Monster Hunter: Legends of the Guild is a New Anime Film Heading to Netflix in August

Monster Hunter: Legends of the Guild is a New Anime Film Heading to Netflix in August

Richard Walker

Following the release of Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness on Netflix last week, Capcom is at it again, with Monster Hunter: Legends of the Guild, an animated CG movie, due to launch for the streaming service next month.

The film will serve as origin story for Aiden, a young man previously seen as an Ace Cadet in Monster Hunter 4 and as the “Excitable A-Lister” in Monster Hunter World, according to the synopsis. A hunter who also serves as protector to his village, Aiden will find himself facing the threat of a mysterious Elder Dragon, bearing down on his home.

Looking for a way to save the village, Aiden embarks upon a voyage “into the unknown” with “first-rate” member of the Hunter's Guild, Julius, and his companions. Charting Aiden's journey before he became a full-fledged hunter, Monster Hunter: Legends of the Guild will be coming to Netflix on 12th August. Check out the trailer below.

  • That looks so bad, but it's Netflix, so shouldn't be too surprised there. Also, that's clearly not anime like the headline implies, that looks like budget Dreamworks.

    With that said, looks infinitely better than that awful live-action movie was.
  • @CrystalGoddess88:

    Agreed, this isn't even close to being a proper anime. They're only calling this an "Anime" to cash in on the fact that genuine Anime and Manga are hot as hell right now and flying off the shelves faster than it can be made.
  • @Terminator: Were are your getting source saying Anime and Manga are selling hot as hell. Was it one of those whining Anti-SJW YouTubers or that right-wing website Bounding into Comics.
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