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The best-selling console in Japan in the 2018 is Nintendo Switch

Famitsu, the historic Japanese videogame magazine, has published a report which shows the best-selling 10 games in the 2018 and the sales data of the main consoles. Obviously the information only concerns the ...

Monster Hunter World: The Witcher 3 event is now available

The Monster Hunter World event is available on The Witcher 3 for PS4 and Xbox One. The new crossover mission allows players to impersonate the famous witcher Geralt, who finds himself ...
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Monster Hunter's film has a release date

Monster Hunter World can undoubtedly be proud of its debut, studded with fabulous sales and various unexpected crossovers, including the "fabulous" one with Geralt and The Witcher. As a further sign of the success of ...
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Geralt in Monster Hunter: World!

It is with a post on Facebook that CD Projekt RED presents the bomb that every fan of The Witcher and Monster Hunter has always dreamed of: Geralt will be playable in Monster Hunter: World! ...
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Monster Hunter World, revealed the system requirements

Today the release date of Monster Hunter World for PC was revealed and, at the same time, the system requirements were also published. It seems you don't have to worry too much even if you have a ...

Monster Hunter World, revealed the release date on PC

Monster Hunter World was a great success for Capcom. The last chapter of the long-time series has sold over 8 million copies since its January release, making it the best-selling game ...
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Monster Hunter World will never arrive on Nintendo Switch

Monster Hunter World is the most sold title ever made by Capcom and transforms the series from a purely oriental niche to a real world blockbuster. Thanks to this success, Capcom has ...
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The 2018 was the most profitable year ever for Capcom

Monster Hunter World was a great success for Capcom, so much so that it brought the 2018 to be the most profitable year ever of the company. For the financial year ending March, 2018, ...

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