You can check after the break for an extended look at Monster Hunter 4. The entire video is in Japanese, but just scroll through the timeline and I’m sure you can find the stuff you can understand (aka, the gameplay).
There’s more screenshots from Monster Hunter 4 after the break.
Capcom has released a new trailer for Monster Hunter 4 that was shown in the recent Nintendo Direct broadcast. You can watch it after the break.
A rumour appeared online that Monster Hunter 4 might be coming to the PlayStation Vita, meaning it would no longer be an exclusive to the 3DS. If true, this would be a decent win for Sony.
Christian Svensson of Capcom, however, has responded to the rumour, and said:
I would not believe everything you read on the internet. It will set you up for disappointment or misdirected frustration.
And if a different rumour is to be believed, Capcom and Nintendo have a contract for Monster Hunter as a franchise to remain exclusive to Nintendo’s handhelds for three years. Capcom hasn’t commented on that though.
Capcom has released a new trailer for Monster Hunter 4. It’s after the break.
There’s a nice selection of screenshots from Monster Hunter 4 after the break.
There’s three videos after the break with footage from Monster Hunter 4. Enjoy.