One game made the PSP a success in Japan: Monster Hunter. With series sales in the tens of millions, it proved the system had a lot to offer and became a genuine phenomenon. Capcom would be foolish not to bring the series to Vita of course, and chief operating officer David Reeves knows it.

Speaking to MEGamers, Reeves spoke of the company's plans for Vita support in future, revealing there are four games in development including an unnamed launch title. It won't be Street Fighter X Tekken though; that's due later, along with two other titles, of which Reeves says:

I am sure you can guess what one of them has to be, considering the success in Japan.

Adding further fuel to the hunter's fire, Reeves had this to say too:

I think down the road, you could probably see a Monster Hunter iteration somewhere. Probably on both of them [3DS and Vita].

Tokyo Game Show happens in September. Will we get our first sniff of a Vita Monster Hunter then?