We've been looking at screens
of the ported Monster Hunter G
lately, so to return to Monster Hunter 3
, which is already
one of the best-looking Wii games, is dramatic. Capcom's use of all kinds of crazy lighting in the sequel is effective, giving the action RPG a "next gen" feel. Really, they could
make the whole thing in the ugly old Monster Hunter G
engine and still
sell millions of copies.
The latest screens introduce a weird locale that appears to be somehow part desert and part swamp
, full of nests of giant, monstrous insects, and home to this
guy. This dragon, called "Boruboros" (probably "Volvolos" or something in English) comes out of a big mud pit and attacks with his giant, hard head.