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tbone51 said:
VGKing said:
Monster Hunter 4 should have been a console release to begin with. But the popularity of the franchise on handhelds has led them to change it up. I'm sure it'll show up on Wi U eventually. Do any Nintendo games do cross save or cross platform play?



just mh3u atm, SSB4 will(at least it looks that way) as well. But the difference in SSB4 is that it will be 2 different games. (not like PSASBR if you kno wat i mean).

How does that work? As far as I know Nintendo doens't have any sort of cloud saving feature.



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I'd rather prefer Monster Hunter V. On Wii U, of course.



VGKing said:
tbone51 said:
VGKing said:
Monster Hunter 4 should have been a console release to begin with. But the popularity of the franchise on handhelds has led them to change it up. I'm sure it'll show up on Wi U eventually. Do any Nintendo games do cross save or cross platform play?



just mh3u atm, SSB4 will(at least it looks that way) as well. But the difference in SSB4 is that it will be 2 different games. (not like PSASBR if you kno wat i mean).

How does that work? As far as I know Nintendo doens't have any sort of cloud saving feature.



i dont remember when(maybe in feb) but rumor was nintendo was working on something to make 3DS games play/work with Wii U. Srry dont kno exact details O.o Anyway makes sense since SSB will automatically be a big hit.



MH4 G for WiiU.



tbone51 said:
VGKing said:
tbone51 said:
VGKing said:
Monster Hunter 4 should have been a console release to begin with. But the popularity of the franchise on handhelds has led them to change it up. I'm sure it'll show up on Wi U eventually. Do any Nintendo games do cross save or cross platform play?



just mh3u atm, SSB4 will(at least it looks that way) as well. But the difference in SSB4 is that it will be 2 different games. (not like PSASBR if you kno wat i mean).

How does that work? As far as I know Nintendo doens't have any sort of cloud saving feature.



i dont remember when(maybe in feb) but rumor was nintendo was working on something to make 3DS games play/work with Wii U. Srry dont kno exact details O.o Anyway makes sense since SSB will automatically be a big hit.

Aren't the games already released? How can there not be info on how this works. Are you lying?



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VGKing said:
tbone51 said:
VGKing said:
tbone51 said:
VGKing said:
Monster Hunter 4 should have been a console release to begin with. But the popularity of the franchise on handhelds has led them to change it up. I'm sure it'll show up on Wi U eventually. Do any Nintendo games do cross save or cross platform play?



just mh3u atm, SSB4 will(at least it looks that way) as well. But the difference in SSB4 is that it will be 2 different games. (not like PSASBR if you kno wat i mean).

How does that work? As far as I know Nintendo doens't have any sort of cloud saving feature.



i dont remember when(maybe in feb) but rumor was nintendo was working on something to make 3DS games play/work with Wii U. Srry dont kno exact details O.o Anyway makes sense since SSB will automatically be a big hit.

Aren't the games already released? How can there not be info on how this works. Are you lying?



why would i lie O.o, i just heard that their working on something for 3DS games that'll help connectivity with wii u(SSB being one of the games). Wat do i gain if I lie lol



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↓↓↓ It was 3 months ago, i saw this ↓↓↓

http://mynintendonews.com/2013/01/03/nintendo-working-on-cartridge-to-allow-streaming-between-3ds-and-wii-u/



Funny thing to mention; according to Capcom Monster Hunter 4 isn't a good fit to be multiplatform... even if it is a Nintendo platform...



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