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Monster Hunter Stories Is Launching In Japan On October 8 With Amiibo Figures And More



Capcom announced today that their upcoming Nintendo 3DS RPG Monster Hunter Stories will release in Japan on October 8, 2016 for 5,800 yen retail and 5,546 yen digital, plus tax for both.


The above is a look at the latest trailer for the game.





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Additionally, Capcom will release new amiibo figures for Monster Hunter Stories that features the One-Eyed Rathalos & Rider (female), One-Eyed Rathalos & Rider (male), and Nabiru with the first two going for 1,800 yen and 1,200 for the Felyne figure. These figures will get you a special Otomon in the game, and a second wave of Monster Hunter Story amiibo figures will release in winter 2016.



Limited copies of the game will include a Rathalos costume for Nabiru that is shown on the left in the above image. To the right is a Dinobaruto costume that you get for having a save data from Monster Hunter Generations.



The above is a look at some retailer-exclusive Otomon bonuses.


The following is a look at musician DAIGO that will appear in the game, where you’ll actually get to make your character into the man through character customization. The weapon he’s holding is a great sword that was actually designed by him, too.



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And finally, here’s a look at the latest from the upcoming anime Monster Hunter Stories: Ride On that will premiere in Japan this October via Fuji TV:



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Monster Hunter Stories will release in Japan on October 8, 2016 for Nintendo 3DS.

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