Looking for the English patch for Monster Hunter Portable 3rd? You’re in luck! Most of the translation work done are on the weapon names, skill sets, menu items and most of the elderly quests.
Capcom’s current cash cow Monster Hunter Portable 3rd (that’s the PSP version of Monster Hunter Tri for the Wii) has reached an epic milestone for both the company and the game franchise. The game
Well have this guy, the Electric Monster
Was there even any doubt? This trailer fresh from TGS simply proves the point that the upcoming Monster Hunter title for the PSP will be awesome!
If you’re new to the monster hunter series, you’d best take this guide, Monster Hunter Tri Tips: Newbie’s Guide to heart. The game takes skill and patience to play the game. Sure
One of the more common Subquests for Monster Hunter Tri is getting Ripened Mushrooms. Unlike the two other account item shrooms (Choice Mushroom and Unique Mushroom), the Ripened Mushroom can only be acquired
It’s been a very busy month for me which is sad because it just so happens that one of my most awaited games has finally been released, Monster Hunter Tri. I managed to
And while we’re all waiting for the US release of Monster Hunter Tri, Capcom decided to make us fans drool even more with a press release confirming the next Monster Hunter PSP game due
Apparently a LOT. As a Monster Hunter player since it’s first incarnation on the Ps2 and it’s iterations on the PSP, I can say I’m really excited for Monster Hunter Tri on the Wii. Aside
I haven’t been playing Monster Hunter like I used to but I think I’ve come pretty far off. I started with Monster Hunter Freedom 2 and reached up to HR 4 before Monster
The game is still Japanese (Monster Hunter Tri won’t be arriving in English anytime soon) but the video is awesome nonetheless. I saw this while checking up one of my favorite Monster Hunter
Just a bit more and the English version of Monster Hunter Portable 2nd G is nearly here. Dubbed Monster Hunter Freedom Unite, it’s one of most awaited PSP games for 2009 and I’m quite
2008 was a slow year for the PSP, not in terms of sale but rather, the number of titles actually shelling your money out for. Aside from God of War, Crisis Core and
The Monster Hunter series exploded into the RPG genre like wildfire, in Japan at least as well as several communities in the Philippines (PinoyPSP for one). It’s one of (if not) the most successful