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Monster Hunter World is the best-selling Capcom game of all time

Not much time has passed since Monster Hunter World saw the light on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, but the Capcom title can already boast an incredible record: in just one ...
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Coming up a mammoth guide on Monster Hunter World

A huge official Monster Hunter: World guide is coming. Ben 1.008 pages containing all the information useful to every hunter in circulation. The guda will be published next month in Japan. The book is ...
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A new nendoroid dedicated to Monster Hunter World

GoodSmile Company had a lot to show this weekend at the Wonder Festival 2018, the show where the company revealed its first nendoroid dedicated to Monster Hunter World. This is the figure ...

Monster Hunter World meets Street Fighter

After Horizon Zero Dawn is the turn of Street Fighter to set foot in the world of Monster Hunter World. In fact, if you are in possession of Street Fighter V and the data is in the system, going ...

Monster Hunter World reaches a new record

Capcom has announced that it has shipped 6 millions of copies of Monster Hunter World worldwide. The game is the Capcom title to reach that figure faster. Monster Hunter World is ...

Making of: Monster Hunter World

You've probably been annoyed to hear about Monster Hunter World on the right and missing, but I can assure you, while playing, that the game is worth every single cent of its price (and ...
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Monster Hunter World has beaten all the games in the history of the Asian videogame market

It is the phenomenon of the moment. Monster Hunter World is doing mind-boggling numbers all over the world, but it is in Asia that the hunting-mania is indeed setting records on record, with an incredible one for ...
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Monster Hunter World and Street Fighter V become one thing

During the EVO Japan 2018 Capcom presented a new content for two leading titles: Monster Hunter World and Street Fighter V. Through the trailer that you can see below were shown the ...

Rare - the logo is nothing but a gold roll

Despite being purchased in the far 2002 by Microsoft, Rare remains one of the most important and loved developers in the Nintendo scene to date ...

Bernie Sanders has opened a channel on Twitch

Ah, but it's not Lercio. Once again, reality succeeds in overcoming all kinds of expectations. Bernie Sanders, US Senator and ...

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