Monster Hunter Tri G HD Version Bundled With 32GB Wii U For 38,850 Yen

By Spencer . September 13, 2012 . 7:45am

imageCapcom is bringing the Nintendo 3DS game Monster Hunter Tri G to Wii U as a launch title. Monster Hunter Tri G HD Version supports local co-op and has online play. You can also import save data from the 3DS version into Monster Hunter Tri G HD Version.


Nintendo will release a hardware bundle for Wii U with a Wii U premium set, classic controller and Monster Hunter 3G HD Version for 38,850 yen.


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  • ShawnOtakuSomething

    so whats Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate

    • Somazu

      Its the english version of 3G on 3DS and Wii U

  • Mrgrgr and Unacceptable World

    With this, i am more than sure that Wii U is going to success in Japan lol.

    MH for MH fans, Mario for Nintendo followers and Nintendo Land for Casual Market.

    They pretty much already cover all important market in Japan lol.^_^

    • sd28

      you forgot dragon quest 

      • Mrgrgr and Unacceptable World

        Consider me fail lol. Well, what can i say here. Nintendo seems to go gun blazing this time.^_^

  • ronin4life

    Does “local CO-OP” mean same system 2~4 player in this case?? Full multi, and not the wii tri’s tacked on 2 player mode?
    If so, awesomesauce.

    • PreyMantis

      It’s both. The game has the regular 2-4 players co-op quests and 2-4 players arena play.

  • PreyMantis

    “You can also import save data from the 3DS version into Monster Hunter Tri G HD Version.”

    Now, this makes things a lot better; I don’t have to worry about playing two separate games.

  • zferolie

    So… where is the American version of this?

    • Its called Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate in the US.

  • ZEROthefirst

    This better be the monster hunter news we may here about before the end of the year. Of course give us the 3ds version to play on the go.
    Edit: nevermind i saw this post before i saw the older one about mh3ultimate :p

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