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Monster Hunter Tri G Wii U bundle announced for Japan


12:15 PM on 09.13.2012
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On top of the basic and premium Wii U packs, Japan will also be seeing a Monster Hunter Tri G HD Version Wii U console bundle. The bundle will include the black Wii U premium with GamePad console, Wii U Pro Controller, and Monster Hunter Hunter Tri G HD Version for ¥38,850 (around $500.) It will be out on December 8 alongside the two main console packs.

As for Monster Hunter Hunter Tri G HD Version, the port will feature local co-op and online play too.






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