Monster Hunter 4 Cinematic Trailer Shows Glimpses of Gameplay

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The 3DS continues its seemingly endless hot streak of awesome games, with Monster Hunter 4. I swear, they just came out with one the other day, but it seems as if Monster Hunter 4 will be arriving on shelves September 14th.

Oh, Japan and their franchises. It’s almost like they’re a conveyor-belt of sunshine, happiness and dreams! Or, you know, whatever it is that you imagine, when you think about the design process of Japanese developers.

Anyways, enjoy the new trailer. It shows off cinematic cut scenes that look nothing like the graphics you’ll be viewing when you’re actually playing in game on the 3DS. Oh, and there’s omnidirectional wall climbing. Yeah! And you thought the last one had everything. Japan sure showed you. Again.

Seriously, though. Monster Hunter Online actually looks pretty good. More of that, please.

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