Capcom partners with Six Flags to bring Monster Hunter to life

Logo-MH4UHunters, prepare yourself for the ultimate Monster Hunter experience!

Starting March 28th, and running through August 10th, Six Flags theme park’s Goliath roller coaster will be re-themed to look like the game’s signature Gore Magala, a black dragon, at its Magic Mountain location. The Goliath “coaster giant” is a metal monster with a staggering 255 foot drop taken at 85 mph, making this one of the longest and fastest drops in the world. With the Six Flags partnership, the game will come to life with one dedicated passenger train of the Goliath coaster custom-skinned to resemble the game’s flagship Gore Magala monster.

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Is the coaster not enough for you? If so then Capcom has got you covered. Enter the special Caravan event, where you will be immersed in the world of Monster Hunter with a custom setting that recreates the look and feel of the traveling Caravan from the game. Special Monster Hunter merchandise will be for sale in the park to commemorate this ultimate vertical adventure as well as the game itself being demoed at the Cyber Café.

Players will also be able to meet up with fellow hunters and Capcom staff on opening weekend.

Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate is the biggest and most accessible entry yet in the popular Monster Hunter series, which has sold more than 32 million units worldwide. In Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate, players take on the role of a hunter that joins up with a traveling caravan to explore new lands and combat ferocious enemies in pursuit of the ultimate hunt. The latest game takes players to new heights, literally, with the introduction of more dynamic vertical gameplay including a new monster riding mechanic.

Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate is available now for the Nintendo 3DS and is compatible with all of the Nintendo 3DS family of handheld systems including the recently released New Nintendo 3DS system. Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate can be purchased at retail and also as a digital download in the Nintendo eShop across North America and Europe.

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