People more together of FUT Coins

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People more together, and that's a good thing."In that way, the trend toward realism -- more subtle HUD elements, for example -- is helping drive more community interaction, Tsujimoto suggests."The game creator should not tell everything to the player -- to make the game in the FUT Coins sense that you have to make the players find out for themselves," he explains."


For example, with Monster Hunter, one of the big things is we don't tell everybody all the different monsters you can find," he continues. "We don't tell everybody all the different weapons you can create. We don't tell them all the situations where all these things can happen. But the players themselves foster a sense of community by having to go around and explore."And as for developing networked play on the


Wii, Tsujimoto says it's all gone smoothly: "The service has been working really well without a hitch," he tells us. "[With] the experience of online, at least in Japan, the reaction has been very favorable. People have felt that it's very easy to get online, it's very easy to manipulate, and it's very easy to get around and do what you need to do online."The Monster Hunter Tri team went into the experience with an advantage, however --


Tsujimoto says that the experience of having to develop an infrastructure for Monster Hunter Dos on PS2 made it much easier to create a networked game this time around."It was really a Nostalrius Elysium Gold blessing that we had that training and experience," he says. "This time, actually, it's been a much, much easier, much smoother experience, because we were alread. You can visit to our website

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