Whilst Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate has sort of existed for a while in the form of Monster Hunter XX in Japan, it's not until this version that the average English-speaking Switch owner could play the game and understand it at the same time. Although the gameplay is essentially identical to the Japanese version, we still thought you might be interested to see how it runs in the video above.

It's a shame to see it's still locked to 30fps to ensure compatibility with the 3DS version, although considering said 3DS edition was never released outside of Japan it does feel a bit mean to cut the potential frame rate in half. More on that when our written preview is finished, which will be very soon indeed.