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capcoms monster hunter franchise

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     capcom has felled by not making the monster hunter series come to ps. They havent had a game for ps since 2006 monster hunter freedom unite for psp. But they keep giving games to nintendo. !_!

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Maybe Nintendo is paying them for exclusivity?
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Maybe Nintendo is paying them for exclusivity?

Besides, the last Monster Hunter game for Sony hardware came out in 2010, not 2006 as the op claims.

Monster Hunter Portable 3rd, but the only problem was that Capcom never saw fit to release it in the US and EU.

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But they keep giving games to nintendo. !_!


I suggest that fans of the franchise start a letter writing campaign to Capcom. If enough people show interest in the series, Capcom may consider it. Use their email address, "Contact Us", Feedback and forums.

 

Letter writing campaignes have been known to work. Television shows that have been cancelled, or on the verge of cancellation were brought back. Sometimes for a few years. One series went on to become the biggest television/movie franchise in the world, even when the original series was cancelled twice. It had been cancelled after two years. A campaign brought it back for one more year before it was cancelled again.

 

That's just one example. Letter writing campaignes have been known to work. But if not enough people participate, then there isn't even a chance for success.

 

 

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Maybe Nintendo is paying them for exclusivity?

Most likely.  MH was Sony's 'ace' in the handheld arena, where Nintendo dominates and what better way to knock out one of the legs of your competition than to buy up one of, if not the biggest, 3rd party IP that Sony has in their corner?  Sony already got shafted earlier in the gen with MH3 when it was etched in for PS3 and now the Vita, on the early looks, is getting shafted the same way.

 

And if Nintendo is paying, not much we can do.  If there is a contract in place keeping the IP from Sony, Capcom knew what they were getting into.  It does open the door for IPs that are kind of playing in the same ballpark though (Soul Sacrifice, God Eater, etc.) to fill the MH gap if they want to.


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cubchubo wrote:

But they keep giving games to nintendo. !_!


I suggest that fans of the franchise start a letter writing campaign to Capcom. If enough people show interest in the series, Capcom may consider it. Use their email address, "Contact Us", Feedback and forums.

 

Letter writing campaignes have been known to work. Television shows that have been cancelled, or on the verge of cancellation were brought back. Sometimes for a few years. One series went on to become the biggest television/movie franchise in the world, even when the original series was cancelled twice. It had been cancelled after two years. A campaign brought it back for one more year before it was cancelled again.

 

That's just one example. Letter writing campaignes have been known to work. But if not enough people participate, then there isn't even a chance for success.


you clearly arent familiar with Capcom.

theyre the company that canned Megaman Legends 3 despite ove a hundred thousand people supporting it in a Facebook campaign and many more uncounted people all over the world.

Capcom doesnt give a rats **bleep** about its fans, and Megaman is only one example. we also have Resident Evil and now Devil May Cry.

 


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