Monster Hunter Tri developer appearance at GAME, Oxford
Unfortunately following continued disruption to global air travel due to volcanic activity in Iceland, Monster Hunter Tri developers Ryozo Tsujimoto and Kaname Fujioka are unable to attend this Friday’s store launch at GAME, Oxford Street as planned.
Fear not Hunters, there’ll still be a monster load of activity to roar about as Game’s Oxford Street store is transformed to celebrate the launch of Monster Hunter Tri on Wii.
Be one of first 50 people in line to buy the game and receive a very special Monster Hunter bag that includes some exclusive Monster Hunter items not available in the UK. If that wasn't enough, the first 100 people to purchase Monster Hunter Tri will be sent an exclusive game sleeve signed by Ryozo Tsujimoto and Kaname Fujioka so it’s well worth a visit.
MONSTER HUNTER TRI EXCLUSIVE UK LAUNCH
DATE: Friday 23rd April 2010
TIME: 9.00am – 9:00pm
ADDRESS: GAME,100 Oxford Street, London, W1D 1LL
ENTRY: Free to everyone
About Monster Hunter Tri
Monster Hunter Tri is an action game with a difference. Your adventure is built interacting with and battling the scores of incredible beasts that inhabit your world – a living, breathing ecosystem. The monsters’ behaviour is modelled on real animals with territorial displays designed to keep you away if you get too close, migrations and a realistic food chain that sees the strong prey on the weak. This is a world where the monsters deserve your respect… and where the hunt is not for entertainment, but for your survival and improvement.
Monster Hunter fans can get together with fellow fans of the series and check out everything Monster Hunter Tri at the brand new ‘one stop shop’ for the game – www.theyrehere.co.uk
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