Wait, what? More screenshots from Capcom? You betcha! This time we get to see the first art and screens for the just-anounced Nintendo 3DS version of Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate. Slated for the Wii U and the 3DS, the game is headed to shelves in March of 2013. Here is what we know so far, based on the Japanese release, and of course a healthy dose of Wiki:
Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate is a game for the Nintendo 3DS and Wii U. 3DS edition was released on December 10, 2011 in Japan as Monster Hunter Tri G (モンスターハンター3（トライ）G Monsutā Hantā Torai G?, “Monster Hunter 3 (tri-) G”) and features local wireless play. In Japan, Famitsu announced that Monster Hunter Tri G was confirmed as an expanded Monster Hunter Tri. It’s the first game to support Circle Pad Pro add-on. The game was also released in two bundles, one containing the special edition 3DS and the other one containing the add-on. Monster Hunter 4 for the 3DS was also announced. It was announced that Tri G would be released in North America and Europe as Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate, and will be also released on Wii U. Wii U edition features revised HD graphics, full online, local multiplayer, and the ability to import the game progress to the player’s Nintendo 3DS. The Wii U port is known in Japan as Monster Hunter 3G HD, and will be released on December 8, 2012 when the Wii U launches in Japan.
Here are the first screens for the portable version – Enjoy!
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