Monster Hunter Frontier Online In The West Is “Possible”

By Spencer . June 7, 2010 . 4:31pm

imageNikkei’s TrendyNet asked Capcom’s CEO a question for fans of Monster Hunter in the West. Is Capcom planning a Western version of the game?


“The Xbox 360 is very popular in the West, worldwide expansion is possible if we can clear up some of the issues,” Haruhiro Tsujimoto responded in a Nikkei interview. “Development is possible.” The issues Tsujimoto mentioned are service issues, infrastructure problems, and analyzing PC user trends. Monster Hunter Frontier Online was originally released as a PC game in Japan and other countries in Asia.


Capcom have not produced an English version yet. Like Monster Hunter Tri, Monster Hunter Frontier Online has a monthly fee in Japan. In addition to a Hunter Life code, players also need an Xbox Live Gold subscription. In Japan, the Monster Hunter Frontier Beginners pack bundles a years worth of Xbox Live with a thirty day Hunter Life card, and the game.

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  • Code

    rar, relevant to my interests, but they’ll need to work out a better payment plan — the whole paying twice thing is surprisingly sloppy on there part. Although rarr after my MH3/work hiatus, I’m a little too full from MH3 now, to even want to stomach even more MH anytime soon.

  • Scallion

    As much as I’d love to play MH on my 360, there is no way in hell am I paying for a subscription.
    Why not just expand the portable experience to the 360 and PS3, and even allow couch co-op?

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