Reviews and Problems with Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate
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If you own a 3DS you should own this game.
Clinton Breeden, Amazon
4 weeks ago
Summary: If you've played Monster Hunter Tri for the Wii don't pass this one over. While they share a decent chunk of the early game, this one is probably one of the better games I've played on the 3DS and Wii-U. I love the ability to transfer my save from the 3DS to the Wii-U (requires app from Nintendo store). I have probably put 300+ hours into this game. If you do plan on playing this on the 3DS I would also suggest getting the circle pad pro attachment.
Summary: Awesome Adventure game. I love pretty much everything about this game, except the fact that you need a Circle pad pro to play effectively. If you do not use one, you will have a really rough time fighting anything underwater. You have minimal control on your camera without it. Aside from that though, this is one of my favorite games on my 3DS. Even better with friends.
Summary: You can play multiplayer with someone playing on a Wii U! My SO and I are able to play this together thanks to that function. Being of the glasses nation, the setup of the screen on the 3DS version really bothered me, but with the Wii U I can utilize my massive LCD TV or even play on the Wii U's gamepad while we watch a movie. Makes for a really fun evening.
Give yourself a few hours to really sit down a play!
26 August 2014
Summary: This game honestly has no flaws. If you're a fan of Skyrim and looking for something similar, then here you go! Some notes: -There is a character customization that is pretty versatile but nothing like Skyrim -The introduction scenes for each monster can drag -Some of the upgrading and instructions can be confusing but just fiddle around Overrall: definitely a franchise that will be seeing my money in the future
If you enjoyed past titles, you'll enjoy this one too.
Arthur Wirsching, Amazon
9 August 2014
Summary: If you enjoyed either of the prequels, you'll probably like this game just as much. Im not going to go into the gameplay very much, (check youtube) but theres alot of great things about Monster Hunter on the 3ds. Its the same as the Wii U variant, just toned down graphics. If you played Monster Hunter Freedom on the PSP, youll enjoy the things the 3ds can do.
Summary: When I first heard of Monster Hunter, it was back in 2007 when I saw the original PS2 game in Electronics Boutique and thought to myself, "Monter Hunter?! That sounds like an awful Cabela's/Pokemon rip-off!" Then I looked at the cover and saw a barbarian decked out in dragonskin armor fighting an enormous dragon-saurus with a 10-foot long sword made from a dragon jawbone and nearly passed out from overexposure to awesomeness.