch vs. 3DS comparisons
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.
Monster Hunter XX for Switch debut trailer, first details, Switch bundle revealed
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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.
Monster Hunter XX launches for Switch in Japan on August 25
Posted on 5 months ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in News, Switch | 11 Comments | 0 Likes
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.
Monster Hunter XX coming to Switch
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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.
Latest Capcom TV featuring Ultra Street Fighter II and more
The latest episode of Capcom TV was hosted this week. This new episode contained footage of Ultra Street Fighter II and Monster Hunter XX while also showcasing Megami Meguri’s update. View the full recording below.
Garo DLC art and screenshots from Monster Hunter XX
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Here are a few screenshots and art pieces from the Garo DLC in Monster Hunter XX. Check them all out below.
Monster Hunter XX – Zelda: Breath of the Wild DLC footage
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Capcom recently dished out new DLC for its Japanese 3DS game Monster Hunter XX. In partnership with Nintendo, special content based on Zelda: Breath of the Wild was released. A couple of videos showing off the DLC can be found below.
Capcom: Monster Hunter XX and Generations doing well, Monster Hunter Stories “underperformed”
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As was the case with Nintendo, Capcom reported its latest financial results today for the fiscal year ending in March. The company’s digital contents business experienced net sales of 58,704 million yen, up 11.7 percent year-over-year. On the other hand, operating income dropped 8.8 percent from last fiscal year, at 11,096 million yen. Net sales for Capcom’s entire business were 87,170 million yen for an increase of 13.2 percent year-over-year.
Capcom noted that Monster Hunter XX, which just shipped in Japan last month, “is off to a promising start”. Monster Hunter Generations (known as Monster Hunter X in Japan) also “achieved solid sales overseas”. The one disappointment in the series was the RPG Monster Hunter Stories – Capcom says it “underperformed.”