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Monster Hunter XX

Monster Hunter XX

Monster Hunter XX

As translated by GaijinHunter, the game is due for Japanese release on March 18, and will include a G-rank difficulty level, a new Airship-based hub village, several returning monsters (including Barroth and Barioth), new Deviant versions of monsters (including a Deviant Diablos) and at least one unnamed new monster. Monster Hunter XX XX also adds two new Hunter Styles – one that rewards players for playing aggressively, and another that wasn’t shown, but appears to favour using barrel bombs – and adds some version of Hunter Styles to Generations’ Prowler hunters. Players of X will be able to import their save data to the new version, and those who played Monster Hunter Stories will also see some benefit.

Monster Hunter XX

Yes, that means that Monster Hunter alone outsold the rest of the top five combined. And Monster Hunter XX  isn’t, strictly speaking, a new game — it’s an expansion of Monster Hunter X, sold under Monster Hunter Generations in the west.  Such is the popularity of the genre, which can be basically summed up as MMO bossfights by way of action RPGs, that imitators and spiritual successors are now in the works. Former BioWare and Riot Games employees were inspired directly by Monster Hunter to launch Phoenix Labs, whose upcoming game Dauntless is explicitly a westernized take on the popular series. It’s unclear whether XX will see release in the west – most recent Monster Hunter games that have made it overseas were Japan’s G versions, with Generations being a notable exception We’re rather hoping it does make the trip – we gave Monster Hunter Generations an 8/10 review, saying that it “has the appeal of a greatest hits album. This is a worthy collection, one that folds 12 years of top-notch boss fights into one big action RPG.” While Capcom made good on its word that it would not mention Nintendo Switch in the presentation, XX’s March release date already has fans discussing whether an HD version might be released for Nintendo’s new console. For more on that – and any other Monster Hunter XX information that emerges


Release Date : March 18, 2017
Publisher : Capcom
Developer : Capcom
Region : JAP | FREE
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RAR File Size : 1.75GB


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6 Responses

  1. ariel says:

    excuse me, is just only part 1??

  2. Vaan says:

    Link is broken again

  3. Tom says:

    Link os broken again

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