Capcom Offers Monster Hunter Tri And Wii Classic Controller Bundle

Posted: Jan 26 2010, 10:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 7:03pm CDT, in News | Gaming

 
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Capcom has announced a new bundle for the Nintendo Wii that will include one of its new 2010 Wii game titles called Monster Hunter Tri along with a new Wii controller called the Classic Controller Pro. The game has been on the Japanese market for a while according to Capcom and has been very popular.

Capcom says that the visuals in the game push the Wii to its limits. The game is set in a world where humans and huge monsters roam the world together. The Classic Controller Pro is compatible with more than 450 Wii and WiiWare games.

The controller will be available separately from the game for $19.99 and the game will be sold alone for $49.99. The bundle will save gamers $10 with a price of $59.99 for the game and controller. Individual controllers will be offered in black or white colors.

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