"We’re pleased to confirm that a software update will be released in April for the Wii U version of Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate as a response to Capcom community feedback.
The software update will add online cross-region functionality, allowing European and North American gamers to play together online in up to four-player battles. Monster Hunters will also be able to play the game using just the Wii U GamePad without the need for a TV screen as the software update makes the title compatible with off-TV play.
Capcom will be continuing to support Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate for several months after release with additional free of charge downloadable quests for both Nintendo 3DS and Wii U. The first quest will be available at launch.
Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate releases across Europe on 22 March for both Wii U and Nintendo 3DS™, both at retail as well as on Nintendo eShop."
@carlosrox That's a whole kettle o' fish you're opening up there. Basically, if you could ever get behind the tank controls in RE, you will eventually be able to understand the reasoning behind Monster Hunter's camera.
Wait, did you know that you could move the camera around freely with the second stick? (The monster lock-on is a newly added feature.)
You'll want the Resident Evil view, as Anand suggested. I don't even know why they'd have the low-low angle. But yeah, you can use the other stick to rotate the camera around. You just need some more time in the oven with it, really. You'll get used to it very fast.
They added that lock-on thing, too, something which wasn't in the other game. Those water battles should be easier now..