Sony on Monster Hunter’s PS Vita absence

Kawano doesn't know a thing!

During Nintendo’s pre-Tokyo Game Show press conference, Capcom confirmed two new Monster Hunter games for 3DS: Monster Hunter Tri G and Monster Hunter 4. We’re soon entering day two of the Tokyo Game Show, and have not heard a word about the series on PlayStation Vita. Reuters went to Sony Computer Entertainment Japan president Hiroshi Kawano looking for answers.

“I don’t know. You will have to ask Capcom,” said Kawano.

Though Kawano’s response didn’t provide answers, Sony Computer Entertainment Worldwide Studios president Shuhei Yoshida (in a separate interview) did not rule out the possibility of the series on the platform.

“Most large game publishers operate on a multiplatform basis,” he told the site.absence

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