Monster Hunter X: Weapons and Hunting Styles showcase videos (Full version, Day 2), screens

Monster Hunter XBack in August Capcom uploaded Weapons and Hunting Styles showcase videos for Monster Hunter X. As the name implies, they showcased each of the weapons types in the game (14 in total, just like in Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate), coupled with one of the four Hunting Styles (one of the central elements of Monster Hunter X, which allows players to really customise their hunting experience).

And yesterday Capcom started uploading the full version of these videos. While the original batch only showed two styles, this new series of Weapons and Hunting Styles showcase videos allow us to see each type of weapon used with all four Hunting Styles:

  • Guild Style
  • Striker Style
  • Aerial Style
  • Bushido Style

Today’s videos

Today, Capcom showcased the following weapons: Sword & Shield and Dual Blades:

Head after the break for the second video, but also some screenshots!

Previous videos and planning

  • September 9th: Great Sword and Long Sword
  • September 10th: Sword & Shield, Dual Blades
  • September 11th: Hammer, Hunting Horn
  • September 12th: Lance, Gunlance
  • September 13th: Switch Axe, Charge Blade
  • September 14th: Insect Glaive, Light Bowgun
  • September 15th: Heavy Bowgun, Bow

Screenshots and artworks

Today, Capcom revealed some additional screenshots for Monster Hunter X, showcasing all the elements seen in Famitsu last week:

Here’s an additional scan from Jump magazine (courtesy of kazu):

Source: 4Gamer.net

Monster Hunter Poka-Poka Airou Village DX

Finally, here’s some screenshots for another Monster Hunter game on Nintendo 3DS, which couldn’t be any more different… Monster Hunter Poka-Poka Airou Village DX, which came out today in Japan! If you’re interested, you can also head out to Capcom’s channel on YouTube in order to check out some more episode of the promotional Airou village.

Monster Hunter X (3DS) comes out on November 28th in Japan.

Source: Famitsu / 4Gamer.net


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