CAPCOM has been recently known for their porting and definitive-fying. Today is almost no different with their MegaMan 30th Anniversary Stream.
The MegaMan devs wanted to resurrect MegaMan from his demise since Inafune left, and today is their love letter to the fans with more ports, collections and, surprisingly, a new game and a lack thereof.
Sorry for the lame headliner, but that’s kinda what we do. We’re corny, fun and a little eccentric. Plus, we like sharing our stories! So, stick around!
Now, I opened up like that because Monster Hunter Stories presents just as quirky. Behind the serious calamity looming over and bonds built and broken all over, it is a fun and funny game that does not hesitate to pull the puns out all over the place. But that’s not all it is. Just like The Witcher 3 can be the new golden standard of open world fantasy RPGs, Monster Hunter Stories should be the golden standard for JPRG spin-offs.
A bit of awesome news came by yesterday and finally, it is about Monster Hunter World’s release date. Check out the trailer I’ve attached below from TGS 2017.
We are finally getting a larger emphasis on story in this entry. That’s a good thing. Maybe they learned a thing or two from Destiny 2, which has a good amount of content without having each of them be mandatory of each other.
So, CAPCOM is infamous for their constant HD remasters and burying their other IPs that need dire attention. This week is no different. We are getting one remaster port, one upgrade port and a weird statement regarding CAPCOM’s future with the Nintendo Switch.
With the Mega Man Universe in shambles since its IRL Dr. Light (Keiji Inafune) left the scene, we are left wanting for more. More to the story of the biometals. More to the legend. More to the connection of all these lives. More importantly more to how to get Volnutt off the moon.