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Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate Coming To Both Wii U And 3DS

Posted on Thursday, September 13 @ 08:56:22 Eastern by Alex_Osborn


Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate, the latest installment in Capcom's insanely popular monster hunting (go figure) series will launch for both the Wii U and 3DS in March 2013. The game itself will include over a whopping 200 quests and plenty of monsters to slay. 

The game will make use of both the Wii U's GamePad and the touchscreen on the 3DS to allow players to navigate their inventory and examine world maps more easily. As expected, the 3DS version will also include StreetPass functionality, allowing players to transfer their guild card to other players.

The game will feature both single and four-player co-op. In addition, those on the Wii U will be able to interact with 3DS gamers through a local wireless conection.
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