Today’s Japanese news: more collaboration content now available for Monster Hunter XX, but also…
- Monster Hunter Stories
- Dragon Quest Summer Festival 2017
Monster Hunter XX
Here’s some pictures for the latest collaboration in Monster Hunter XX: Strider!
Next, here’s some pictures for the Universal Studio Japan collaboration content, which is now available until June 25th (and only at Universal Studios Japan, there will not be a separate distribution for the general public at a later date, like most other distributions):
Speaking of Monster Hunter XX, here’s the livestream recording for the latest tournament from the Monster Hunter Championship 2017:
Source: Famitsu / Gamer
Monster Hunter Stories
Here’s some pictures for the Universal Studio Japan collaboration content in Monster Hunter Stories, which is now available until June 25th (and only at Universal Studios Japan, there will not be a separate distribution for the general public at a later date, like most other distributions):
It’s not clear whether that extra content will make it to Europe and North America, but since it did in Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate and Monster Hunter Generations, it’s likely it will also be distributed outside Japan.
Monster Hunter Stories (3DS) comes out this Fall in Europe and North America.
Dragon Quest Summer Festival 2017
Today, Square-Enix announced the Dragon Quest Summer Festival 2017: a special event that will conclude the celebrations for the 30th Anniversary of the series. It will take place on August 5th and August 6th at the Tokyo Big Sight (from 10AM to 8PM). Admission to the event is free, though visitors will need a paid tickets for the Dragon Quest X 5th Anniversary stage show.
Here’s the games to be showcased and playable at the event:
- Dragon Quest XI: Sugisarishi Toki o Motomete (Nintendo 3DS)
- Dragon Quest X (Wii, Wii U)
- Dragon Quest Monsters Joker 3 Professional (Nintendo 3DS)