Monster Hunter Diary: Poka Poka Airou Village

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Monster Hunter Diary:
Poka Poka Airou Village
Monster Hunter Diary Poka Poka Airu Village Cover Art.jpg
Japanese cover art
Developer(s) FromSoftware
Publisher(s) Capcom
Composer(s) Yuji Takenouchi
Series Monster Hunter
Platform(s) PlayStation Portable
Nintendo 3DS
Release PlayStation Portable
  • JP: August 26, 2010
PlayStation Portable (G)
  • JP: August 10, 2011
Nintendo 3DS (DX)
  • JP: September 10, 2015
Mode(s) Single-player, multiplayer

Monster Hunter Diary Poka Poka Airou Village (モンハン日記 ぽかぽかアイルー村, Monhan Nikki Poka Poka Airū Mura, literally "Monster Hunter Diary: Warm Felyne Village")[1] is a spin-off installment in the Monster Hunter series, developed by FromSoftware and published by Capcom for the PlayStation Portable. It was released in Japan on August 26, 2010. The word airou (アイルー, airū) is the Japanese equivalent of felyne, a fictional sapient cat species that appears in all of the Monster Hunter games. The player gives orders to the felynes to progress to the end of quests instead of having direct control over them. The game also uses a much more cartoonish art style as opposed to the realism seen in other Monster Hunter games. More emphasis is placed on style and village management. A few Hello Kitty items are also available in the game.

Monster Hunter Diary Poka Poka Airou Village G (モンハン日記 ぽかぽかアイルー村G, Monhan Nikki Poka Poka Airū Mura G)[2] is an expansion pack and was released on August 10, 2011 in Japan.[3]

Monster Hunter Diary Giri Giri Airou Village (モンハン日記 ぎりぎりアイルー村, Monhan Nikki Giri Giri Airū Mura) is a series of ten television shorts developed to help advertise Poka Poka Airou Village. They feature felynes attempting quests and almost invariably failing at them. One episode also has a Chibiterasu cameo.

A Nintendo 3DS version of the game, titled Monster Hunter Diary: Poka Poka Airou Village DX (モンハン日記 ぽかぽかアイルー村DX, Monhan Nikki Poka Poka Airū Mura DX) was developed and released in Japan on September 10, 2015.[4]

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