Fans of the critically acclaimed video game series, Monster Hunter, rejoice! Netflix’s Monster Hunter: Legends of the Guild tells the story of our beloved Ace Cadet, Aiden!
Keeping It Brief
- Capcom’s Monster Hunter World is the most successful game within the franchise.
- Due to its availability on multiple platforms, Monster Hunter World brought success to the Monster Hunter franchise in the west.
- A live-action film directed by Paul W. S. Anderson was a disappointment to fans of the franchise.
- Netflix’s film Monster Hunter: Legends of the Guild tells us the story of our beloved Ace Cadet, Aiden.
- The film’s release trailer has been received positively by fans of the franchise.
The Bigger Detail
Capcom initially announced Monster Hunter: Legends of the Guild in 2018, with a release scheduled for 2019. However, they didn’t release any other information up until now.
Earlier today, Netflix released the trailer of its original Monster Hunter animated movie.
Coming August 12, Monster Hunter: Legends of the Guild tells us the story of a young hunter, Aiden, as he fights to save his village from destruction by an elder dragon.
Monster Hunter: Legends Of The Guild
Monster Hunter World and its expansion, Monster Hunter World: Iceborne, was a massive success.
As a result, the Monster Hunter community on Twitch grew larger and attracted many talented content creators. The success of the game in the western world attracted more eyes to the franchise.
Given the franchise’s success, a live-action movie directed by Paul W. S. Anderson was released in December 2020. However, the film disappointed fans of the franchise.
Hollywood had yet again taken inspiration from a successful franchise, only to throw away all aspects that made the franchise successful.
The Ace Cadet, Excitable A-Lister, Aiden!
Appearing in multiple games of the franchise, Aiden is our beloved excitable A-lister!
Voiced by Dante Basco, young hunter Aiden fights to save his village from destruction by an elder dragon.
In a world where humans and fearsome monsters live in an uneasy balance, will Aiden be able to protect everything he loves? Find out more on August 12 only on Netflix!