Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate, limited edition 3DS launches next month [Update]

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Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate, limited edition 3DS launches next month [Update]
Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate will launch on February 13 worldwide, Capcom announced during this morning's Nintendo Direct livestream. The game will be accompanied by its own themed (new) 3DS XL, featuring a brushed silver cover and blue logo.

The latest Monster Hunter game launches on the same day as the standard, red and black versions of the new 3DS. Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate (Monster Hunter 4G in Japan) is the updated version of Monster Hunter 4, which first launched in September 2013 in Japan. 4G reached Japan in October 2014.

Update: Nintendo offered a new trailer for the game, found after the break. Additionally, GameStop announced that the Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate 3DS XL will be exclusive to the retailer, and is available for pre-order today. The system will come with the game pre-loaded on it for $230, and customers will have to pay for the bundle in full upon pre-ordering it.
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Pre-Order the New Nintendo 3DS XL & Exclusive Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate Bundle at GameStop Today

Nintendo has officially announced the New Nintendo 3DS XL and customers can pre-order now with GameStop. Starting today, customers can pre-order the new handheld at any GameStop store location or at www.GameStop.com by making a minimum deposit of $50.00.

GameStop will also be selling exclusively the Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate Edition New Nintendo 3DS XL bundle. Customers can pre-order this bundle starting today and it will release alongside the other New Nintendo 3DS XL systems on February 13. This bundle must be paid in-full at the time of pre-order.

The Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate Edition New Nintendo 3DS XL bundle includes a Monster Hunter themed New Nintendo 3DS XL system as well as a copy of the game pre-loaded on the device.

Additionally, customers can trade in a Nintendo 3DS XL or a PS Vita toward the pre-order of a New Nintendo 3DS XL to receive $100 in store credit or trade in a Nintendo 3DS or 2DS to receive $75 in credit.

For more information about the new Nintendo 3DS XL and how to pre-order, visit a GameStop store location or www.GameStop.com.

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