Reviews and Problems with Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate
Showing 1-10 of 181
New Monster Hunter 4 is here
Richard D. Cameron III "Kiratomi", Amazon
11 February 2015
Summary: The only issue I have with this game is not even a part of this game, it is Monster Hunter 4 that comes out (at the time of writing this) in 2 days for the 3ds. The game itself is fun and addictive, especially if you don't mind grinding to get the best gear.
Summary: First off, this is for hardcore gamers. This isn't the kind of game designed for 20-30 minutes of play. To have a truly gratifying experience, 1hr+ is necessary. What is it? You enter a world with some basic weaponry and armor, and are tasked with defeating a huge, thunder-spewing amphibious dragon.
Summary: Great game. Definitely not for the faint of heart, or those who give up easily, as it can get grueling if you aren't prepared for something. Definitely not for everyone - it's a lot more grindy and less questy than many games.
Summary: I bought this game not really knowing what to expect. I've just finished boxing with a slime covered boxing t-rex whose punches create explosions. This game is pure adrenaline and fun. I was kind of afraid there would be a lot of grinding involved, but the pacing is actually great.
Summary: Really enjoy the whole Monster Hunter series. The upgrade from Tri is amazing; more monsters, more weapon types and variations, more armors. This version is also quick to pick up for a new gamer to the Monster Hunter series.
Summary: Ah, Monster Hunter, where there is literally no back story to yourself and all you know is you want to be a world class hunter of monsters. I'll be honest, I got into the franchise playing Monster Hunter Tri for the Wii, and where as players who've been hunting on PSP grounds claimed it lacking, I...
My granddaughter went ballistic, and was able to copy ...
Roger Sharp, Amazon
2 September 2014
Summary: My granddaughter went ballistic, and was able to copy her files from the same game she plays on her Nintendo DS (something or other). She tells me is it "way better", and you know little girls never lie to their Grandpa....LOL
Summary: The game starts off slow to introduce the basics of the game, but quickly becomes a challenge when the actual combat with large boss monsters begin. For a beginner to the series, it may take a while for the controls and movements to set in.