Reviews and Problems with Monster Hunter Freedom Unite
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The monsters are amazing, incredibly smart and strong (as some can literally ...
16 July 2015
Summary: After putting 380 something hours into this game, conquering many quests, being defeated by many more, I've learned that this is not meant for solo players. As solo players can get far into the game, of course, you'll end up not being able to get any further without a friend or two.
... his money to buy it and now he is happier than ever thank you for having this game
Jessica Guzman, Amazon
27 December 2014
Summary: All I have to say is that my son loves this game he said he had a gigantic bond to this game and when he found this game here he wanted to save his money to buy it and now he is happier than ever thank you for having this game. :)
Summary: *Just please note, I play on the iOS port of this game that Capcom recently released. However, with a few minor differences (I will touch on a few basic iOS things at the end), both games are exactly the same.
Summary: I was introduced to the Monster Hunter franchise through a friend of a friend. They were both playing on their PSP and I didn't get what the big deal was. After borrowing it over the weekend, I got hooked! I now own this game for myself, and it is one of my ultimate favorite games to play!
Beautiful game, but punishing to the level of masochism
31 July 2014
Summary: The Monster Hunter series has a small but loyal fanbase in the west, and playing this game shows why. It's a lovely PSP game in terms of graphics, animation, and sound. It has a deep combat system with a ton of weapon types. Enemies are varied and smart.