Monster Hunter Generations: localisation blog post #5, latest Event Quests (JP), more

Monster Hunter Generations – Localisation blog post #5 (final)

This week, Capcom posted the 5th and final localisation blog post for Monster Hunter Generations. This time around, we get to know more about the translation of the following monster names:

  • Glavenus (known as ディノバルド [di-no-ba-ru-do] in Japanese)
  • a certain monster (spoilers!)
  • Dreadking Rathalos and Dreadqueen Rathian (known as 黒炎王 [koku-en-ou] and 紫毒姫 [shi-doku-hime] in Japanese)
  • Redhelm Arzuros (known as 紅兜 [beni-kabuto] in Japanese)
  • Drilltusk Tetsucabra (known as 岩穿 [iwa-ugachi] in Japanese)
  • Stonefist Hermitaur (known as 矛砕 [hoko-kudaki] in Japanese)
  • Hellblade Glavenus (known as 燼滅刃 [jin-metsu-jin] in Japanese)

The blog post also has a message from Shintaro Kojima (Producer), Yasunori Ichinose (Director), and Marco Bombasi (Localisation Director). Click here to check it out!

Monster Hunter Generations Tour 2016

Yesterday, Capcom announced the Monster Hunter Generations Tour 2016. The company is bringing Monster Hunter Generations to several countries in Canada and the United States, with “co-op centric hunting activities, time attack Arena Challenges, and chances to win lots of awesome loot, as well as meet new hunters”.

Here’s the schedule (click on the source link below for more details, and to RSVP for each event!):

Date: August 6th, 2016
Location: Bier Markt, 199 North Queen Street, Toronto, M9C 1A7
Time: 12pm – 6pm
Age: 17+

Date: August 14th, 2016
Location: Emporium Arcade Bar
Age: 18+

Date: September 2nd, 2016
Location: Unicorn
Age: 21+

Date: September 30th, 2016
Location: Joystick Game Bar
Age: 21+

Date: October 15th, 2016
Location: Kung Fu Saloon
Age: 21+

Date: October 20th, 2016
Location: Folsom Street Foundry
Age: 18+

Source: Capcom-Unity

Monster Hunter Generations – Event Quests (Japan)

Today, some new Event Quests went live in Japan, including those for the collaborations with Street Fighter and Universal Studios Japan, and one described as the hardest quest ever. Here’s some screenshots:

Source: Famitsu



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