My, how time flies. Capcom's indomitable Monster Hunter series has been around for ten years now, and to celebrate its tenth anniversary, Capcom has teamed up with ESP Guitars to release what could be the most metal guitar I'...more
Anybody test out the 3DS XL Circle Pad Pro yet? Is it the cat's knees and the bee's pajamas? How does it stack up to the original Circle Pad Pro?
For a certain set of Japanese gamers, the stock devices are hella weaksauce. Mo...more
When Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate launched, gamers were perplexed as to why remote play and cross-regional play were not included in the Wii U version. Sadly, those major game-changers were not a part of the retail product -- un...more
Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate is great and all, but it could be better. Like, why can't we play against folks outside our region? Or why can't we play using the Wii U's off-TV function? Last month, Capcom promised to address thos...more
Digging into the finer features of the Monster Hunter series can often feel like academic research. I just want to kill giant dragon creatures, consarnit! It's not like I want to write a graduate thesis on the blasted thing!
Thanks to a delay, those of you who own a copy of Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate for both 3DS and Wii U have missed out on the ability to transfer save data between the two versions. That's no longer the case, as Capcom has confir...more
Monster Hunter Tri came out for the Wii in 2009, and now Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate is an expanded version, made available for the Wii U and 3DS. It has updated visuals, more weapons, more quests, and of course, more monsters...more
These are the type of promotional ads I love. Not serious, just having fun, a little dumb, and a great spoof. You can only handle so many promotional trailers for a game. I mean, you already know what to expect by release, s...more
Culty has been ever so kind as to put together a neat little Beginner's Guide for the Monster Hunter series. It was written and designed by the hosts of the "My Fair Hunter Podcast," a fan podcast dedicated to the games. Sinc...more
When I first heard of the upcoming 3DS theme concept, I wasn't super hopeful. I thought that Nintendo would probably put up a few major ones (Zelda and Mario), and completely forget about it over the course of a few weeks.
I've seen some absurd ad spots but this one may take the cake. Sears has posted a 3DS advertisement that not only sounds like it belongs in the 1920s (step right up!), but also contains some purely false information.
Nintendo has a New 3DS TV spot making the rounds, and it shows off some strange new outfits for some iconic Nintendo characters. I'm talking top hat Link, King Pikachu, and a Bowser that's too swanky for his own good.