Super Puzzle Fighter Monster Hunter Remix And Other PSP MonHun Games On Sale

By Spencer . March 11, 2013 . 1:13am

Capcom has a bunch of Monster Hunter titles and spinoffs on sale via Japan’s PlayStation Store. You can pick up Felyne de Puzzle, which is actually a remix of Super Puzzle Fighter with the Feylnes from Monster Hunter Diary. The Felyne simulation game, Monster Hunter Diary: Poka Poka Felyne Village G, and a bundle with Monster Hunter Portable 3rd and the Japanese version of Monster Hunter Freedom Unite are discounted too.


Felyne de Puzzle is usually 2,700 yen ($28). Between March 14 and April 1 you can grab it for just 1,990 yen ($21). Monster Hunter Diary: Poka Poka Felyne Village G is 2,990 yen ($31), usually priced at 3,600 yen ($37).


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The Monster Hunter Portable 3rd and Monster Hunter Freedom Unite bundle is 2,990 yen ($31), on sale from 4,590 yen ($48).


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  • JonathanisPrimus

    You know Capcom, if you wanted to take advantage of the Vita’s price cut and software releases you’ve could’ve … I dunno, released some native software for it too?

    • Ferofax

      Soul Sacrifice isn’t native on Vita? Well, darn.

      ‘Cause if you were hoping for a new Monster Hunter for it, you’re probably in for a very long wait. Best you could hope for is a Vita remake of previous Monster Hunter titles. Which is highly unlikely to happen.

      • J_Joestar

        ummm Soul Sacrifice isn’t a Capcom game…

        • Ferofax


          Nintendo’s pretty much got MH3U and MH4 on lockdown for their platforms. Of course, things could always change, but I’m not betting on it. At least, not for a long while. Best keep that in mind when you guys are doing your wishful thinking.

          • J_Joestar

            what wishful thinking? Jonathan basically asked “Why no Vita games Capcom?” and you replied with Soul Sacrifice, and i just wanted to point out it wasn’t a Capcom game…

          • Ferofax

            That’s why I said exactly. I threw out Soul Sacrifice because Capcom doesn’t seem to be too interested in making games for the Vita. Especially Monster Hunter games. At least, not yet. I’m sorry if the “sleight of words” missed you, it wasn’t meant to be very obvious.

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