The Monster Hunter series is one I’ve always admired from afar. For the longest time, I understood that it was a huge game in Japan, as well as relatively popular in the West and this was for a good reason I just hadn’t discovered yet. The first Monster Hunter I ever dipped my toes into was Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate on the Wii U and for a time I found it to be an immensely satisfying game but also one whose mechanics I found difficult to truly understand. It felt fantastic to emerge victorious from a hunt, but the game assumed a lot of prior knowledge and so I never quite penetrated the depths of hunting technique and shortly lost interest. Along came Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate on the [...]
The brilliant indie skateboarding title OlliOlli will be grinding its way to the Wii U and the 3DS eShop next week alongside the usual updates. That’s March 6th for those of you playing at home.
You won’t need to shell out for each version of the game separately either, the game will be one of two cross-buy games available on the same day, Mario vs. Donkey Kong: Tripping Stars is the other one. This is also the first time America has received a cross buy title.
The game is about $10 in the US so it shouldn’t be much more here.