Monster Hunter XX Heading to Nintendo Switch

Posted May 26, 2017

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That said, Capcom has revealed nothing about Monster Hunter XX: Nintendo Switch Ver. beyond the fact that it will exist at some point. For one, Ultra Street Fighter II is a $40 rerelease of a 1992 fighting game, regardless of how matter how many bells and whistles Capcom puts in the package. At the moment it is only confirmed for a Japanese release but with the Switch being a region free console you could always import it from there and, hopefully, theyll have English language support.

The 2017 instalment is playable on HD, an upgrade that Capcom may have considered the justification for the price.

A new character and a new stage will also be available to download alongside the May 30 update. Although they are not completely new to the series, they are considered an impressive addition to the game's roster. In spite of his issue with a copy's value, Barder admits that the game "is still great to play on the Switch". You get the usual weapons from Okami, as well as brand new brush techniques and attacks that were not seen in the original game.