The "Vita Version", isn't Edit
The description currently makes claims as to improvements in the "Vita version" over the PSP version. However, the Vita version is actually just the PSP version. There are no improvements to graphics, nor special configuration to use the second analog stick. That said, the Vita screen has greater color definition, which would possibly make the game's image a little crisper (this is negated by the image also being bigger, and as it is at half the resolution the Vita is capable of, jagged edges will be much more pronounced). The second analog stick CAN be manually assigned to mimic other buttons on the PSP, and this is the closest it gets to "using the second analog stick".
As the game is literally the same, if you buy the digital version on your PSP, all you need do is sign in under your PSN account on a Vita and you can also download it to that one.
i wount like to berst your buble Edit
but weres the proof
Just search it on google and your proof is everywhere.AkamulbasX 23:52, 13 October 2008 (UTC)
Comes out in spring 2009 in US
Please answer this question ^_^ Edit
How can I change the japanese save data from this game to the american save data when this game get out? I have verrrrrry good armor and weapons!
There is no way, at the moment to convert Japanese MHP2ndG(orP2nd) to the American copy because it's been tried over and over, but no success has been made. Sorry dude I wish could do it too =/ Bloodabeast 18:44, 2 March 2009 (UTC)
Hia people pleae answer or give me feed back, me and my friend are getting back into monter hunter, so i needa know, MHFU, OR MHF2, WHATS THE DIFFERENCE WHICH IS BETTER, overall thoughts on it, lemme know people! thank you.
Savegame compatibility Edit
Will the savegames from MHF2 (American PSP version) be compatible with MHF:U? SnowWolf75 16:48, 7 May 2009 (UTC)
- So I figured this out myself. The basic answer is 'yes', but the information is coming second-hand, so I can't put a reference on the main page. Games from MHF2 can be partially or fully imported into MHFU, but the guild card and few other things do get partially reset. SnowWolf75 15:12, 26 May 2009 (UTC)
I would like to disagree. My SaveData file from MHF2 USA cannot be read by the MHFU EUR version. It always says that I need to input the memory stick that has the data. I tried accessing the savedata using my MHF2 and it is not corrupted watsoever.
Please help! How can I transfer my savedata to MHFU?
Something is wrong with your memory card-irish 23:44, November 22, 2010 (UTC)
yes they are compatible, you just have to transfer your data from your MHF2 to your MHFU. EASY!!!
Demo Response Edit
The MHFU demo is downloaded by connecting your PSP to the Playstation store via an internet connection. It's about a 15 minute download and features the following:
3 Demo quests, 1 Featuring the new monster Hypocatrice in the Sea of Trees (Great Forest), Another featuring the new monster subspecies "Plum Daimyo Hermitaur" In the Old Desert, and a Marathon quest in the Swamp where you fight in order, A Khezu, Purple Gypceros, and finally Green Congalala in that order. The monsters carve mega potions and the quests do not record progress.
There a set armors (similar to training school) for each and every weapon type. All featuring very high strength and rarity weapons (the longsword has purple sharpness).
The MHFU demo also allows you to choose one of 3 Feyline fighters to accompany you, A bomber, A Fighter, and a support type.
It's a decent demo for anyone who's new to the series, and showcases new monsters and areas, but no progress is recorded for the games actual release. NiteShadeX 17:18, 26 May 2009 (UTC)NiteShadeX
No bows Edit
how come we can't carry on bows
its so unfair to archers
different release date Edit
I know it says the 23rd here but apparently eerywhere else is saying the 22nd so I'm going to edit the page for 22nd unless anyone knows for sure? --Nadroj1355 20:58, 20 June 2009 (UTC)
online play Edit
is online play for the PSP free? i'm thinking of getting a PSP to play the new monster hunter game but i don't want to pay an online fee.Random hero 21:42, 8 July 2009 (UTC)
I haven't gotten it yet, but based on the features described, nothing says Unite doesn't have the same ad-hoc mode as F2. Therefore, there's no real "online" capabilities (without the use of a third-party tool) so you'd need to be be within feet of the people whom you wish to play with. Corrrect me if I'm wrong
126.96.36.199 11:28, 10 July 2009 (UTC) Maush
hey me again. I did some research and found out that you can go online with the PSP. All you need is a Wi-Fi spot. Click this link to see for yourself.
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