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Monster Hunter Tri Out April

Written by FooFan on Tuesday, 5 January 201013 Comments

One of the Wii’s most anticipated releases of 2010 has been confirmed for an April release with Nintendo themselves handling sales, marketing and distribution throughout European and Australian territories.
The title’s single-player story mode sees gamers taking on the role of a hunter whose village is beset by a series of violent tremors that threaten to destroy it. Charged by the village chief to discover the source of the earthquakes, players will embark on a series of quests where they must face gigantic beasts that inhabit both land and sea.

Players will have the option to form a team of up to four hunters via Wi-Fi mode, or take part in a two player split-screen Arena mode.

“Nintendo has identified Monster Hunter Tri as a key title for the Wii platform in 2010,” stated Michael Pattison, Senior Director Marketing, Capcom Europe. “We are really excited about partnering with Nintendo to further develop this franchise.”

Is Monster Hunter Tri your most anticipated game of 2010? Or is there something else on the horizon that has your attention? Why not head on over to our forums and discuss!


  • SammyPegs said:

    Maybe Nintendo Publishing this game will give it some sales here in Europe. Can’t wait until it finally arrives though….

  • Hooblue said:

    From what I’ve seen of this so far it looks good, and if the other Monster Hunter titles are anything to go by then it should be a winner on the Wii.

    Oh, and it’s strange seeing someones name in an article that I actually know! Lol.

  • red40 said:

    looks good and with some wi fi fun too ?makes a change from shooting

  • FooFan (author) said:

    What surprises me is that Nintendo claimed they didn’t add Wi-Fi to New Super Mario Bros. because it was already pushing the Wii to it’s processing limits… Surely if this can have 4 player co-op online then NSMB could’ve!

    This is looking like a very nice title though.

  • SammyPegs said:

    ONM claimed that there will be no monthly fees in the UK and that it will use Wii Speak, this is the first I have heard about it so I refuse to believe it yet until I hear proper confirmation.

  • Matt said:

    I’ll definitely have to try out this one.

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