Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate 1080p Resolution Confirmed!

Wednesday, October 3rd, 2012

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Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate

Yes, you heard right.

Famitsu has confirmed what everyone wanted to hear: Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate will indeed support up to 1080p high-definition resolution. Not only that, but 5.1 LPCM surround sound will also be available. Since the game is essentially a port of Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate on the 3DS (Monster Hunter 3G in Japan), who knew Capcom would go all the way with this. It’s nice to see them putting in the effort for a true HD experience.

The Wii U version will have online play while the 3DS version however will not; it will only have local mutliplayer. Although, if enough fans make some noise, they’ve said they might add it.

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  • Still not sure if I’m going to get this.  1080p resolution and 3DS/Wii U crossplay are all very interesting gimmicks, though.

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      Those aren’t gimmicks, those are features.

    • Everything about a Monster Hunter on Nintendo vs a Vita shouts gimmick. 

    • I’m using the term “gimmick” not as an insult.  The words “gimmick” and “feature” are more or less the same.  The problem is, “gimmick” has garnered a negative connotation.  That was an error on my part.  I should have used “features” or some other word instead.