Since its inception in 2004, the famous fantasy action genre Monster Hunter has become one of the most iconic gaming franchises in the world, selling over 21 million copies worldwide. Players assume the character of a hunter and are sent to explore a village in the Monster Hunter world, doing tasks along the way to find and fight monsters while honing their abilities and earning equipment upgrades.
With over 200 objectives and a slew of difficult enemies, the next installment in the series is shaping up to be the most comprehensive yet. Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate makes use of the Nintendo 3DS system’s features to deliver a fully intuitive hunting experience. The touch screen enables players to rapidly access in-game literature, weaponry, field maps, and mini games, while the Nintendo 3DS’s high-quality 3D visuals, powered by the newest edition of Capcom’s MT Framework, create a unique and gorgeous world for players to explore.
Players may use StreetPass to swap their guild card, which holds all of their hunter’s information, with other players, taking use of the Nintendo 3DS’ mobility. Monster Hunter may be played alone or in four-player local multiplayer on the Nintendo 3DS. The local Nintendo 3DS search tool has made it much simpler to find nearby hunters with whom to go on adventures. Through a local wireless connection, Wii U users will be able to hunt with Nintendo 3DS players. Gamers who possess both a Wii U and a Nintendo 3DS may take advantage of save data interoperability between the two platforms, allowing them to carry the hunt with them wherever they go.