Occasionally our memory plays tricks on us - we may think back to old games and picture lovely, crisp visuals, but then we play them for real and, well, the results don't match our memories. That could conceivably be the case with Monster Hunter XX. The Switch version demo is now out in Japan (instructions to access it here)...
The Monster Hunter XX demo is out in Japan, and while we bemoan the lack of localisation we can, of course, all give it a whirl. All you need to do is setup a Japanese Nintendo Account - which is pretty easy, here's our guide - and then hop onto the eShop to download the demo. It could certainly be something fun to do as the weekend...
No hint yet of localisation, however
Capcom recently made noises about increased support for the Nintendo Switch, and has backed that up by including the system in the recent announcement of re-releases of Resident Evil Revelations 1 & 2. Yet with Monster Hunter the picture is fuzzier - 'World' is an ambitious main entry due next year that's...
Company moves to clarify after report of 'no plans' to localise XX
Update: Capcom has issued a response to the GameSpot article in question, with the outlet also updating its original article. Either there was a mis-communication to GameSpot, a mis-understanding of a quote (which can also easily happen), or Capcom is looking to simply assuage...
Big monsters for the little console
In our 'random live blog of the day' category, we have Capcom TV. Today there's a live stream about all things Monster Hunter, and apparently there'll be live gameplay of Monster Hunter XX on Nintendo Switch. It'll likely be at the end, but we'll be watching regardless!...
Includes save transfer and cross-play with 3DS version
Capcom promised details on Monster Hunter XX for Nintendo Switch during its Monster Hunter Championship 2017 event, and thankfully it delivered. The company unveiled a lot of details and a tasty extended trailer, while also confirming that the game will arrive in Japan on 25th August. The...
Plus enjoy the Monster Hunter Championship 2017
As you've no doubt seen by now, Capcom has confirmed Monster Hunter XX (Double Cross) for the Nintendo Switch in Japan; we're naturally hoping it'll be localised to other territories as well. More details are expected at Monster Hunter Championship 2017, which we hope will also include some footage...
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