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Monster Hunter Rise Capcom Nintendo Switch

Monster Hunter Rise, here are the first images of the amiibo

During the Nintendo Direct that aired on September 17, Capcom announced the arrival of Monster Hunter Rise and Monster Hunter Stories 2 on the Nintendo Switch. To accompany the first title would also come ...

Monster Hunter Rise, 30 fps and free DLC confirmed by Capcom

Monster Hunter Rise, the new chapter of the brand for Nintendo Switch, will run at 30 fps and will be supported thanks to a series of free DLCs. Monster Hunter, after the cross-platform parenthesis with World, back to top ...
Monster Hunter Rise RE Engine

Monster Hunter Rise is made with the RE Engine

Earlier this week, during the latest Nintendo Direct, Capcom announced Monster Hunter Rise for the Nintendo Switch. The graphic rendering seems to be quite satisfactory and this is also due to the fact that the game runs ...
Monster Hunter Rise Stories 2 Capcom Nintendo Switch

Capcom presents Monster Hunter Rise and Monster Hunter Stories 2

After the Monster Hunter World parenthesis, Capcom's action series returns to Nintendo Switch with two new titles announced during the latest Nintendo Direct Mini: Monster Hunter Rise and Monster Hunter Stories 2. https://www.youtube.com/watch? v = a6C5lH5b-f4 Monster Hunter Rise is exactly what it sounds like, the ...

Venom: The fury of Carnage, we discover the new trailer

Oscar-nominated actor Tom Hardy returns to the role of the celebrated Marvel anti-hero in the new Italian trailer for Venom: The Fury of Carnage. Directed by Andy Serkis ...

Dead Space Remake, the game director will be the same as Assassin's ...

In the past few hours Eric Baptizat, historic Ubisoft game director who has worked for the French company for the last 16 years, has revealed through the ...

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