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New Monster Hunter 3: Ultimate screenshots showcase Volvidon

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Meet Monster Hunter's farting monster

Monster Hunter 3: Ultimate Edition may be a remake of classic Wii game Monster Hunter Tri but it does feature all-new monsters. Volvidon is the latest to be profiled on the Capcom Unity website and you can see him in action in this new gallery of screenshots.

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New Monster Hunter 3: Ultimate screenshots showcase Volvidon

Postby ThePokekid78 » 04 Jan 2013, 15:08

'Classic Wii game Monster Hunter Tri'

Wait, so Tri is a classic already??
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Re: New Monster Hunter 3: Ultimate screenshots showcase Volv

Postby MatthewONM » 04 Jan 2013, 15:36

ThePokekid78 wrote:'Classic Wii game Monster Hunter Tri'

Wait, so Tri is a classic already??

Yes.
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Postby Haru Waji » 04 Jan 2013, 18:21

It's interesting seeing these monsters being given their English names. I'm quite happy with Volvidon, suits it well.
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Postby vtheyoshi » 04 Jan 2013, 20:13

ThePokekid78 wrote:'Classic Wii game Monster Hunter Tri'

Wait, so Tri is a classic already??


Yes, it's an awesome game.

And you think that that monster is bad? Well, there's an Urugaan subspecies that basically flings it's crap at you.
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Postby Xenobladeperson » 04 Jan 2013, 20:18

ThePokekid78 wrote:'Classic Wii game Monster Hunter Tri'

Wait, so Tri is a classic already??

Going to assume you haven't played it.
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Postby yoshimad » 05 Jan 2013, 14:34

Actually cannot wait for the release of MH3U... It's still the only reason to buy a Wii U. I've been playing through the MH3G NSTC-J version and I've got to say hopefully they will make the game a little more difficult because I'm having no problem solo'ing all G rank quests. :D My favourite monster so far is defianately has to be Stygian Zinogre it's just so cool - only problem it fights near enough the same as normal Zinogre.
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Re: New Monster Hunter 3: Ultimate screenshots showcase Volv

Postby ThePokekid78 » 05 Jan 2013, 15:00

Xenobladeperson wrote:
ThePokekid78 wrote:'Classic Wii game Monster Hunter Tri'

Wait, so Tri is a classic already??

Going to assume you haven't played it.

Well, personally I would 'assume' that over 250 hours play time classifies as 'played it', but I could be wrong...

Clearly you all misunderstood my comment. I meant not to slate the game (it's awesome), but I was simply surprised that, having been out less than 4 years, it is already considered a 'classic' game.
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