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Sure you could fight those monsters solos, but why would you?

Character Creation and Exploration Mode Shown Off for Monster Hunter: World

Last week during this year's Tokyo Game Show, some of the development team behind the forthcoming Monster Hunter: World took to Capcom's stage to show off a few of the key features of the title, including the character creation, some of the story setup for this new entry, and the free-roam/exploration mode.

by Enoch Starnes 0
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Poor thing never saw them coming.

Watch The Devs Hunt A Big Ol' Dinosaur In Monster Hunter: World

Imagine just standing around, minding your own business and being a dinosaur, when all of a sudden a squad of jerks pop out of the trees and cut off your tail.  Such is the life of the digital prey that permeate Monster Hunter: World.  To be fair, it's probably good to thin their numbers a little.  I imagine having a ton of huge carnivores running around has to be at least a little hard on the ecosystem.

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No co-op yet, but hopefully we'll get some at Gamescom

Watch A Full Hunt in Latest Monster Hunter: World Gameplay Video

One of the bigger reveals during this year's E3 was Monster Hunter: World, the first non-handheld/mobile title from the long-running franchise to be released in recent history. The debut trailer showed some clips of a hunter tracking down his prey and engaging it, and now the full 24-minute gameplay video is available.

by John Bardinelli 0
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Dibs on hunting horn.

Monster Hunter Freedom Unite Returns to iOS, Online Co-Op in Tow

The 2014 release of Monster Hunter Freedom Unite for iOS did the nigh impossible when it adapted precision-based gameplay for greasy touch screens. It wasn't perfect, but hey, it was fantastic. The release of iOS 9 about a year later made Freedom Unite unplayable, so Capcom pulled it from the store. Sad face. It took some time, but the game has finally returned, just in time to compete with Monster Hunter Generations!

by John Bardinelli 0
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Monster Hunter X gets a nice and neat English localization.

Get Your Hunter Arts Ready for Monster Hunter Generations

It's barely been a year since Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate made its way stateside, and to be honest, I'm still playing it. The series became something of a surprise hit outside of Japan thanks to the intensive effort put in by the localization team. Naturally, when Monster Hunter X was released in Japan last year, North American gamers had three words on their mind: us next plz?

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