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#31  Enviado: 09:54 19/09/2015

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#32  Enviado: 11:14 19/09/2015

Simplemente, el mejor juego de 3DS.
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#33  Enviado: 12:13 19/09/2015

Morro, te agradecemos mucho la información, pero duerme hombre  Sonrojado
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#34  Enviado: 16:50 20/09/2015

[TGS 15] Monster Hunter X: screenshots for the Nyanter Mode

Capcom has shared some more screenshots for the game, focusing on this new Nyanter Mode.

Here they are:
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Capcom also reminded fans about two Monster Hunter X themes for the Nintendo 3DS, available to all players who pre-order the game. In doing so, they will get a serial code, to enter on Capcom’s official website. After that, the download code will be redeemable until May 31st, 2016.

Here’s pictures for the two themes:




Finally, here’s pictures of the Monster Hunter X stage show at TGS 2015:
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Fuente: Perfectly Nintendo

[TGS 15] Monster Hunter X: trailer for the Nyanter Mode

On the first day of the Tokyo Game Show 2015, Capcom revealed a surprising feature for Monster Hunter X: the Nyanter Mode (Nya –Meow in Japanese– + Hunter). Basically, it allows you to play as a Felyne instead of a human hunter, which is a first for the series.

Capcom already revealed some screenshots and a gameplay video for it, but it’s only today that an official trailer for the Nyanter Mode was uploaded. It shows how you can switch from hunter to Nyanter, but also how quests work in this mode. If you’re playing solo, you can be accompanied by two Palicoes, and if you’re playing with friends or random players, they can join you either as Hunters or Nyanters!

The trailer also shows how you attack with your staff (or your boomerang), move underground like a mole, but also use various support items such as a trampoline (to jump on the back of monsters), traps, and more. Of course, as a Nyanter, you can also go fishing, catch bugs, and do various things you would normally do as a human hunter.

Here’s the trailer for the Nyanter Mode in Monster Hunter X:


Fuente: Perfectly Nintendo
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#35  Enviado: 17:21 20/09/2015

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#36  Enviado: 23:44 20/09/2015

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#37  Enviado: 00:55 21/09/2015

¿Pero qué posibilidades ofrecen estos Nyanters en comparación con los cazadores tradicionales?

Para empezar, los ataques. Todos los felynes utilizan el mismo tipo de arma, una especie de bastón que, según el monstruo en el que esté basado, puede cambiar de forma (a veces un martillo o cosas así). Con esta arma, podremos realizar un combo de hasta 5 golpes, siendo el último un poderoso ataque giratorio. Además, también podremos lanzar hasta 2 bumeráns a la vez para atacar a distancia.

¿Y qué vemos en pantalla? ¿Solo aparece la barra de vida? Exacto, los felynes no poseen barra de energía, por lo que pueden correr todo lo que necesiten sin cansarse. Otra opción única de los felynes es que podremos excavar e introducirnos en el suelo para así poder huir más fácilmente de los monstruos en una situación desesperada. Ahora bien, sí tienen en común con los cazadores la posibilidad de recolectar hierbas, bichos, minerales y peces.

Obviamente, los felynes no son tan poderosos como los cazadores normales, y es por ello que contarán con un par de ventajas adicionales. La primera es el denominado “Mou ichi donguri” (lit. bellota ‘una vez más’). Si el felyne que controlas pierde toda su vida, podrá utilizar esta bellota para tener una segunda oportunidad (suponemos que sin que cuente como derrota). Por otro lado, no puede usar objetos normales, pero dispondremos de las habilidades únicas de los camaradas: un ataque especial directo, el trampolín para saltar (los felynes también pueden montar a los monstruos grandes), el cuerno para curar a los aliados, un jarrón que elimina el hielo y el barro y trampas para capturar monstruos.

En cuanto a las posibilidades de juego, por el vídeo se entiende que los felynes tienen sus propias misiones (probablemente adaptadas a ellos), así que es posible que, jugando solos, no podamos acceder a las misiones normales. Pero a la hora de jugar con nuestros amigos, podemos jugar como un Nyanter para ayudar a los otros cazadores… ¡o jugar todos juntos como Nyanters! De nuevo, habrá que esperar una confirmación oficial del tipo de misiones a las que pueden acceder los Nyanters sin un cazador normal.

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#38  Enviado: 19:03 21/09/2015

The Nyanters specialize in movement and various forms of support. You can switch into a Nyanter by selecting one of your Palico Felynes at anytime before accepting a quest. While in single player mode, you can go as a Nyanter and have your two Palicoes tag along as well.

Nyanters have their own exclusive quests, but they can play any quest a regular Hunter can. That said, you can tag up to make a party of four Nyanters with your friends.

Nyanters don’t have a stamina gauge, so they can run around forever. Their controls are the same as regular Hunters, and can also run around with their weapons unsheathed.

As a Nyanter, you can dig underground to avoid attacks when things get dangerous. They can do other similar actions as Hunters, such as gathering. In addition to being faster at it, they don’t need to carry around Pickaxes or Bug Nets, since they have their own that lasts forever.

As previously reported, there are two acorns on the top-left part of the screen that counts as a couple of extra lives for the Nyanter. Once they lose all Acorns and then get KO’d, it’ll count as a regular KO. The trailer ends with a look at all the various support actions you can do as a Nyanter, such as placing traps, using flutes, and the new Trampoline.

Fuente: Siliconera
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#39  Enviado: 17:22 30/09/2015

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#40  Enviado: 18:51 30/09/2015

Monster Hunter X: Capcom to release the soundtrack in December

Last week, Capcom made an announcement that will definitely please fans of the Monster Hunter series: the original soundtrack for Monster Hunter X will get a CD release on December 16th in Japan. The album will contain 42 tracks in total, on 2 discs, including the theme of the main Village, the Ancient Forest, the four main monsters, and much more. The album should cost around 3 000 Yen (without taxes).

Uratani Reo (from the BlackLute unit, who previously worked on a Monster Hunter Guitar Arrange album) is the one in charge of the soundtrack, which should definitely please fans of rock/metal music.

Here’s some details about the album:

• Title: Monster Hunter X Original Soundtrack
• Release date: December 16th
• Tentative price: 3 000 Yen (+ taxes)
• 2 Discs, full colour booklet

Fuente: Perfectly Nintendo
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#41  Enviado: 21:48 01/10/2015

Monster Hunter X: new details and screenshots for the Nyanter Mode; more

This week, Monster Hunter X is once again featured in Famitsu magazine. This time around, we get some details about the Nyanter mode, but also some new screenshots artworks from Famitsu and the official website.

Let’s start with Nyanter Mode, which becomes available as soon as your register the Nyanter as a Palicoe. After that, you can chose to play as the Nyanter, and take on some quests: there’s the regular quests for Hunters, but also special quests made exclusively for the Nyanter mode (more details about those will come soon via Famitsu magazine).

Famitsu explains how you can play in Single Player and Multiplayer:

Single Player

• Hunter + 2 Palicoes (regular gameplay)
• Nyanter + 2 Palicoes

Multiplayer

• Nyanter/Hunter + 1 Palicoe each (2 Players)
• 3 Hunters + 1 Nyanter (3 to 4 Players)
• 1 Hunter + 3 Nyanters (3 to 4 players)
• Everyone as Hunters/Nyanters

Next, we have the acorns: you can see them just below the stamina gauge. When you’re out of HP, you can eat an acorn to get back on your paws; however, when you’re out of acorns, it’s Game Over. You can only get them back by resting at the camp.

During battle, you can perform various support actions (depending on the Palicoes you have with you). Here’s some details about them:

• Flash bomb: when it explodes, it blinds nearby monsters. You can use it at key times during battle, in order to get the upper hand.
• Cannon: you can shower monsters with bullets, though aiming isn’t easy.
• Boomerang
• Bomb: extremely powerful. You place it on the ground, and if a monster walks on it, it will deal lots of damage to them.
• Claws: you can claw monsters to death with some very sharp slaws
• Rotation: you can rotate on yourself.

Finally, we have the name of three monsters from the official website (on top of those revealed in Famitsu this week):

• Volvidon (Monster Hunter Portable 3rd)
• Plesioth (Monster Hunter)
• Uragaan (Monster Hunter 3)

Here’s the latest screenshots for Monster Hunter X:
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Finally, here’s some screencaps from the official website
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Fuente: Perfectly Nintendo
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#42  Enviado: 05:10 06/10/2015

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#44  Enviado: 08:51 12/10/2015

Monster Hunter X: details about the Tamamitsune, more screens

Posted on 2 October 2015

This week, Monster Hunter X is featured in Famitsu magazine with some additional details and screenshots for the Nyanter Mode, new monsters, and more. Today, Capcom has revealed some additional screenshots for the game, which are not all completely new… but they are of higher quality, and watermark-free to boot!

The screenshots below focus on the Nyanter Mode, as well as the Tamamitsune (which is one of the four main monsters of the game). We also see a new field called “Keiryuu” (literally: Mountain stream), with lots of greenery.

The Tamamitsune is described as a really agile monster, who can use foam to hinder the movements of its preys (he makes it by rubbing a special liquid it secretes against its mane). It can use an attack called “Water Breath” (“Mizu Breath” in Japanese): if you get hit by it, you will get a new status ailment. Basically, your body is entirely covered in foam, which makes you all slippery: therefore, you really need to avoid this attack if you don’t want to get into trouble.

Here’s the latest screenshots for Monster Hunter X:
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Fuente: Perfectly Nintendo

Monster Hunter X: screenshots for the Hunting Skills and returning monsters

Posted on 8 October 2015

With Monster Hunter X, the developers really want to put the focus on “customisation”, so that players can enjoy their very own type of hunting experience. It’s why there’s four different Hunting Styles: coupled with the 14 types of weapons, they allow hunters to customise their playstyle as much as possible.

But that’s not all: one of the main elements introduced in Monster Hunter X are the Hunting Skills. They’re “flashy” actions you can use while hunting, in order to get buffs, heal, and more. There’s two types of Hunting Skills:

• those that anyone can perform
• those which require a specific weapon

The screenshots below showcase some of those very Hunting Skills, but also some of the returning monsters:

• Arzuros (from Monster Hunter Portable 3rd)
• Volvidon (from Monster Hunter Portable 3rd)
• Plesioth (from Monster Hunter)
• Royal Ludroth (from Monster Hunter 3)
• Uragaan (from Monster Hunter 3)

Here’s the latest batch of screenshots and artworks for Monster Hunter X:
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Fuente: Perfectly Nintendo
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#45  Enviado: 09:12 15/10/2015  Editado: 12:11 15/10/2015 (1 vez)

Monster Hunter X: collaboration with Yowamushi pedal, gameplay footage

The Monster Hunter series is known for its numerous collaborations: animes, mangas, clothes, stores, and more… It’s actually part of Capcom’s strategy: making sure Monster Hunter is everywhere (which seems rather effective). Monster Hunter 4 and Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate had plenty of collaborations (including some with Nintendo), and obviously, Monster Hunter X will also have its own.

And an additional collaboration was actually revealed in the latest issue of a magazine: players will be able to get a special costumes based on Yowamushi Pedal (a popular manga/anime about cycling)! Of course, the costume is for one of your palycoes. More details about this collaboration will be revealed at a later date.

In the mean time, here’s the magazine scan:



But that’s not all! Last week, Capcom uploaded a preview video for the two Nintendo 3DS Themes players will be able to get by buying the game at launch.

Here it is:


Fuente: Perfectly Nintendo

Today, Capcom revealed its line-up for Jump Festa 2016, which is taking place on December 19th and 20th in Japan.

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Here’s Capcom’s line-up for the Jump Festa 2016 (Nintendo platforms only):

• Monster Hunter X (Nintendo 3DS): playable, stage show
• Monster Hunter Stories (Nintendo 3DS): playable, stage show
• Ace Attorney 6 (Nintendo 3DS): stage show

Fuente: Perfectly Nintendo
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