After talking about Brachdios and the touch screen control customization in Monster Hunter Tri G, Satoru Iwata talked to the development team about Monster Hunter 4. A concept video for the Nintendo 3DS game was shown back in September.
Kaname Fujioka, director of Monster Hunter Tri G, said the teaser was made from development staff playing Monster Hunter 4. Ryozo Tsujimoto, producer of the Monster Hunter series, told Iwata two teams are working on Monster Hunter games simultaneously, one for Tri G and the other is creating Monster Hunter 4. Neither creator gave any new details about the game, but both feel the bar has been raised and expectations are high.
Monster Hunter Tri G comes out in Japan on December 10.