Monster Hunter Generation – E3 Demo Reveal

Monster Hunter Generations

At the live E3 broadcast during Nintendo Treehouse: Live, Capcom showed off their upcoming game, Monster Hunter Generation for Nintendo 3DS systems. Besides showcasing the live game demo (available for download on the Nintendo eShop on June 30). The development team announced several other exciting pieces of news for fans of the series. The game will release digitally and at retail across North America and Europe on July 15, 2016.

The downloadable demo features three monsters with varying difficulty levels for both new and experienced players. It also has multiplayer options for 1-4 other players, local or online. Players are encouraged to start their battles with a newly introduced monster, the Great Maccao. Then, attempt to defeat the owl-like monster Malfestio. Once conquering those challenges, players can test their might against the fan-favorite, Nargacuga.

Select fans will be receiving special early access codes for the demo via email, starting today. However, fans who don’t want to wait can gain early access to the demo in the Humble Bundle’s E3 2016 Digital Ticket. In addition to the demo release, a new E3 trailer for Monster Hunter was released which shows some of the games daunting new enemies known as Deviant monsters. These monsters have survived previous hunter encounters and have evolved into even greater, more terrifying threats with unexpected and unpredictable behaviors and abilities.

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Bobby King

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This guy grew up playing Kirby for the NES on his grandmother's lap and has had a passion for games all his life. You'll primarily see reviews and opinion pieces from him. He likes RPGs, both Western and Japanese, action, adventure, brawlers, spectacle fighters and the occasional fighter or shooter; either third-person or first-person.
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This guy grew up playing Kirby for the NES on his grandmother's lap and has had a passion for games all his life. You'll primarily see reviews and opinion pieces from him. He likes RPGs, both Western and Japanese, action, adventure, brawlers, spectacle fighters and the occasional fighter or shooter; either third-person or first-person.

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