Monster Hunter 15th anniversary memorial video

First Monster Hunter launched for PS2 on March 11, 2004.

Monster Hunter

Capcom has released a memorial video in commemoration of the Monster Hunter series’ 15th anniversary, as well as relaunched the 15th anniversary website. The first entry in the hunting action game series launched for PlayStation 2 on March 11, 2004 in Japan.

The video highlights the following 15 Monster Hunter titles:

  • Monster Hunter (PS2) – 2004
  • Monster Hunter G (PS2) – 2005
  • Monster Hunter Freedom (PSP) – 2005
  • Monster Hunter 2 (PS2) – 2006
  • Monster Hunter Freedom 2 (PSP) – 2007
  • Monster Hunter Freedom 2 Ultimate (PSP) – 2008
  • Monster Hunter Tri (Wii) – 2009
  • Monster Hunter Portable 3rd (PSP) – 2010
  • Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate (3DS, Wii U) – 2011
  • Monster Hunter 4 (3DS) – 2013
  • Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate (3DS) – 2014
  • Monster Hunter Generations (3DS) – 2015
  • Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate (3DS, Switch) – 2017
  • Monster Hunter: World (PS4, Xbox One, PC) – 2018
  • Monster Hunter World: Iceborne (PS4, Xbox One, PC) – 2019

Watch the video below.

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