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Team Up With Friends To Watch Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate's Opening Cinematic

Posted on Wednesday, March 13 @ 19:00:00 PST by

Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate is storming North American Wii U and 3DS owners on March 19th and this is the game's opening cinematic... you know, that thing you skip to start playing the game. Unfortunately the actual game doesn't look like this.

Sure the Wii U's HD visuals might come closer than the original Monster Hunter Tri did on Wii, but gamers expecting their adventures to look like this will be sorely disappointed, especially if they're playing on 3DS. We had a chance recently to sit down with the 3DS and Wii U versions of MH3U, including their multiplayer connectivity.

We'll have more on the ported pair next week, including a full review.
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