Monster Hunter Stories to be playable at Tokyo Game Show 2015

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Capcom have confirmed that Monster Hunter Stories will be playable at Tokyo Game Show 2015.

The Nintendo 3DS exclusive role-playing game will see players as Riders rather than Hunters, adventuring through a world with an anime-inspired art style that marks a stark contrast to the usual visuals.

“After having passed the 10th anniversary last year, this is a new challenge for the Monster Hunter series, that we’ve began designing since about five years ago,” series producer Ryozo Tsujimoto had previously explained.

“While staying true to the world of Monster Hunter, and a story that can only be told through an RPG, we’d like to pack it with fun and enjoyment that we can’t even begin to describe with words.”

Tokyo Game Show 2015 will take place between Thursday 17th – Sunday 20th September at the Makuhari Messe in Tokyo.

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  1. I think the game has potential. Despite the animation being light heart-ed. I think, the game will still supply some serious, action packed moments. All and all that plus, a solid plot, will make this a great game.

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