It’s a Seasonal Feast! Enjoy lots of meat, Gourmet Vouchers and this Special Palico! pic.twitter.com/vL4m6bB9rK— Monster Hunter (@monsterhunter) November 18, 2016
This latest free item pack includes:— Monster Hunter (@monsterhunter) November 18, 2016
50x Well-Done Steak
10x Gourmet Vouchers
20x Rare Steak
And don’t forget to get the Felyne named Ranger for the Ranged Attack Up skill!— Monster Hunter (@monsterhunter) November 18, 2016
KENWOOD CREATED FUN & ENGAGING MONSTER HUNTER GENERATIONS TOUR FOR CAPCOM
Acclaimed Agency Rolled Out Fan Experiences for Pre- and Post-Release of Highly Anticipated Game
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – November 1, 2016 – Kenwood Experiences, an award-winning experiential marketing agency in San Francisco, CA, created an innovative two-phase fan experience tour for Capcom’s “Monster Hunter Generations” game.
First, Kenwood fired up the gaming community with a pre-release experience of the game with activations at PAX East and E3. For Monster Hunter Generations, Kenwood created a life-sized inflatable balloon airship ripped right from the game. Custom texturing and printing gave the balloon its appropriately weathered, retro look. Audiences stepped inside the basket of the dirigible to play the game and experience Monster Hunter Generations in a real-life thematic context.
Laili Bosma, Director, Marketing Operations, Events & Creative Services at Capcom noted, “We had a hugely successful E3 event this year thanks to Kenwood's help in creating a spectacular setting for our products that invited guests into the world of Capcom.”
For the game post-release, Kenwood took the tour on the road, from August through October 2016, with six stops across North America: Toronto, Seattle, Chicago, Atlanta, Austin, and San Francisco. Supported by pre-event marketing and on-site engagements with activities and tasks, the tour garnered unprecedented engagement and social media feedback. The immersive experiences kept the gaming community engaged and fostered brand loyalty.
“By orchestrating both pre- and post-release experiences, we created huge draws for Capcom,” notes Daniel Pinkham, Kenwood’s President. “A grand sense of theater, with life-size immersive experiences that extended the world of Monster Hunter Generations, produced a unique gaming experience that wowed audiences and catapulted awareness and loyalty for the game.”
For more information on Kenwood Experiences, please visit www.kenwoodx.com.
The monsters in Monster Hunter Generations might be fearsome beasts, but Capcom also loves to show off their cuddly side. That's the direction they've taken with the latest round of plush dolls. There's actually 4 new ones on the way. You can check out the set right here.
This free Item Pack includes:— Monster Hunter (@monsterhunter) October 21, 2016
10x Poisoned Meat
50x Spider Webs
If I had more time to play games, I'd sink a ton of that time into Monster Hunter. Once that series clicked for me a few years back, I've been hungry for more ever since!
Capcom once again has a wave of Monster Hunter merch on the way, this time focusing on Monster Hunter Stories and Generations. We'll keep an eye out for import retailers that stock these goodies. Check out the entire lineup here.
A new set of Monster Hunter X toys are hitting Japan. These skeletal frames look the way they do for a reason. You are actually able to mix and match parts between toys, which results in monstosities like this!