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Wii Monster Hunter Tri (Capcom, Online grátis)

Discussão em 'Nintendo' iniciada por I_Eat_All, 10 de Outubro de 2007. (Respostas: 1055; Visualizações: 83910)

  1. I_Eat_All

    I_Eat_All Plasma Beam!

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    Última edição: 12 de Julho de 2009
  2. CoolMaster

    CoolMaster Power Member

    Guia Principiantes Monster Hunter 3

    Fonte: http://fnintendo.net/index.php?opti...uia-simplificado&catid=62:cronicas&Itemid=129
     
    Última edição pelo moderador: 19 de Junho de 2010
  3. B3n3v3nt3

    B3n3v3nt3 Power Member

    [Wii] Monster Hunter 3 (NOVO TRAILER)

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    Monster Hunter deixou de ser exclusivo Sony :D
     
  4. theforbidden1

    theforbidden1 Banido

    parece que 1 dos maiores trunfos no Japão pertence á Nintendo
     
  5. I_Eat_All

    I_Eat_All Plasma Beam!

    EHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!?

    Epa... aí está algo que nunca imaginei, Monster Hunter 3 na X360 sim... Monster Hunter 3 na Wii... Let the multiplatform on the Wii begin :D

    Muito boas noticias, concerteza, mas é de facto uma noticia surpreendente para um jogo que começou a ser feito de raiz para a PS3;foge à norma. Além de que será online :)

    Era também um dos exclsivos de peso da Ps3 no Japão, julgando pelas vendas do MHunter's na PSP (simplesmente os 2 jogos de PSP mais vendidos de sempre por lá, e os unicos a bater os 2 milhões).
     
  6. sauzet

    sauzet Power Member

    [hysteric]OMG OMG OMG![/hysteric]

    Joguei o MH para a PSP e adorei o conceito do jogo. Nunca cheguei a jogar online, mas se este for direccionado para jogar em rede acho que vou busca-lo! (se houver para a 360 também espero para ver as diferenças primeiro :P)
     
  7. ruie

    ruie Power Member

    Parece que ainda é mais do que isso: deixou de ser exclusivo da PS3 para passar a exclusivo para a Wii.

    Last Updated: 10-October-2007 10:48:55

    TOKYO (Thomson Financial) - Nintendo Co Ltd, the world's largest maker of portable game consoles, on Wednesday won an exclusive deal in which major game developer Capcom Co Ltd will supply its blockbuster Monster Hunter 3 action game title for its Wii home-use, stand-alone game machines.

    The Osaka-based Capcom had previously said it was developing Monster Hunter 3 for Sony Computer Entertainment Inc's PlayStation 3 game console. The company's Monster Hunter 1 and 2 games were exclusively offered on PlayStation 2 consoles.

    Capcom's Monster Hunter series have accumulated global sales of 4.5 million copies.

    "Due to high development cost of titles for PS3, we have decided to switch the platform to which we release our Monster Hunster 3 title," Capcom managing corporate officer Katsuhiko Ichii said. Nintendo has a rich title line-up for children but has few strong titles that can appeal to core game players or adults.

    The announcement comes as Sony is struggling to recover its once-mighty position in the global video game market where competition has heated up since Microsoft Corp launched the Xbox 360 in 2005 and Nintendo Co introduced its Wii last November.

    Sony said Tuesday it will cut the price of its new generation video game console sold in Japan to prop up sluggish sales of high-end game machines ahead of the approaching Christmas season.

    Sony will cut the price of the most powerful version of the Playstation 3 (PS3) with a 60-gigabyte hard disk drive to 54,980 yen from around 59,800 yen offered by retailers on Oct 17.

    In unveiling the exclusive deal with the influential game developer, Nintendo president Satoru Iwata said that the company is now "entering the third phase of its strategy, aimed at expanding the game player population." "With the release of the Nintendo DS portable game console and Wii stand-alone game machine, we managed to lure those who have never played games or those who have stopped playing games to play them," Iwata said.

    "I understand that some experts argue that our success is short-lived and temporary. So, we now need to make efforts to constantly expand the player base by offering services and titles that can appeal not only to those who have never played games but also to those who play them hard," he said.

    Analysts think the deal could strike another blow to the Sony camp, which is losing support from game developers.

    In late 2006, Square Enix Co Ltd, a developer of computer games, decided to release its latest DragonQuest IX game exclusively for use in Nintendo Co Ltd's Nintendo DS portable game console.

    Square Enix hadn't published a main version of DragonQuest for use on a Nintendo game platform since 1995.

    "Wii has so far been successful, but it lacks a strong player base among teenagers, while Monster Hunter is highly popular in this age group," said Hirokazu Hamamura, president of Enterbrain, the publisher of influential entertainment magazines.

    "So, the transfer of the platform is a positive surprise for Nintendo and negative news for Sony," he said.

    Hamamura also said the decision by Capcom, which has a reputation for creating high-grade graphics, may also help encourage more third-party game developers to enter the Wii business, because it was thought that Wii would not be able to cope with such titles as Monster Hunter that requires strong graphical chip power.

    Meanwhile, Nintendo also announced a plan to ally with NTT East and NTT West, the regional fixed phone service unit of Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corp. The partners will offer a one-stop service for Internet-ready Wii, covering select Internet service providers and setting up an Internet connection.

    Nintendo offers the so-called "Virtual Console" service which allows Wii users to download legacy games and play on Wii.

    To enrich its Internet-ready features, Nintendo said it will also introduce a new service called Wiiware, which allows game developer to sell not only legacy games but also newly-developed games directly via the Internet.

    "With the launch of this new service, game developers can set prices on new games more flexibly and cut the risk of holding inventories," Nintendo's Iwata said.
     
  8. jfred-silva

    jfred-silva Power Member

    em que consiste este jogo?
     
  9. Bl!nd

    Bl!nd Power Member

    Apesar dessa histeria toda, nunca tinha ouvido falar deste jogo antes...

    Faço assim a mesma pergunta k o jfred-silva, em k consiste o jogo?
     
  10. ruie

    ruie Power Member

    Monster Hunter é bastante popular no Japão. Ainda recentemente o jogo para a PSP Monster Hunter Portable 2nd vendeu 700.000 unidades e triplicou o número de PSP's vendidas na primeira semana.

    da wikipedia:
    Monster Hunter is an adventure video game for PlayStation 2. The game was developed and published by Capcom. Monster Hunter was released in North America on September 21, 2004. It was later remade and expanded in Monster Hunter G, which was released in Japan and was brought to North America and Europe as Monster Hunter Freedom for the PlayStation Portable. The sequel, Monster Hunter 2, was also released only in Japan on February 16 in 2006, and then brought to North America as Monster Hunter Freedom 2 on August 28, 2007. Again, this "portable upgrade" brought some new things with it that the original game did not have.
    Monster Hunter 3 had been announced for the Playstation 3 two years ago and was recently announced as a Wii exclusive title [1]. Monster Hunter Portable 2nd G has also been announced, to be developed for the PSP. The latter is said to feature new mission modes as well as new monsters and items. This information was revealed at Tokyo Game Show 2007.
    Monster Hunter does not have an elaborate storyline or even an ending. The game does offer access to cut-scenes, (accessible through a gallery mode,) available upon completing certain quests that contain the corresponding monster. There is no plot to speak of, just a number of quests to complete before achieving the rank of Monster Hunter. Since there is no way to "beat" the game, a person could play indefinitely. The wide variety of items and equipment in the game is a significant draw for players.
    Although most of the game can take place offline through single player, the majority and by far the most content is contained in the online section of the game. Not only are most monsters "online only" opponents, but the only way to obtain the strongest equipment as well the majority of sheer variety in equipment, is through online play. Online play does not require a recurring fee. Goals for players online are not to defeat the most monsters but to reach the highest hunter rank, which is the "semi-storyline" that is carried out online by NPC characters.
     
  11. Pallad1um

    Pallad1um Power Member

    Pelo que tenho visto, este é um daqueles jogos em que o título diz tudo: em Monster Hunter andamos à caça de monstros. Parece-me um misto de acção/RPG, a a caçada lembra-me o jogo das Marks no FF 12.
     
  12. R3d_D3v1l_

    R3d_D3v1l_ Power Member

    Tendo em conta que supostamente a Wii é para casual gamers, não sei se este será assim tão apelativo..
     
  13. NJ5

    NJ5 Power Member

    A Wii é para quem a comprar... E quando os jogos mais apelativos para os tradicionais "gamers" começarem a sair, podes ter a certeza que a vão comprar! E começa já daqui a nada, com o Brawl, Galaxy, Mario Kart, etc...

    A Nintendo está com uma boa estratégia - têm jogos para apelar a vários tipos de clientes. Quando vier o Wii Fit, lá esgotam os stocks todos da Wii de novo. Entretanto, vão vendendo montes de consolas a fãs mais tradicionais, que espalham a palavra sobre a Wii.

    Não tenham qualquer dúvida, o sucesso no Japão está praticamente garantido.
     
  14. Pallad1um

    Pallad1um Power Member

    Essa dos jogadores casuais é uma grande treta lol. Claro que há quem compre para jogar alguns jogos party com os amigos, mas existem muitos que jogam mais a sério. Eu por exemplo nem sequer tenho mais que um comando... O que dá vontade de rir é que todas as consolas tentam há algum tempo atrair o maior número de jogadores casuais possiveis: veja-se os eye-toys, os buzz, rock band...
     
  15. Bio Shadow

    Bio Shadow Banido

    A Wii é uma plataforma para todo o tipo de jogos, não vejo lá nenhuma etiqueta que tenha escrito "Casual Games Only".

    Já agora, este jogo está em 5º lugar na lista dos mais esperados, ouch, bela machadada à Sony.

    1. (1 / 1) Dragon Quest IX NDS Square Enix 2.242
    2. (2 / 2) Final Fantasy XIII PS3 Square Enix 2.149
    3. (3 / 3) Biohazard 5 PS3 Capcom 1.663
    4. (4 / 4) Metal Gear Solid 4 PS3 Konami 1.174
    5. (5 / 5) Monster Hunter 3 PS3 Capcom 1.134
    6. (6 / 6) Super Smash Bros. Brawl Wii Nintendo 812
    7. (7 / 7) Lost Odyssey Xbox 360 Microsoft 719
    8. (8 / [​IMG] Crisis Core Final Fantasy VII PSP Square Enix 697
    9. (17/18) Shirokishi Monogatari PS3 Sony 599
    10. (9 /10) Super Mario Galaxy Wii Nintendo 581
     
    Última edição: 10 de Outubro de 2007
  16. jabun

    jabun Power Member

    A mim o jogo não me diz nada, mas sem duvida que vai fazer muito pelas vendas da Wii:)
     
  17. theforbidden1

    theforbidden1 Banido

    Esse é o único jogo que me fez ponderar arranjar 1 PSP...
     
  18. theforbidden1

    theforbidden1 Banido

    Vão comprarem se conseguírem arranjar, como é sabido as Wii tem um problema de super procura...
     
  19. andre_wiizelda

    andre_wiizelda Power Member

    Nao percebi essa dos casual gamers. Entoa tasme a dizer k deve aver muitos milhoes de casuas gamers com 250 euros.de casual gamers nao,mas sim de criancas:007:
     
  20. theforbidden1

    theforbidden1 Banido

    Isso dos casual gamers foi algo inventado para deitar abaixo a concorrência. Pelos vistos esta-se a ver que quem tem força são é os casual gamers...
     

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