Monster Hunter Generations
Tons of gameplay for Monster Hunter Generations was shown during Nintendo's E3 presentations, highlighting the 4-player co-op on 3DS while tackling some of the newest monsters in the game.
A new "Deviant Monsters" game trailer was released, which you can check out below, as well as some screens showing the detailed artwork of some new monstrous threats and combat gameplay. We already took a look at the more advanced customization that will be integral to the latest of the Monster Hunter series, as well as the four combat styles (aerial, guild, adept, and striker) that open up new ways for players to engage in combat.
Monster Hunter Generations has already released in Japan in November 2015, with an international release set for July 15 on 3DS. At the end of Monster Hunter Generations' demonstration, it was announced that the demo seen will be available for the public on June 30 from the Nintendo eShop.
As well, those who have saved data from Monster Hunter 4 on their 3DS will receive bonus in-game material, including a pterodactyl armor set for the new prowler mode which allows you to play as a cat-like species called a felyne. A few months ago Capcom released a trailer showing off an Okami Amaterasu outfit for the prowler mode as well. More bonuses for returning players are said to follow.