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AngryLittleAlchemist said:
Miyamotoo said:

Well yeah, MH means Monster Hunter.

Hm, do you think it will be a port of Monster Hunter World, or a new game, or an exclusive new game?

New or a exclusive game would have best effect offcourse, but even port of MHW because full handheld mode would have quite strong effect.



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AngryLittleAlchemist said:
Miyamotoo said:

Well yeah, MH means Monster Hunter.

Hm, do you think it will be a port of Monster Hunter World, or a new game, or an exclusive new game?

You do know there is already a MH game on the Switch, right ?



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SKMBlake said:
AngryLittleAlchemist said:

Hm, do you think it will be a port of Monster Hunter World, or a new game, or an exclusive new game?

You do know there is already a MH game on the Switch, right ?

:rolling eyes: 

You do realize I'm responding to someone else who is proposing either a new game, or maybe (unlikely) doesn't know himself that Monster Hunter is on the Switch? Not that hard to see why I'm asking him a question given he's obviously talking about a new game. I never said Monster Hunter never came to Switch before. I'm just asking him a question based on his proposed list.

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It sold more in Japan than in the whole of Europe. Impressive.

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Lawlight said:
It sold more in Japan than in the whole of Europe. Impressive.

That's hardly accurate going buy Nintendo official shipment numbers.



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Very impressive for so short a period.



Miyamotoo said:
Lawlight said:
It sold more in Japan than in the whole of Europe. Impressive.

That's hardly accurate going buy Nintendo official shipment numbers.

But these are sold through numbers as opposed to shipment numbers. But VGChartz might not be accurate for Europe numbers.



AngryLittleAlchemist said:
SKMBlake said:

You do know there is already a MH game on the Switch, right ?

:rolling eyes: 

You do realize I'm responding to someone else who is proposing either a new game, or maybe (unlikely) doesn't know himself that Monster Hunter is on the Switch? Not that hard to see why I'm asking him a question given he's obviously talking about a new game. I never said Monster Hunter never came to Switch before. I'm just asking him a question based on his proposed list.

The whole conversation was way to ambigous so I didn't know which one of you were serious or not.

 

I lost it when Miyamotoo said "MH means Monster Hunter"



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Lawlight said:
Miyamotoo said:

That's hardly accurate going buy Nintendo official shipment numbers.

But these are sold through numbers as opposed to shipment numbers. But VGChartz might not be accurate for Europe numbers.

We dont know sell through numbers for Europe, but even going buy VGChartz numbers Japan is not above Europe.



SKMBlake said:
AngryLittleAlchemist said:

:rolling eyes: 

You do realize I'm responding to someone else who is proposing either a new game, or maybe (unlikely) doesn't know himself that Monster Hunter is on the Switch? Not that hard to see why I'm asking him a question given he's obviously talking about a new game. I never said Monster Hunter never came to Switch before. I'm just asking him a question based on his proposed list.

The whole conversation was way to ambigous so I didn't know which one of you were serious or not.

 

I lost it when Miyamotoo said "MH means Monster Hunter"

Ok. Sorry I came off somewhat defensive, I just find the "You do know..." thing to intentionally be condescending 99.99% of the time. 

I lost when he said it was a "reference to nothing" x-D