More Screenshots Of Monster Hunter Frontier G On PS3

By Spencer . September 20, 2013 . 1:58am

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Capcom is bringing the online game Monster Hunter Frontier G to more consoles. Originally released for PC and Xbox 360, Monster Hunter Frontier G will be released for PlayStation 3 on November 20. The game will be released as a free download, but it has a monthly 1,400 yen ($14) subscription fee. Capcom will also sell a Beginner’s Package with a game disc, 16 items, and a coupon that can be redeemed for 60 days of play for 6,090 yen ($61).

 

Monster Hunter Frontier G will travel to Wii U on December 11 and a PlayStation Vita version is slated for 2014.

 

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  • Shady Shariest

    Monster Hunter on Vita… I need that thing. NOW! (Edit: The Vita, MH is just Icing now ;:3)

    • Natalie Rath

      The thing is… You need to pay a monthly fee and you need a japanese ip to play…

    • jugss

      I heard that game has IP block so region free is useless.

    • Link

      Your not going to want this MH. Trust.

      • Shady Shariest

        Yarghh… I was so hyped to see MH i just commented without reading ;(

  • Stranger On The Road

    Wait… subscription? And at that rate, it would match the price of the full game in few months!

    Any way, I don’t play Monster Hunter games, but a question, isn’t offline adhoc gameplay the biggest selling point of this series? So wouldn’t this subscription fee affect the popularity of the game in a negative way? Well, on the Vita anyway.

    • jugss

      I found this on gamefaqs.

      For all the misinformed people who are most likely going to enter this thread.

      -Monster Hunter Frontier G is a 6 year old port of a game already out on 360 and PC. Not a new game.
      -This will not be updated and is basically a straight port alongside the soon to be released PS3 and WiiU versions
      -Its a microtransaction riddled MMO with dated mechanics and graphics(well the graphics thing can be said about all MH)
      -Almost assuredly wont be localized as its one of the worst selling MH games to date
      -People looking to import are out of luck as MHFG employs IP blocking meaning if your outside of Japan its a no go.

      If people werent interested in this game 6 years ago I dont see much interest in it now.

      • Thatguy

        Some people blind. They will sream: *Vita getting a MH! Vita saved! Nintendo, you are dooooomed!* anyway.

  • Ni ~UNREAL BLACK THINGS~

    Don’t forget to say that this game has Ip block too. so forget about playing it

  • leingod

    Why not a regular, retail Monster Hunter game on the Vita? Damn you, Capcom.

  • AkuLord3

    Man Capcom we know you’re having troubles but resurrecting meh games to get money is pretty sad especially in this way. You know won’t make as much money, being risky is cool but not this way.

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