In shops and on Nintendo eShop now: Monster Hunter Stories™


08/09/2017

Become a legendary Rider, bond with wild beasts and take to the skies for a breathtaking new journey in Monster Hunter Stories™, out now exclusively for Nintendo 3DS family systems!

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In this unique take on the beloved Monster Hunter series, harness the incredible power of the Kinship Stone to befriend more than 60 powerful beasts and make their skills your own!

When your sleepy hometown is inexplicably attacked by a huge monster, it’s down to you to get to the bottom of things. As a promising young Rider, hatch, befriend and customise your own personal army of Monsties and fight back against a corrupting power known as the Black Blight.

On your adventure, you’ll explore a vast new world full of mystery and danger, with a close group of friends at your back. From the humble beginnings of Hakum Village, to the bustling city of Gildegaran and beyond, there’s so much to see, and so many people to meet!

Mount up for battle and take on enormous monsters in tactical turn-based encounters! Use a range of different weaponry and attacks as you fight side-by-side with your Monstie companions, then climb aboard to unleash flashy Kinship Skills.

Free demo available

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A free demo* is now available to download from Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS family systems, or via our official Monster Hunter Stories™ website**.

Embark on a whirlwind adventure to overcome the Black Blight in Monster Hunter Stories™, out now exclusively for Nintendo 3DS family systems.

Monster Hunter Stories™ is now available in shops and as a downloadable version from Nintendo eShop, only on Nintendo 3DS family systems.

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**To be able to purchase download games or download demos from Nintendo eShop on the official website, you'll need to have a Nintendo Account which is linked to a Nintendo Network ID, and you'll need to have visited Nintendo eShop on the device you wish to download on at least once. For automatic download, your system must be updated and connected to the internet with automatic downloads enabled, and it must have enough storage to complete the download. To find out more, visit our Support section. Purchases made or demo downloads activated through the Nintendo website are processed via Nintendo eShop.