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Post by Dan @ 10:36am 09/09/13 | 0 Comments
Nintendo Japan's latest Nintendo Direct streaming broadcast was focused on Monster Hunter 4, the upcoming Nintendo 3DS title that is hugely anticipated in Nintendo's homeland, but has not yet been announced for a Western release.

If you don't speak Japanese, or aren't familiar with Monster Hunter, there's probably not much in this half-hour presentation for you, but for those that do or are, you can still watch to see Nintendo President Satoru Iwata reveal Mario, Luigi, and Yoshi costumes that dress up some strange cat things that follow you, as well as a Link costume to dress your player character up like the iconic The Legend of Zelda Hero.

Monster Hunter 4 lands in Japan for Nintendo 3DS on September 14 2013, and will presumably make it to other countries at some point in the future.

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