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PostSubject: Pro Controller   Mon Sep 17, 2012 11:09 am

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So apparently this is how you will play the game with the pro controller, what do you all think about this? Do you guys think you will choose to use the pro controller knowing that you have to have the pad within reaching distance for you to use items and what not?
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PostSubject: Re: Pro Controller   Tue Oct 23, 2012 10:58 am

Then you should be fine... IMO you learn most of MH offline before ever going online anyways...

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PostSubject: Re: Pro Controller   Tue Oct 23, 2012 11:02 am

i prefer offline,it teachs how to be independent,and to rely on your own strength,rather than others.
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PostSubject: Re: Pro Controller   Tue Oct 23, 2012 2:57 pm

@leon the hunter wrote:
i prefer offline,it teachs how to be independent,and to rely on your own strength,rather than others.

or you could just make a solo city in some ghost-town server and get the best of both worlds
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PostSubject: Re: Pro Controller   Tue Oct 23, 2012 3:03 pm

@Otoshimo wrote:
@leon the hunter wrote:
i prefer offline,it teachs how to be independent,and to rely on your own strength,rather than others.

or you could just make a solo city in some ghost-town server and get the best of both worlds

I don't think there will be much point of that in MH3U...

If it has all the same content both online and off then why take up server space to do the "EXACT SAME THING" alone online that you could do offline?

because at some point people will join you and then you'll complain about people joining you online... istead of you just going offline and being alone like you want to be anyways...
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PostSubject: Re: Pro Controller   Tue Oct 23, 2012 3:16 pm

@dcj91x wrote:
@Otoshimo wrote:
@leon the hunter wrote:
i prefer offline,it teachs how to be independent,and to rely on your own strength,rather than others.

or you could just make a solo city in some ghost-town server and get the best of both worlds

I don't think there will be much point of that in MH3U...

If it has all the same content both online and off then why take up server space to do the "EXACT SAME THING" alone online that you could do offline?

because at some point people will join you and then you'll complain about people joining you online... istead of you just going offline and being alone like you want to be anyways...

Well wouldn't the point be to gain HRP dcj (aDURR XD)

and why complain when you could simply ignore them, put a '1 person limit' on your quest, and keep doing what you were doing
just because someone just barged into meh city doesn't mean I have to acknowledge them.
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PostSubject: Re: Pro Controller   Tue Oct 23, 2012 3:48 pm

@leon the hunter wrote:
i prefer offline,it teachs how to be independent,and to rely on your own strength,rather than others.
lol with certain players online, I don't think the risk of being too dependent on co-operation is a problem XD

I pretty much had to solo all of my urgent quests and key quests because other players proved incapable of normal function of playing the game.
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PostSubject: Re: Pro Controller   Tue Oct 23, 2012 3:51 pm

@Otoshimo wrote:
@dcj91x wrote:
@Otoshimo wrote:
@leon the hunter wrote:
i prefer offline,it teachs how to be independent,and to rely on your own strength,rather than others.

or you could just make a solo city in some ghost-town server and get the best of both worlds

I don't think there will be much point of that in MH3U...

If it has all the same content both online and off then why take up server space to do the "EXACT SAME THING" alone online that you could do offline?

because at some point people will join you and then you'll complain about people joining you online... istead of you just going offline and being alone like you want to be anyways...

Well wouldn't the point be to gain HRP dcj (aDURR XD)



And who said the HR system was going to work the same way? ;)


If all online and offline quests are able to accesed the same as well as in local multiplayer.... I don't see Tri's HR online system returning or at least not exactly as it was.
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PostSubject: Re: Pro Controller   Tue Oct 23, 2012 9:09 pm

I think the third party pro controllers are a lot better than the official ones. They're also 20 dollars cheaper. One has the snes button layout and they come in different colors (even gold). I would post pictures but i don't have time right now. I'll post em if you gaiz want??
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PostSubject: Re: Pro Controller   Tue Oct 23, 2012 9:29 pm

^ ummm, Nintendo has a Gold pro controller, nunchuck and Wii remote. I have all 3.

And I have 3rd party ones as well none look as good as the new WiiU one though IMO.
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PostSubject: Re: Pro Controller   Tue Oct 23, 2012 11:02 pm

@dcj91x wrote:
^ ummm, Nintendo has a Gold pro controller, nunchuck and Wii remote. I have all 3.

And I have 3rd party ones as well none look as good as the new WiiU one though IMO.

I meant third party WII U pro controllers.
Not the classic controller pro :P
Some company is releasing a bunch of models at launch
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PostSubject: Re: Pro Controller   Wed Oct 24, 2012 1:13 am

You mean these: http://wiiudaily.com/2012/10/more-third-party-wii-u-pro-controllers-revealed/

And often times the 3rd party ones don't work as well as the actual Nintendo ones. But.. They do look good. To play MH3U with.
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PostSubject: Re: Pro Controller   Wed Oct 24, 2012 8:35 am

well,m3gu might have exclusive monsters online,i heard guran misarou is online only.but anyway,i love the new controller.
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PostSubject: Re: Pro Controller   Wed Oct 24, 2012 10:51 am

guran misarou, is online and offline the same way he was in 3G in Japan.. The games are not changed over MH3G (As far as the 3ds versions go.)

If any additional content is added (which any is just rumored at this point), it will be in addition to "EVERYTHING" that is open up to both the WiiU and 3DS in offline mode and will "ONLY" be a few additions in the online portion of the game that was not previously found in the MH3G (Japan) version of the game and will be added to bothe the western MH3UWiiU and Japan MH3GHD games keeping the games for all same systems and regions identical.

The only differences in regions will be the same as allways (Reskinned) event quest weapons due to trademark rights.

So in the end MH3U3DS=MH3G. MH3uWiiU=MH3GHD(with possible online additions which are unconfirmed)

If and it's a big IF any online additions are added to the WiiU online version it is possible that the "Sync" program on the 3DS can handle the additional content to convert it for play from the wiiU to 3DS.... But until Capcom or the game is released... We wont know..

Until then its best to think that "ALL VERSIONS OF THE GAME AND ALL CONTENT ASIDE FROM ONLINE ARE THE SAME AND ACCESSABLE TO BOTH SYSTEMS."
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PostSubject: Re: Pro Controller   Wed Oct 24, 2012 11:03 am

i think since the wiiu has online modes,and since the wiiu wasnt the orignal version of mh3gu,we can expect something different from the orginal 3ds mh3g.But the new controller is really gonna help me and other hunters in mh3gu
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PostSubject: Re: Pro Controller   Wed Oct 24, 2012 11:15 am

After actually playing with the GamePad and using the touch screen functions on a few games... I kind of like it and think I will probably use it the most... I mean to just be able to touch the items to use them and not scroll through or change screens on the TV.. I think those who get use to and can Use the Game pad well will defenantly have an advantage over those who use the Pro controller alone.
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PostSubject: Re: Pro Controller   Wed Oct 24, 2012 7:02 pm

@leon the hunter wrote:
i think since the wiiu has online modes,and since the wiiu wasnt the orignal version of mh3gu, we can expect something different from the orginal 3ds mh3g.

How does one come to this conclusion?
Why can't it just be "playing with others online"

FFS, you still go to Tanjia port when you go online...
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PostSubject: Re: Pro Controller   Wed Oct 24, 2012 7:10 pm

@leon the hunter wrote:
i think since the wiiu has online modes,and since the wiiu wasnt the orignal version of mh3gu,we can expect something different from the orginal 3ds mh3g.


Not when capcom has already told us the WiiU/3DS versions are basically the same game just on different consoles.
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PostSubject: Re: Pro Controller   Wed Oct 24, 2012 10:14 pm

@Otoshimo wrote:
@leon the hunter wrote:
i think since the wiiu has online modes,and since the wiiu wasnt the orignal version of mh3gu,we can expect something different from the orginal 3ds mh3g.


Not when capcom has already told us the WiiU/3DS versions are basically the same game just on different consoles.

Actually Capcom said the Japan and western versions were the same. They have not fully specified the WiiU version would not have any additions yet. But Yuri at US Capcom said something to the fact that the offline and local multiplayer on the 3DS and WiiU "should" be the same. And he did say should. As far as online. Capcom still hasn't revealed everything.

But as stated other places there is no reason to believe at this time that anything has been added to online over the offline portion of the game.
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PostSubject: Re: Pro Controller   Fri Jan 04, 2013 6:57 am

I would like to buy the black wiiu pro con, but they cost alot atm :/ where I already have the old pro one I use to play Tri with.

But it is white xD and I got the black wii u (yea I am like that lol) /yes/
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PostSubject: Re: Pro Controller   Fri Jan 04, 2013 8:51 am

@Otoshimo wrote:
@leon the hunter wrote:
i think since the wiiu has online modes,and since the wiiu wasnt the orignal version of mh3gu,we can expect something different from the orginal 3ds mh3g.


Not when capcom has already told us the WiiU/3DS versions are basically the same game just on different consoles.

Only difference between both versions is that only the 3DS can download quests. You have to transfer them over to the Wii U via the 3DS app. One has online, the other one has the DLC...other than that, they're exactly the same thing.
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PostSubject: Re: Pro Controller   Fri Jan 04, 2013 11:55 am

Just FYI

Both of the these statements are incorrect:


@Miichu wrote:
I would like to buy the black wiiu pro con, but they cost alot atm :/ where I already have the old pro one I use to play Tri with.

But it is white xD and I got the black wii u (yea I am like that lol) /yes/

@Picante wrote:
@Otoshimo wrote:
@leon the hunter wrote:
i think since the wiiu has online modes,and since the wiiu wasnt the orignal version of mh3gu,we can expect something different from the orginal 3ds mh3g.


Not when capcom has already told us the WiiU/3DS versions are basically the same game just on different consoles.

Only difference between both versions is that only the 3DS can download quests. You have to transfer them over to the Wii U via the 3DS app. One has online, the other one has the DLC...other than that, they're exactly the same thing.



#1

The Wii classic controller is NOT A PRO CONTROLLER. They are different. The classes controller pro is not compatable on all games that are able to use the WiiU Pro controller only those that can use the Wiimote/Classic combo... MH3U is not one of these. You have to use iether the Game pad or the WiiU Pro Controller.

Also, the black pro controller ($49.99) is still compatable with the white system.. I don't think the system will know it's a different color...



#2

The WiiU is capable of recieving "SpotPass" content. Meaning all EVENT QUESTS are available to both the 3DS and WiiU players. This has already been anounced some time ago.


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PostSubject: Re: Pro Controller   Fri Jan 04, 2013 1:34 pm

@dcj91x wrote:
Just FYI

Both of the these statements are incorrect:


@Miichu wrote:
I would like to buy the black wiiu pro con, but they cost alot atm :/ where I already have the old pro one I use to play Tri with.

But it is white xD and I got the black wii u (yea I am like that lol) /yes/

@Picante wrote:
@Otoshimo wrote:
@leon the hunter wrote:
i think since the wiiu has online modes,and since the wiiu wasnt the orignal version of mh3gu,we can expect something different from the orginal 3ds mh3g.


Not when capcom has already told us the WiiU/3DS versions are basically the same game just on different consoles.

Only difference between both versions is that only the 3DS can download quests. You have to transfer them over to the Wii U via the 3DS app. One has online, the other one has the DLC...other than that, they're exactly the same thing.



#1

The Wii classic controller is NOT A PRO CONTROLLER. They are different. The classes controller pro is not compatable on all games that are able to use the WiiU Pro controller only those that can use the Wiimote/Classic combo... MH3U is not one of these. You have to use iether the Game pad or the WiiU Pro Controller.

Also, the black pro controller ($49.99) is still compatable with the white system.. I don't think the system will know it's a different color...

This also means the 3rd party controller will not be compatable with MH3U as it is esentually just a beefed up Classic controller/Wiimote combined and not an actual Pro Controller as has been recently discovered.


#2

The WiiU is capable of recieving "SpotPass" content. Meaning all EVENT QUESTS are available to both the 3DS and WiiU players. This has already been anounced some time ago.

You can use either the Wii Classic Controller or the Classic Controller Pro. The only onption you don't have is to play MH3U with wiimote+nunchuck. The only thing I've been able to get out of spotpass is guild cards. No DLC whatsoever.
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PostSubject: Re: Pro Controller   Fri Jan 04, 2013 1:56 pm

SpotPAss and Streetpass are two different things.


Street pass exchanges guild cards on the 3DS as you pass people PsotPass downloads information from Nintendo while the system is in sleep mode.. this includes eventquest for MH3U on the WiiU as well.


EDIT:

Ok just double checked.... The Clasic controller IS compatable with MH3U, in fact it's a pre-order bonus from capcom.
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PostSubject: Re: Pro Controller   Fri Jan 04, 2013 6:37 pm

@dcj91x wrote:



#1

The Wii classic controller is NOT A PRO CONTROLLER. They are different. The classes controller pro is not compatable on all games that are able to use the WiiU Pro controller only those that can use the Wiimote/Classic combo... MH3U is not one of these. You have to use iether the Game pad or the WiiU Pro Controller.

Also, the black pro controller ($49.99) is still compatable with the white system.. I don't think the system will know it's a different color...



#2

The WiiU is capable of recieving "SpotPass" content. Meaning all EVENT QUESTS are available to both the 3DS and WiiU players. This has already been anounced some time ago.

The game pad won't be usable by itself, it will hold the HUD and everything, but you have to have some sort of additional controller to play MH3U. WiiMote/WiiU Pro Controller/Classic
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PostSubject: Re: Pro Controller   Fri Jan 04, 2013 6:43 pm

@Picante wrote:

You can use either the Wii Classic Controller or the Classic Controller Pro. The only onption you don't have is to play MH3U with wiimote+nunchuck. The only thing I've been able to get out of spotpass is guild cards. No DLC whatsoever.

@Ares wrote:


The game pad won't be usable by itself, it will hold the HUD and everything, but you have to have some sort of additional controller to play MH3U. WiiMote/WiiU Pro Controller/Classi
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Ok, some people say that thee nunchuck+wii controler isnt an option and then that the pad isnt an option?

Im just getting confused x.x The game pad is an option, otherwise you wouldnt be able to play if you just have a wii U with MH3U

I have a wii too, and even if the wiimote+nunchuck isnt an option... I want it to be T-T
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