Slay Four New Monsters in MONSTER HUNTER Dynamic Hunting
After selling 18-million units across all platforms, CAPCOM releases new adversaries and weapons for MONSTER HUNTER’s iOS update
Osaka, JAPAN -- October 20, 2011 -- CAPCOM, a leading international developer and publisher of video games, today released an update that contains four new monsters and unveils for the first time the ‘gunlance’ sword for MONSTER HUNTER Dynamic Hunting on iPhone and iPod touch.
To commemorate this update, Capcom Mobile will be providing a special offer for MONSTER HUNTER fans by slashing the price from $6.99 to $0.99 from October 20th through October 24th.
The immensely Monster Hunter franchise has sold over 18 million units across all platforms, and transports the player to a beautifully crafted fantasy world where massive creature roam the land. In epic encounters against titanic beats, players battle claw against sword for glory and survival.
MONSTER HUNTER Dynamic Hunting features over 40 different swords that are unlockable when progressing through various battles. Friends can team up and share the hunt as well as the spoils of victories via Bluetooth. Additionally, Twitter integration and a replay function have been added in this update.
Players interact with the game using an intuitive control system. Eschewing the typical D-pad, players swing their weapon in MONSTER HUNTER Dynamic Hunting by tapping the target with one finger. Blocks can be performed by tapping the screen with two fingers while evading is accomplished by sliding two fingers left or right. Basic movement can be accomplished by sliding a single finger, left or right. The result is an effortless control scheme that takes full advantage of the device’s touch screen.
MONSTER HUNTER Dynamic Hunting requires iOS 4.2 or higher. Supported hardware include the iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPod touch 3rd generation (32GB and 64GB) and iPod touch 4th generation.
MONSTER HUNTER Dynamic Hunting is normally available on the iTunes App Store for $6.99 at:
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