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Capcom Unity's Christmas Card Design Gets Festive With Monster Hunter

Posted by Thomas Whitehead

Cute and not deadly

It's the season of giving, and we can expect game companies to give us attractive image files of Christmas greetings; it's not quite a shiny new game wrapped in festive paper but, still, it's the best that's on offer. Capcom Unity's approach this year was to run a contest for its readers to design the company's official card, with the winner picking up a PS4.

The winner, below, is a whimsical take on a Monster Hunter Christmas by David Hankin.

It's rather charming, and we recommend checking out the full page to see the four runners-up, too. Capcom continues to plug the Monster Hunter franchise in the West with events, while fans are clearly still passionate about the series. Perhaps a New Year gift will be a localisation of Monster Hunter 4.

We like to dream.


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User Comments (6)



Tsurii said:

Those guys at Unity should stop doing nothing and start taking the fanbase serious...we worked our donkeys off to raise the chances for the MH4 localisation at least a bit and got treated like little kids, that nag their parents for chocolate -,-

EDIT: Who was that with the "donkeys"?



Megumi said:

Come on Capcom, it would be awesome if on the 25th MH4 was announced for the West.



WaveGhoul said:

where's Mega's just monster hunter. That overrated stain in the gaming industry that just won't seem to go away. Just teasing, i've never played a monster hunter game before, and i most likely will never give it a chance. Seems like the type of game that you have to devote a monstrous amount of gaming time. eek!



Genesaur said:

Seems odd that the winner would get a PS4, considering that there isn't presently any Monster Hunter on the system.



FritzFrapp said:

It isn't Christmas unless there's a qurupeco on the dining table.
Feel a little sorry that the winner got that PS4 booby prize. Should've given him a Wii U or 3DS to experience the awesome that is MH3U.

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