History VideoGame / MonsterHunter

26th May '17 8:42:03 PM GoldenDarkness
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** ''Monster Hunter XX (Double Cross)'': Nintendo 3DS and UsefulNotes/NintendoSwitch (2017 and TBA) - The UpdatedRerelease of ''Generations''. In addition to adding G-Rank, using the tiering system first introduced in ''4U'', ''XX'' adds several upgrades to the gameplay, including the Brave and Alchemist Hunting Styles, new moves for Prowler, brand-new Hunting Arts, a variety of AntiFrustrationFeatures,and the long-awaited "Armor Synthesis" mechanic. The monster list has also expanded, introducing a new flagship monster alongside new Deviant varieties of the Fated Four and other monsters, as well as bringing back Variants that originally appeared in ''4U''. There is also an OldSaveBonus packed in that enables ''Generations'' players to import their Hunter from the original game. Currently holds the highest number of monsters of the main series.

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** ''Monster Hunter XX (Double Cross)'': Nintendo 3DS and UsefulNotes/NintendoSwitch (2017 and TBA) (2017) - The UpdatedRerelease of ''Generations''. In addition to adding G-Rank, using the tiering system first introduced in ''4U'', ''XX'' adds several upgrades to the gameplay, including the Brave and Alchemist Hunting Styles, new moves for Prowler, brand-new Hunting Arts, a variety of AntiFrustrationFeatures,and the long-awaited "Armor Synthesis" mechanic. The monster list has also expanded, introducing a new flagship monster alongside new Deviant varieties of the Fated Four and other monsters, as well as bringing back Variants that originally appeared in ''4U''. There is also an OldSaveBonus packed in that enables ''Generations'' players to import their Hunter from the original game. Currently holds the highest number of monsters of the main series. Like ''Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate'', there is save file and cross-play compatibility between the two Nintendo platforms.
25th May '17 8:28:10 PM GoldenDarkness
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** ''Monster Hunter XX (Double Cross)'': Nintendo 3DS (2017) - The UpdatedRerelease of ''Generations''. In addition to adding G-Rank, using the tiering system first introduced in ''4U'', ''XX'' adds several upgrades to the gameplay, including the Brave and Alchemist Hunting Styles, new moves for Prowler, brand-new Hunting Arts, a variety of AntiFrustrationFeatures,and the long-awaited "Armor Synthesis" mechanic. The monster list has also expanded, introducing a new flagship monster alongside new Deviant varieties of the Fated Four and other monsters, as well as bringing back Variants that originally appeared in ''4U''. There is also an OldSaveBonus packed in that enables ''Generations'' players to import their Hunter from the original game. Currently holds the highest number of monsters of the main series.

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** ''Monster Hunter XX (Double Cross)'': Nintendo 3DS (2017) and UsefulNotes/NintendoSwitch (2017 and TBA) - The UpdatedRerelease of ''Generations''. In addition to adding G-Rank, using the tiering system first introduced in ''4U'', ''XX'' adds several upgrades to the gameplay, including the Brave and Alchemist Hunting Styles, new moves for Prowler, brand-new Hunting Arts, a variety of AntiFrustrationFeatures,and the long-awaited "Armor Synthesis" mechanic. The monster list has also expanded, introducing a new flagship monster alongside new Deviant varieties of the Fated Four and other monsters, as well as bringing back Variants that originally appeared in ''4U''. There is also an OldSaveBonus packed in that enables ''Generations'' players to import their Hunter from the original game. Currently holds the highest number of monsters of the main series.
13th Apr '17 5:08:13 PM SonicGamer07
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** ''Monster Hunter Stories'': Nintendo 3DS (2016) - A story-oriented RolePlayingGame entry in the franchise that focuses on "Riders" who befriend and ride monsters as opposed to Hunters of the mainline ''Monster Hunter'' world, and the relationship between the Riders and said monsters. Features a [[ArtShiftedSequel vastly different art style]] based around CelShading. Has a currently airing [[TheAnimeOfTheGame anime adaptation]] aimed towards kids called ''Anime/MonsterHunterStoriesRideOn'' that premiered in the Fall2016Anime season. ''Ride On'' has an official English subbed simulcast on [[http://www.crunchyroll.com/monster-hunter-stories-ride-on Crunchyroll]] and an English simuldub on [[https://www.funimation.com/shows/monster-hunter-stories-ride-on/ Funimation]].

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** ''Monster Hunter Stories'': Nintendo 3DS (2016) (2016-2017) - A story-oriented RolePlayingGame entry in the franchise that focuses on "Riders" who befriend and ride monsters as opposed to Hunters of the mainline ''Monster Hunter'' world, and the relationship between the Riders and said monsters. Features a [[ArtShiftedSequel vastly different art style]] based around CelShading. Has a currently airing [[TheAnimeOfTheGame anime adaptation]] aimed towards kids called ''Anime/MonsterHunterStoriesRideOn'' that premiered in the Fall2016Anime season. ''Ride On'' has an official English subbed simulcast on [[http://www.crunchyroll.com/monster-hunter-stories-ride-on Crunchyroll]] and an English simuldub on [[https://www.funimation.com/shows/monster-hunter-stories-ride-on/ Funimation]].
26th Mar '17 11:46:49 PM SonicGamer07
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** ''Monster Hunter Generations'': Nintendo 3DS (2015-2016) - Titled ''Monster Hunter X (Cross)'' in Japan, ''Generations'' is a spinoff that acts as a [[MeaningfulName crossover]]-esque game celebrating the [[MeaningfulName history]] of the series. Brings back the same weapon selection as ''4'' and retains its newfound emphasis on three-dimensional combat, but replaces Frenzied and Apex Monsters with Hyper and Deviant Monsters. Monsters that didn't make the cut in 4th Gen, such as Plesioth and the Leviathan class, return alongside newer 4th Gen monsters and four new flagship monsters collectively known as the "Fated Four". Introduces Hunter Arts, powerful {{Limit Break}}s, and Hunting Styles, a CharacterClassSystem that augments a Hunter's abilities in exchange for certain weapon moves. Introduces Prowler Mode, where players take control of the SeriesMascot, the Felynes, and hunt alongside other Felynes or regular Hunters. Upgrading equipment have been changed a bit: armor requires monster materials in addition to armorspheres for certain upgrade levels, while weapons require "group" materials such as ore and insects in addition to specific materials. Currently holds the highest monster count of the main series at 105. Released alongside a themed New 3DS model in both the US and Europe, with the blue US version being just the system while the red European version comes with the game pre-installed.
** ''Monster Hunter XX (Double Cross)'': Nintendo 3DS (2017) - The UpdatedRerelease of ''Generations''. In addition to adding G-Rank, ''XX'' adds a slew of new content, including the Brave and Alchemist Hunting Styles, a Hunting Style for Prowlers, new Hunting Arts for every weapon, AntiFrustrationFeatures, more returning monsters, several new Deviants, and more new monsters, as well as an OldSaveBonus feature to import your ''Generations'' Hunter to the new game.

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** ''Monster Hunter Generations'': Nintendo 3DS (2015-2016) - Titled ''Monster Hunter X (Cross)'' in Japan, ''Generations'' is a spinoff that acts as a [[MeaningfulName crossover]]-esque game celebrating the [[MeaningfulName history]] of the series. Brings back the same weapon selection as ''4'' and retains its newfound emphasis on three-dimensional combat, but replaces Frenzied and Apex Monsters with Hyper and Deviant Monsters. Monsters that didn't make the cut in 4th Gen, such as Plesioth and the Leviathan class, return alongside newer 4th Gen monsters and four new flagship monsters collectively known as the "Fated Four". Introduces Hunter Arts, powerful {{Limit Break}}s, and Hunting Styles, a CharacterClassSystem that augments a Hunter's abilities in exchange for certain weapon moves. Introduces Prowler Mode, where players take control of the SeriesMascot, the Felynes, and hunt alongside other Felynes or regular Hunters. Upgrading equipment have been changed a bit: armor requires monster materials in addition to armorspheres for certain upgrade levels, while weapons require "group" materials such as ore and insects in addition to specific materials. Currently holds Originally succeeded ''Freedom Unite'' as the holder for the record of highest monster count of in the main series at 105.105 until the release of ''XX''. Released alongside a themed New 3DS model in both the US and Europe, with the blue US version being just the system while the red European version comes with the game pre-installed.
** ''Monster Hunter XX (Double Cross)'': Nintendo 3DS (2017) - The UpdatedRerelease of ''Generations''. In addition to adding G-Rank, using the tiering system first introduced in ''4U'', ''XX'' adds a slew of new content, several upgrades to the gameplay, including the Brave and Alchemist Hunting Styles, a new moves for Prowler, brand-new Hunting Style for Prowlers, Arts, a variety of AntiFrustrationFeatures,and the long-awaited "Armor Synthesis" mechanic. The monster list has also expanded, introducing a new Hunting Arts for every weapon, AntiFrustrationFeatures, more returning monsters, several flagship monster alongside new Deviants, Deviant varieties of the Fated Four and more new other monsters, as well as bringing back Variants that originally appeared in ''4U''. There is also an OldSaveBonus feature to import your packed in that enables ''Generations'' players to import their Hunter to from the new game.original game. Currently holds the highest number of monsters of the main series.
15th Feb '17 12:37:10 PM SonicGamer07
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** ''Monster Hunter XX (Double Cross)'': Nintendo 3DS (2017) - An UpdatedRerelease of ''Generations'', which, among other things, adds G-rank and two new Hunting Styles.

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** ''Monster Hunter XX (Double Cross)'': Nintendo 3DS (2017) - An The UpdatedRerelease of ''Generations'', which, among other things, ''Generations''. In addition to adding G-Rank, ''XX'' adds G-rank a slew of new content, including the Brave and two Alchemist Hunting Styles, a Hunting Style for Prowlers, new Hunting Styles.Arts for every weapon, AntiFrustrationFeatures, more returning monsters, several new Deviants, and more new monsters, as well as an OldSaveBonus feature to import your ''Generations'' Hunter to the new game.
22nd Jan '17 10:16:05 PM tenuousbreaker
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** ''Monster Hunter Stories'': Nintendo 3DS (2016) - A story-oriented RolePlayingGame entry in the franchise that focuses on "Riders" who befriend and ride monsters as opposed to Hunters of the mainline ''Monster Hunter'' world, and the relationship between the Riders and said monsters. Features a [[ArtShiftedSequel vastly different art style]] based around CelShading. Has an [[TheAnimeOfTheGame anime adaptation]] in the works called ''Anime/MonsterHunterStoriesRideOn''.

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** ''Monster Hunter Stories'': Nintendo 3DS (2016) - A story-oriented RolePlayingGame entry in the franchise that focuses on "Riders" who befriend and ride monsters as opposed to Hunters of the mainline ''Monster Hunter'' world, and the relationship between the Riders and said monsters. Features a [[ArtShiftedSequel vastly different art style]] based around CelShading. Has an a currently airing [[TheAnimeOfTheGame anime adaptation]] aimed towards kids called ''Anime/MonsterHunterStoriesRideOn'' that premiered in the works called ''Anime/MonsterHunterStoriesRideOn''.
Fall2016Anime season. ''Ride On'' has an official English subbed simulcast on [[http://www.crunchyroll.com/monster-hunter-stories-ride-on Crunchyroll]] and an English simuldub on [[https://www.funimation.com/shows/monster-hunter-stories-ride-on/ Funimation]].
13th Dec '16 7:46:27 AM AustinDR
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Here is the [[Characters/MonsterHunterMainSeriesMonsters list of]] [[Characters/MonsterHunterFrontierMonsters monsters]] you will inevitably encounter.

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Here is the [[Characters/MonsterHunterMainSeriesMonsters list of]] [[Characters/MonsterHunterFrontierMonsters monsters]] you will inevitably encounter. Not to be confused with ''Film/MonsterHunt''.
27th Oct '16 4:32:56 AM LucaEarlgrey
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** ''Monster Hunter XX (Double Cross)'': Nintendo 3DS (2017)

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** ''Monster Hunter XX (Double Cross)'': Nintendo 3DS (2017)(2017) - An UpdatedRerelease of ''Generations'', which, among other things, adds G-rank and two new Hunting Styles.
27th Oct '16 4:29:36 AM LucaEarlgrey
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** ''Monster Hunter XX (Double Cross)'': Nintendo 3DS (2017)
5th Oct '16 4:42:31 AM SAMAS
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** ''Monster Hunter Stories'': Nintendo 3DS (2016) - A story-oriented RolePlayingGame entry in the franchise that focuses on "Riders" who befriend and ride monsters as opposed to Hunters of the mainline ''Monster Hunter'' world, and the relationship between the Riders and said monsters. Features a [[ArtShiftedSequel vastly different art style]] based around CelShading. Has an [[TheAnimeOfTheGame anime adaptation]] in the works.

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** ''Monster Hunter Stories'': Nintendo 3DS (2016) - A story-oriented RolePlayingGame entry in the franchise that focuses on "Riders" who befriend and ride monsters as opposed to Hunters of the mainline ''Monster Hunter'' world, and the relationship between the Riders and said monsters. Features a [[ArtShiftedSequel vastly different art style]] based around CelShading. Has an [[TheAnimeOfTheGame anime adaptation]] in the works.
works called ''Anime/MonsterHunterStoriesRideOn''.
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