Tons of Monster Hunter XX Switch footage, file size
After previously hitting 3DS, Monster Hunter XX landed on Switch in Japan today. A whole ton of footage is posted in the video below.
Capcom currently isn’t bringing Monster Hunter XX west, but you can buy the game from the Switch eShop with a Japanese account. Note that it requires 9.8GB of free space.
Source: Switch eShop
Another Monster Hunter XX Switch video from Capcom
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Capcom published another video for Monster Hunter XX to publish the game’s imminent launch in Japan. Watch it below.
Monster Hunter XX Switch technical analysis: 3DS comparison, frame rate test
Digital Foundry has returned with yet another technical analysis. Monster Hunter XX on Switch gets the focus, including how it stacks up to the 3DS original.
First, on 3DS, Monster Hunter XX was originally a 240p game. But on Switch, Capcom increased the resolution to 1080p while Switch is docked. In portable mode, Monster Hunter XX is 720p on Switch.
Monster Hunter XX Switch – Capcom TV footage, another video
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Two more videos are in for Monster Hunter XX on Switch. The first one contains gameplay as shown on the latest episode of Capcom TV, while the other is a general trailer. Both videos are attached below.
Monster Hunter XX Switch vs. 3DS video comparison
A new video from Arekkz Gaming gives us a look at how Monster Hunter XX compares between the new Switch version and the 3DS original. Watch it below.
Monster Hunter XX Switch demo footage
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Capcom brought a demo of Monster Hunter XX to the Japanese Switch eShop a short while ago. Take a look at some footage below.
Monster Hunter XX Switch demo live on the Japanese Switch eShop, file size
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Capcom has put up a demo for the new Switch version of Monster Hunter XX on the eShop. The download takes up 1.7GB of space.
Thus far, Capcom has yet to announce any localization plans for Monster Hunter XX. However, if you have a Japanese Nintendo account, it’s possible to download today’s demo from the Japanese eShop.
Source: Switch eShop
Monster Hunter XX Switch details – rumble, DLC, more
Posted on 3 years ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in News, Switch | 12 Comments
Capcom uploaded a new trailer for Monster Hunter XX on Switch earlier this week. Alongside that video, new details were shared as well.
New to the Switch version of Monster Hunter XX is rumble. However, HD Rumble isn’t actually supported – it’s just standard rumble. The feature is enabled when a monster roars, when you strike a monster with a Hunting Art, and when Barufaruku’s special move known as Comet connects. Rumble can be enabled / disabled at any time.
Capcom: Monster Hunter XX Switch version is another test to evaluate our support for Switch
Posted on 3 years ago by Matt(@OnePunchMaz) in News, Switch | 202 Comments
Ultra Street Fighter II was seen by Capcom as a sort of test run for the Switch – the company has said that its sales numbers would influence their future support for the platform. The game has exceeded Capcom’s expectation, selling about 450,000 copies worldwide so far. However, it seems Capcom is not quite done testing the Switch yet. During a Q&A session at their recent financial results meeting for the past quarter, someone inquired about Capcom’s future support for the Switch given Ultra Street Fighter II’s success. Here’s what Capcom had to say:
The Nintendo Switch seems to be doing very well, and we look forward to further growth in its install base. Beginning with Monster Hunter XX (Double Cross) Nintendo Switch Ver. for Japan, we are evaluating how we will support this platform in the future.
New Monster Hunter XX Switch trailer
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Capcom released a new “Hunter Life” trailer for the upcoming Switch version of Monster Hunter XX. View today’s video below.