[QUOTE="clyde46"]PS4 and PC.SushigluttonThis^^^! agreed. I see no reason to own both a ps4 and xbox1 even if the xbox is leaps ahead in processing power multiplatform games will be optimized for the lower denominator. I also don't want an always on camera in my house.
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My Circle Pad Pro XL arrived just in time. I'm looking forward to it (the 3DS version anyway. WiiU version will come after exams).
You do know that the Circle Pad Pro's not compatible with MH3U on the 3DS right? :Pjust for the demo I believe.
[QUOTE="Michael0134567"]Because not everybody started Monster Hunter when it originally started, like myself, and because the WiiMote and Nunchuck was a good control method for it. Not knocking classic controls because alot of people used that method as well. you know being afraid of adapting makes it more difficult. Embrace the new method and the features the gamepad bring. I love the size of the gamepad and we'll be able to map items and combos to shortcuts there making things like grabbing stuff from your inventory easier. I plan to put the HUD on the gamepad and free up the screen so I can enjoy the world.
Why would anyone want to play Monster Hunter with a WiiMote and Nunchuk? :|nini200
[QUOTE="Jaysonguy"]I'm pretty sure its a port of the 3DS version of the Wii game, which uses similar assets but adds a lot of stuff and changes things and is scaled down for the 3DS. So technically its an up-port of a 3DS game that never supported the Wii controller, and the 3DS is a re-worked version of the Wii game. Actually from Tri it went to PSP with portable 3rd, from there it went to PS 3 as Portable 3rd HD, then it went to DS. So it's a wii game reworked for PSP then for PS 3, then for 3DS and now finally back over here for MH3u. 51 - 18 monsters all with unique weapons and armor. It's a huge expansion.
Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate is a Wii game, in every single sense it's a Wii game
There no reason why it shouldn't have Wiimote support
For everyoe who wants to babble on with "Well it's a Wii U game" Nintendo ($#*(#$@ Land uses the Wiimote!
There's no excuse for thisbonesawisready5
the camera is perfect, the last thing you want is the camera autocorrecting itself behind you. As a player in MH you have complete control over the camera, it's brilliant and once you get used to the game you'll see why. When fighting multiple big monsters in the same area you'll really understand. It's like this, you have complete control over the camera, it won't move unless you click the centering button or move it yourself. Once you come to terms with the game you'll understand.
I have no issue with lack of Wii Motes. I have never played a MH game before. The MH3U Demo was my first time. I just want the camera fixed. As in a fixed camera.Master_Of_Fools