I will admit that getting Monster Hunter 4 is a good deal for the Nintendo 3DS. That series is more popular in Japan than pictures of twelve-year-old girls with humongous breasts. What about Sony, though? Will the PlayStation Vita be in line for some Monster Hunter action? Sony doesn't know.
"I don't know. You will have to ask Capcom," said SCEJ president Hiroshi Kawano, his abruptness sounding just a little bit bitchy.
Worldwide studios boss Shuhei Yoshida was a little less curt, expressing the notion that a dual-platform release was quite possible since "Most large game publishers operate on a multiplatform basis."
Monster Hunter is a series I wish I could love, but try as I might, I don't think I'll ever get into it. I'm sure I'll want to try Monster Hunter 4, just like I want to try every other Monster Hunter, though. One day I'll force that love.
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