New gameplay from the upcoming Monster Hunter: World is being shown off. Showing a cool looking landscape, and showing the more action based gameplay for Monster Hunter. Monster Hunter: World is coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC sometime in early 2018.
Hong Kong gamers seem to be getting some cool Switch bundles coming their way this summer. Nothing has been made 100% official yet by Nintendo of Hong Kong, but two bundles have been spotted. Hong Kong seems to getting the green and pink joycon Splatoon 2 bundle, and the Monster Hunter XX bundle, which currently is only officially announced for Japan. The launch date is stated for August 25th, which is the same date as it’s Japanese release. It comes with the game, grey joycons, and a special Monster Hunter dock and Switch. It should be cool for Hong Kong gamers, and we will see if it comes to be true.
In today’s episode tentatively titled ‘RGN Daily News #26: Gamestop Threatens Microsoft Behind Their Back and Monster Hunter Changes Platforms… Again’ the RealGamerNewz crew including Tristan’s Twisted World (Deputy Editor), Da Shredder (RGN Contributor and Podcast Co-Host), and myself Editor-In-Chief Jon Ireson also known by my Twitter alias (@Hitman0769).
Not only do we break down today’s exclusive news in our show about the comments being made by Gamestop in regard to their consideration for the seemingly open-warfare pact against this generation’s underdog, but also Monster Hunter happenings, Pre-E3 2013 predictions/expectations, and debates regarding PlayStation 4 DRM as well as the impact on used games to the video game industry and many more topics.
WARNING:This podcast gets more passionate than our typical RGN Daily News segment, and as such it has been left uncensored. If you have a problem with politically incorrect, Real Gamer perspectives… well frankly we don’t care.
Capcom and Tencent are working on a new Monster Hunter for the Chinese market. Which means that it’s a free to play MMO for PC. It will be different in a way from others since it uses the CryEngine 3 instead of CAPCOM.