The 3DS version of Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate will not feature online support when it comes out next March in Europe and North America.
A Japanese spa resort has come up with an innovative way to boost visitors – ship in gamers looking for a slice of authentic Monster Hunter scenery.
What is Capcom's fastest-selling game of all time? It's not Street Fighter, it's not Mega Man, it's not Resident Evil.
Server problems have led to Capcom temporarily suspending online play for Wii title Monster Hunter Tri.
Capcom has revealed that Lost Planet 2 "underperformed its projection substantially", Monster Hunter Tri "grew at a sluggish pace" and Ghost Trick "struggled".
Capcom has assured Eurogamer that everything is being done to fix problems some European internet service providers are having with Monster Hunter Tri online.
Wii game Monster Hunter Tri has debuted fifth in the UK all-formats chart.
VOLCANO WATCH: We've got a casualty! Capcom has regretfully informed fans that Japanese star developers Ryozo Tsujimoto and Kaname Fujioka cannot attend the London Monster Hunter Tri launch event at GAME on Oxford Street this Friday.
The great cloud of ash spewed by Iceland's Eyjafjallajökull volcano means they can't fly here. And it's a bit too far to walk.
Nevertheless, the show must go on, and Capcom will have Tsujimoto-san and Fujioka-san sign Monster Hunter Tri sleeves and post them out to the first 100 people through the doors at the London's Oxford Street GAME store.
VOLCANO WATCH: Nintendo has told Eurogamer that the giant cloud of ash spewed from Iceland over Europe will not halt Wii and DS game distribution.
Wii game Monster Hunter Tri arrives in Europe next week, and Nintendo and Capcom has organised a free London launch event for fans and curious passers-by.
Oxford Street's GAME store is the venue, and the 5.30pm start (7.30pm finish) allows people with jobs and therefore money to attend. Phew.
Monster Hunter series producer Ryozo Tsujomoto and director Kaname Fujiok will be on hand to sign copies and smile at you. The first 50 people in line will be given a free Monster Hunter bag that contains some MH merchandise not on sale here in the UK.
Forthcoming PSP game Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker will feature characters from the Monster Hunter series, including mascot Felyne.
Capcom's offering you the chance to play Wii game Monster Hunter Tri before launch at one of three UK events.
Anyone that pre-orders Wii game Monster Hunter Tri early enough will receive a free head from Capcom. The head of a dragon-like Rathalos creature, to be precise.
Monster Hunter creators Ryozo Tsujimoto and Kaname Fujioka have said the game isn't seen as a hardcore title in Japan - more of a typical action adventure.
Nintendo Europe has announced European dates for Super Mario Galaxy 2 and other titles at its London press event.
Nintendo has announced US release dates for Super Mario Galaxy 2, Metroid: Other M and Monster Hunter Tri.
Capcom UK has poured cold water on reports that the Wii's Monster Hunter Tri will get a PSP version, saying, "This is a rumour."
Monster Hunter Tri's coming to European Wiis in April, and there will be three ways for you to buy the game.
Capcom has announced a whole bundle of release dates for its forthcoming titles.
First up is Lost Planet 2, which will launch in Europe and North America on 18th May. The game is in development for PS3 and Xbox 360 and will feature six interconnected episodes, "creating a truly unique interactive experience that changes depending upon the actions of the players involved", according to Capcom. You'll be able to team up with a maximum of three other players and fight the good fight over Xbox Live and PSN.
Speaking of which, Super Street Fighter IV will be coming to Europe on 30th April, also on PS3 and 360. The US will get it three days earlier. Expect new online modes, combos and characters, including Tae Kwon Do specialist Juri.
Capcom has delayed the release of Lost Planet 2, Super Street Fighter IV and Monster Hunter Tri.
Capcom has announced a new spin-off Monster Hunter game for PSP.
Capcom is likely to scrap the online charge for Monster Hunter Tri when the game heads West.
Monster Hunter Tri has been knocked off the Japanese chart pedestal by PS2 newcomer SD Gundam G Generation Wars, which posts a winning score of 175,000 sales.
Monster Hunter Tri has proved enormously popular in Japan, with 520,000 copies sold over two days.
Capcom has revealed that Monster Hunter Tri will head West to Europe and the US early next year.
Capcom plans to release the Wii-exclusive Monster Hunter 3 (Tri) on 1st August in Japan.
Capcom boasted that it has shipped more than one million copies for Monster Hunter Portable 2G in Japan after just six days on sale.
Nintendo overlord Satoru Iwata has revealed that Monster Hunter 3 is being made for Wii.