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Capcom is offering $70K for proof of monsters


Posted on Tuesday, 30 January, 2018 | Comment icon 23 comments

The Mongolian Death Worm is one of the creatures on the list. Image Credit: PD - Wikimedia Commons
The video game developer and publisher is looking for evidence that monsters exist in the real world.
As part of its promotional campaign for the release of new game 'Monster Hunter: World', Capcom has teamed up with cryptozoologist Jon Downes to come up with a list of real-life monster legends.

A prize of $70,000 is on offer to anyone who can prove that any one of these is actually real.

"Speaking to the world's leading real-life monster hunter, Jon Downes, we were inspired to re-open investigations into a select list of top 10 beasts, setting a huge bounty to really encourage people to get back out hunting for evidence," said Capcom's Senior PR Manager Laura Skelly.

The list of eligible creatures includes Bigfoot, the Loch Ness Monster, the Mongolian Death Worm, the Chupacabra, the flying snake of Namibia, the Yeti, the Yowie and the Cornish Owlman.

"Much like in the new Monster Hunter: World game, we thought it was only right that the scale of the reward fit the task at hand," Skelly wrote in the press release.

Source: Comicbook.com | Comments (23)

Tags: Capcom, Monsters

Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #14 Posted by Sir Wearer of Hats on 30 January, 2018, 20:17
Because we already know unicorns exist, they just got fat and we now call them Rhinoceros. 
Comment icon #15 Posted by Orphalesion on 30 January, 2018, 21:14
That...I don't even....I AM NOT FAT! Yeah I know that the monoceros of the Greeks, the origin of the unicorn myth was actually a fanciful record of the Indian rhino (which actually really only has one horn, unlike the African one with its two). But we also know Nessie was a prop, Bigfoot was a guy in a suit and mermaids were manatees
Comment icon #16 Posted by _KB_ on 30 January, 2018, 22:16
* Takes a camera points it at a random group of people, takes picture "Where's my money?"
Comment icon #17 Posted by Piney on 30 January, 2018, 22:41
Comment icon #18 Posted by Jon the frog on 30 January, 2018, 22:46
Sophia is enough to get my 70k...
Comment icon #19 Posted by Jon the frog on 31 January, 2018, 1:35
She's a monster !  
Comment icon #20 Posted by Klownzilla on 31 January, 2018, 1:55
Wow! No ex wife or in-law jokes yet. I'm impressed :-D
Comment icon #21 Posted by Podo on 31 January, 2018, 17:05
Monster hunter fans are mostly pasty-skinned scrubs. They're gunna die in the wilds looking for monsters.
Comment icon #22 Posted by TripGun on 31 January, 2018, 17:13
Blanka didn't make this list? Nice Capcom...
Comment icon #23 Posted by Piney on 31 January, 2018, 17:37
Darwinism at work. 


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