The letter “G” in the title implies it’s compatible with a wide range of platforms, including PlayStation3, Wii U, Xbox 360, and PC. We’re also planning to extend this support to PlayStation Vita. The reason why we have increased our support for so many hardware platforms is because we have our sights set on distributing services for this game in the future outside Japan. We simply can’t release a game as it is, but need to adapt all the necessary services to the unique characteristics of each region. In preparation for that, we’ve broadened our scope and started launching individual titles across multiple hardware platforms.
If you’ve ever played and enjoyed a Monster Hunter game before, this is a reason to get excited. Monster Hunter Frontier is the pinnacle of the series. This game contains so much more content than any of the standalone console Monster Hunter games, it boggles the mind.
We learned not too long ago that the game was coming out for Wii U in Japan, and we can only hope it comes to our US and European Wii Us as soon as possible.
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