Monster Hunter: World launches worldwide on January 26, 2018

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  1. DarthDub

    DarthDub Amateur Hacker

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    Your mom's basement.
    Guess I'll grab this on PC.
     
  2. DarkRioru

    DarkRioru reach for the stars

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    finally the cutscenes have actual voiced dialouge... no awkward grunting in the cutscenes to convey language like in mh3u/4u/generations
     
  3. MonkeyDKid

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    the awkward voice is the best feature they have.
     
  4. Abcdfv

    Abcdfv What comes around goes around.

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    It did for me.
     
  5. Xzi

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    Lol you're kidding me, right? People think this game has high-end graphics? The trailer looks like XB360. It could easily be scaled to Switch, it's simply that they'd prefer to port MHXX first because that's even easier.
     
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  6. DeslotlCL

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    No, they didnt. Nintendo asked capcom to port a mh game to switch, they never had the intention but it was nintendo who asked them, and guess what? The switch port is selling really bad in japan right now lmao.
     
  7. DarthDub

    DarthDub Amateur Hacker

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    Your mom's basement.
    Well, it's also on New 3DS so everyone is buying that version.
     
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  8. Xzi

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    Exactly, or already bought it. I've never paid for it though, and XX will be better on Switch.

    Sounds like some he said-she said bullshit to me. Monster Hunter has always been a portable-focused franchise, it was inevitably going to make its way to Switch in one form or another.
     
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  9. rileysrjay

    rileysrjay GBAtemp's official vinsclone speedster!

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    You should all know by now the reason why there isn't any monster Hunter on the switch outside of Japan and no mh world: Capcom being crapcom!
     
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  10. Xzi

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    Pretty much. Marvel vs Capcom (3 or Infinite) would've sold well on Switch, but nah let's put Street Fighter 2 on there and way overcharge for it instead.
     
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  11. rileysrjay

    rileysrjay GBAtemp's official vinsclone speedster!

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    Amazingly though the street fighter 2 and pokken dx re-releases managed to place higher than marvel vs Capcom infinite in their first week in the UK(physical). The mysteries of crapcom never cease to amaze me...

    https://www.reddit.com/r/NintendoSw...ken_tournament_dx_launches_at_7_in_uk_charts/
     
  12. Xzi

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    Pokken I can understand, but it's amazing to me that so many people were willing to pay $40 for a SNES game in 2017.
     
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  13. rileysrjay

    rileysrjay GBAtemp's official vinsclone speedster!

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    B-but street fighter 2 on switch has new graphics! And two new totally original characters! That totally justifies the price, right?
     
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