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During the latest financial sales reports from Capcom, it has reported a monstrous boom with Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate. Generally, all main series Monster Hunter games perform strongly in the region, but it stills gives us quite a surprise each time showing the popularity of the series. The latest title did not disappoint.
In fact, Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate sold 2.7 million copies in the region of Japan up to date so far. You read that right, in Japan. Capcom sure had a robust sheer amount of sales in the region, and hopes to bring that success also in the Western countries such as Europe and North America on February 13th. While other games under performed in terms of sales, some also exceed, such as the latest re-release of Street Fighter IV on current consoles. Be sure to click on the link for all the tidbits of information. Are you planning to purchase Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate when it arrives in Western territories? Let us know in the comment section below.
Capcom has had big success with Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate. So big that the they expect to ship out a load of copies, 4 million to be exact. Just how much have they shipped in Japan so far?
In the territory of Japan, Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate has shipped 2 million copies of the game. If Capcom wants those sales to meet the near 4 million mark, needing to ship at least 2.9 copies. Can it be done? Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate had fair success on the 3DS and Wii U, so the future for Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate in the west doesn’t seem too unrealistic. Are you picking up Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate on launch date? Or are you waiting for it to get discounted?
The western release for both Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate and Ace Attorney Trilogy is approaching release very soon. The 3DS titles are both beloved Capcom franchises that fans are eager to get their hands on. Capcom UK has now invited their fans to come to their MCM Booth, by posting a video on Vine showing a sneak peek at the booth.
Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate already has a expansive characther list from Nintendo franchises in the game. And now their’s a new one, you’ll have the chance to play as Samus Aran from the Metroid series. You’ll have the opportunity to play as Samus with her armor or as Zero Suit Samus. Check out the video below Nintendo posted and revealed during the latest Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate Nintendo Direct.
Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate is set to release in North America and Europe in a early 2015 release, according to Capcom whom revealed earlier in the year. Now you can see more pictures for the game in English and with the use of the original 3DS. Check the pictures out below for the upcoming Capcom game.
Capcom has upload a new trailer for Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate, which is set to release in Japan in October on October 11 and early 2015 in the U.S and Europe. The trailer is rather… majestic and beautiful. Take a look below yourself.
During yesterday’s Japanese Nintendo Direct, a special Monster Hunter 4 3DS XL was revealed for Japan. It comes in gold and black with a black flare in the front. The MH XL is set to release in Japanese retailers on March 27, 2014 for 18,952 Yen. The Monster Hunter 3DS XL does not include a copy of Monster Hunter 4.
A spinoff game from the original series Monster Hunter Frontier G is a game to only launch in Japan. It was the second Monster Hunter title to be released in Japan for Wii U(previously MH3 Ultimate). Monster Hunter Frontier G is a MMORPG with a monthly subscription fee. No confirmations have officialy been given by the company, but an interview with Capcom’s Yoshinori Ono talked about this in particular for Frontier G:
The letter ‘G’ in the title implies it’s compatible with a wide range of platforms, including PlayStation 3, Wii U, Xbox 360, and PC. We’re also planning to extend this support to PlayStation Vita.
The reason why we have increased our support for so many hardware platforms is because we have our sights set on distributing services for this game in the future outside Japan. We simply can’t release a game as it is, but need to adapt all the necessary services to the unique characteristics of each region. In preparation for that, we’ve broadened our scope and started launching individual titles across multiple hardware platforms
Sound like Capcom is hinting a western release for the game. Hopefully, more news will come about the title’s chances of being localized. For now, western MH fans will have to wait until 2015 until Monster Hunter 4 release on the 3DS.