Monster Hunter: World isn’t coming until 2018, but Capcom has revealed mini-gameplay videos highlighting each of the weapon types available. That’s 14 30-second videos. Each video has been combined into…
During the PlayStation Live E3 2017 press conference Capcom announced the newest Monster Hunter title, Monster Hunter: World. It’s coming early 2018 to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, with a…
One of Nintendo’s best third-party publishers is having a sale throughout the holidays. The Capcom Winter Sale features big franchises like Monster Hunter, Phoenix Wright, and Resident Evil for half off or more on Nintendo 3DS and Wii U. Note that the sale only applies to digital versions purchased via the Nintendo eShop.
- Mega Man Legacy Collection $7.49 (50% off)
- Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate $9.99 (50% off)
- Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate $19.99 (50% off)
- Monster Hunter Generations $19.99 (50% off)
- Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Dual Destinies $11.99 (70% off)
- Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Spirit of Justice $19.99 (33% off)
- Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy $14.99 (50% off)
- Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D $4.99 (75% off)
- Resident Evil Revelations $4.99 (75% off)
- Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition $4.99 (75% off)
- DuckTales: Remastered $5.99 (60% off)
- Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara $5.99 (60% off)
- Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate $13.59 (65% off)
- Resident Evil Revelations $9.99 (75% off)
The Mega Man Legacy Collection includes the first six 8-bit Mega Man games for the NES. The Phoenix Wright Trilogy includes the first three titles originally released for Nintendo DS, remastered for 3DS.
The best deal here is Monster Hunter Generations, which just released earlier this year in the US. Monster Hunter Generations received very positive reviews, and has an 87/100 on Metacritic. It was the best-selling game in the month of July, and helped boost 3DS sales this year. The $19.99 sale is its lowest price point yet.
I can personally vouch for DuckTales: Remastered. It’s a charming, beautiful recreation of one of the original NES’ best games, and very kid-friendly.
The sale ends on January 4.
If you’re a fan of the Final Fantasy games (like me), then you will know about the over-the-top summoned monsters that the series is known for. Gorgeous visual effects and powerful abilities are trademark characteristics of these magical entities. However, things are changing with Square Enix’s ongoing role-playing series. Final Fantasy Explorers for Nintendo 3DS has you battling the fabled summons of the Final Fantasy universe rather than calling them to your aid.