China's online-ified, CryEngine 3-powered version of Monster Hunter, fittingly dubbed Monster Hunter Online, got a fancy CG trailer last month. Recently, it has made its way to the Internet for our viewing pleasure. No gameplay, but plenty of epic moments. Thanks Matthew Weathers!
Watch The Trailer For China's Version Of Monster Hunter
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