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Legend Hunter - Netflix

Type: Documentary

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2017-05-12

Legend Hunter - Monster Hunter Generations - Netflix

Monster Hunter Generations is an action role-playing video game developed and published by Capcom for the Nintendo 3DS. Announced in May 2015, the game was released in Japan in November 2015 and internationally in July 2016. Like other titles in the Monster Hunter series, players undertake quests that involve hunting dangerous creatures. Major additions in this installment include special attacks, new combat styles, and the ability to play as Felynes, who has traditionally only appeared as a companion to the player. An expanded version of the game, titled Monster Hunter XX, was announced in October 2016, and was released exclusively in Japan in March 2017. A HD port of the expansion for the Nintendo Switch, titled Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate, was released in Japan in August 2017 and is due to be released worldwide in August 2018.

Legend Hunter - Release - Netflix

Monster Hunter Generations was first announced in Japan under the title Monster Hunter X in May 2015 with a planned release later that year, during a Nintendo Direct presentation. A demo of the game was released digitally in Japan on November 19, 2015, via the Nintendo eShop. The demo features three quests involving different monsters. The game was subsequently released for Nintendo 3DS in Japan on November 28, 2015. Alongside the game's Japanese launch, Nintendo released Monster Hunter X-themed faceplates for the New Nintendo 3DS, and a limited-edition Monster Hunter X-themed New Nintendo 3DS XL featuring the game's logo and four signature monsters. For North America and Europe, the game was released as Monster Hunter Generations on July 15, 2016, along with a limited-edition New Nintendo 3DS XL similar to the Japanese release. A demo, featuring three monsters to hunt and online play capabilities, was made available in Europe on June 15, 2016, and in North America on June 30, 2016. Players that transfer their Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate saves into Monster Hunter Generations will receive an in-game armor set for their palico. Similar to previous Monster Hunter games, the player can obtain armor sets, weapons and clothing themed to other Capcom games and other third-party titles. Generations includes such themes based on Amaterasu from Ōkami, Chun-Li and Blanka from Street Fighter, Arthur from Ghosts 'n Goblins, Strider Hiryu from Strider, Link from The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker, and Fox McCloud from the Star Fox series. Such costumes are obtained by completing quests that are offered as free downloadable content. An expanded version of the game, Monster Hunter XX was announced in October 2016. It was released in Japan on March 18, 2017. More downloadable content based on other games was made available for this version shortly after release. Newly represented games include The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and the Ace Attorney series, while there will be more content based on Ōkami and Strider. Japanese singer Daigo will also be represented in the game. On May 26, 2017, it was announced that the game would be ported to the Nintendo Switch under the name of Monster Hunter XX: Nintendo Switch Ver., with a release due for August 25, 2017. Save data from Monster Hunter X will be able to be transferred to this version of the game, while progress can also be swapped between the 3DS and Switch versions of XX. Like Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate before it, XX will feature cross-platform multiplayer. Capcom stated during the June Electronic Entertainment Expo 2017 event that at the time it had no plans to localize the Switch version of Monster Hunter XX for Western audiences, though they did announce Monster Hunter: World to come to personal computers and other consoles. Nintendo plans to release the title for Western markets as Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate on August 28, 2018. Ultimate allows players to transfer character saved games from the 3DS Generations games.

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