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  • Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate Standard Edition - Nintendo 3DS
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  • Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate Standard Edition - Nintendo 3DS

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Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate Standard Edition - Nintendo 3DS

Capcom

Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate Standard Edition - Nintendo 3DS

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  • Online Play - Connect with up to three other hunters online over the Nintendo Network for the first time ever, or local wireless, to join up and take down larger than life beasts.
  • Two new weapon classes - The Insect Glaive is a long staff type weapon accompanied by a powerful flying insect which can be customized with various attributes; the Charge Blade is a hybrid that switches between a sword and shield or axe mode.
  • More vertical environments - The action expands with more fluid climbing motions and the addition of jump attacks from walls or ledges.
  • New gameplay mechanic - For the first time ever, hop on to monsters and hold on to deliver a burst of attacks
  • Returning favorites and fresh challenges - Brand new monsters such as the dark and menacing Gore Magala as well as hordes of returning favorites including the primal Tigrex, players have access to the largest roster of ferocious enemies than ever before.
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If you love monster hunter, you'll love this one tooIt's monster hunter 3, which is awesome by the way, but vastly improved. The user interface is cleaner and intuitively customizable. The loading times are shorter. There are new ways to combat monsters and navigate terrain which makes gameplay more fluid and enjoyable. If you hated the underwater battles from MH3U, you can rejoice in knowing that those battles are not in this installment. If you loved those battles... I'm sorry... I can't help you there. You can have up to two palicoes (cat buddies) follow you into battle at a time and you can customize their gear and even name your main palicoe (I named mine Grumpy Tom after the bassist of Turbonegro). Plus it has a ton of FREE DLC to keep you playing.I do wish there was a WiiU version but this game is still awesome. If you like spectacle fighters like Devil May Cry, games like Onimusha, or Shadow of the Colosus for its boss fights mixed in with some pseudo RPG elements... Then you will probably love this game.If you are someone who needs a score... I give Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate a 8.75 out of 10.5A awesome game made better by the n3DS.Firstly, has to be noted that this game is enhanced by the New 3DS, I dunno why there's any argument with this with anyone. There's a noticeable difference in both framerate and texture quality and there's screenshot comparisons you can find online. Shadow quality is better as well, it's a very obvious jump. The use of the analog ...nub, is also welcomed as it lets you look around much easier than the wonky touch-screen d-pad. So yes, the game despite not being exclusive to the N3DS is factually enhanced in both performance and graphical fidelity.This is the first Monster Hunter game I've played since Freedom Unite on the PSP, I gotta say this game really stomps that version. It's a lot easier to move around- in a good way. You climb much faster up ivy & small cliffs, you're not scrambling to get up anymore, the character will hop up quickly. Overall you feel less clunky without removing that Monster Hunter feel.The game is more easily accessed in single player too as they made a single player mode for you to go through that is entirely separate from the multiplayer. The story isn't anything to note, however the events that happen are really crazy, fighting a monster on a sand boat? That's pretty awesome.The weapon variety seems unchanged but instead refined to work better. Combat feels more fast and the areas more large and interesting. Monster fights are crazy and exciting, now you can jump on their backs in an attempt to knock them over for your party to get a few free seconds of uninterrupted attacks or to heal up and sharpen your weapons.The game has a nice difficulty curve as well, it does spike here and there but it doesn't feel like previous games where you'd start a mission and get murdered on your first few hunts as a noob. They really help you get the game via singleplayer thankfully, helping you get the grips of the simple, and advanced combat mechanics. The difficulty progression in both single & multiplayer is far better done in this than in the other ones I have played.Worth getting, especially if you have a fancy new 3DS to play with.5Great, engaging game.If you're looking for a new 3ds game, this is a good place to start. As with all games, I would read up and watch videos of them before hand to really make sure it interests you.The in-game tutorials can get you started, but don't really explore the depth of the game quite enough. If you want to excel, guides online are the way to go; of course, learning the intricacies of the game by yourself is a satisfying feeling but can be frustrating at times, especially with the stronger and trickier monsters.The (melee) combat in this game from my experience is a lot like Dark Souls. If you like that game, this might be up your alley.The single-player is fun, but a lot of the difficult/rewarding content is in the multiplayer guild quests. Convince your friends, or look for new ones to play with online to maximize your experience with this game.5An absolute must for your 3DS library!382 hours. 382 hours was spent playing this game.It has been 382 hours of fun, excitement, enjoyment, teamwork, challenges, and crazy fun!For the offline, you have a great story. Have no fear if you are new to monster hunter, for the story and tutorial is blended amazingly well. You will watch yourself grow as you progress through the story, and it truly feels rewarding.Then there is the online. Oh the online...This is by far the best online experience you could get off your 3DS. Not only is there an offline story, but there is a bit of online story as well. Its like two experiences crammed into one game. And playing with friends is one that will fill you with memories. You will laugh as they catch on fire, and save them right before they faint. It is an experience that is worth trying.Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate took everything that has made the series amazing, and made it even better. There is no denying that I will only add more to those 382 hours as I continue to enjoy the game with my friends.510/10This game is incredibly addicting.To start, the intro does a fairly decent job of getting players started in their hunting career. The story is quite uninspired and doesn't feel like Capcom spent much effort on it. But honestly, no one plays monster hunter for the story.This game starts off very easy but can become very difficult if the player doesn't practice analyzing monsters or spend time grinding monsters for gear. This time around, however, finding help is much more accessible (3u for the 3ds didn't have online multiplayer unless you owned a Wiiu) because online multiplayer is built in. It has its own lobby search with filters to choose specific monsters or quest type or hunter ranks (hunters your level or below).Once you've gotten a good grip of low rank, you ascend in difficulty with stronger monsters (more defense and attack) that allows you to craft better gear (monster armor and several weapons). Most of the game may seem like a never ending grindfest for better gear to survive just a little longer against monsters higher in rank but there is an end. That end comes in the form of Apex monsters. Essentially the same monsters with increased damage (some attacks one hit ko) along with newer move sets to get used to.This game is one of the biggest monster hunter games in the series but may not be suitable for all gamers as it's focus is on large monster battles only and nothing else. I'm also writing this in 2am to pass time so please excuse the format and sub par review; my thoughts aren't very organized at the moment.5Dark Souls mixed with PokemonMH4U is an awesome game! Reminds me of Dark Souls mixed with Pokemon... except instead of catching them all, you need to kill them all with a sword twice the height of your character and carve up their corpses for new and improved armor or weapons.It is somewhat of a grinding game where you may need to face the same monster repeatedly to get a rare item needed for the next weapon upgrade, but the fighting style is so gratifying and the monsters behave so differently from one another that each and every fight is different and may require different tactics on the part of the hunter.If you buy this game, you absolutely need to download PingsDex (https://sites.google.com/site/pingsdex/pingsmh4gdex/en_us). This windows executable (sorry, Mac users!) contains all items, monsters, quests, skills and everything you can imagine in one central database. You can cross-reference an item to find out what monsters and quests give the item as a reward as well as what maps contain the item. You can also look up each monster's weaknesses so you bring the optimal weapon into battle. There are upgrade trees for all weapons and armor, as well as the items you need for each upgrade; you can simply double-click the item to find out where you can get it. Super easy to use and a must-have for all MH4U players!5are getting better. You carve and carve and finally get that ...Hunt big scary monsters. Die a few times trying. Finally get the kill and feel a sense of accomplishment and victory. Carve their carcasses for a chance to receive their rarest piece to craft their armor with. Didn't get it? Damn. Okay.Go at it again. This time you almost die but don't, leaving you with adrenaline pumping in your veins and a need to see if you can carve that rare piece up. You got some other piece that's equally as important, but not the right one. Damn. Okay.This time, you know what to expect. You dodge the wide sweeps from the enemy's tail, the balls of literal fire that explode in your face, and the rabid successive attacks of its enraged state. Soon enough, you realize that you only took a few hits over the course of the fight. You feel pride and a feeling of elation at knowing that you, and not the character, are getting better. You carve and carve and finally get that chest scale you wanted.You repeat the hunt a few more times to get the last remaining pieces and go back to town to craft the full set of gear. Decked in the most up-to-date armor, you head off for the next monster only to die three times in a row and cart back to base.Damn.Okay.Best get to it.5Love this game!!!Monster Hunter isn't that booming much in the USA as it does in Japan and other places. I previously own MH3U and I could tell you the game gets gradually tougher for this one while Tri can sometimes make you either rage or look for other resourceful information. MH4U kind of makes hunting a bit more easier...but don't get cocky though..some monsters can pull one on you especially Gore Magala. The new weapons "Insect Glaive" and "Charge Blade" are loads of fun as well as the new feature of mounting the monsters. There are some cool looking weapons such as the Fledderklauen. There's a guarantee that there'll be a monster you'll hate and a monster you love. You might love fighting the Tetsucabra but hate the Khezu. Monsters like the Lagia aren't in here...I miss Arzuros but never Barroth. Chacha and Kayamba are no longer in this one and are replace for Palicoes who are your comrades and they all have different abilities. As for multiplayer, make sure you have the right people who are willing to play. I tried finding people, though I'm a solo hunter, but sometimes company is always nice or needed especially when doing G Rank missions. But beware there are some vets who don't like newbies or fresh starters of armor. In other words, don't fret when you're kicked out and always have a goal for either a weapon, armor or both and always be in the right crowd. DLC happens every month and some are great and others are not so great; new missions each month. Foremost, happy hunting and hopefully you enjoy this game as much as I did!!!!!5Best Installment in the SeriesAs a Monster Hunter veteran (been playing since MHFU), I can say that this is one of the best installments in the series. Having invested 800+ hours in this game, several great features that I can come up with off of the top of my head are:1. MOUNTING. This new mechanism is so much fun to play with, and also makes it much easier to break specific parts of a monster.2. INSECT GLAIVE. The idea of such a new weapon type is also quite novel. Being able to vault from anywhere makes it a mounting powerhouse. It also has insanely high damage output. Having a glaive user in the party is almost always a blessing.3. GUILD QUEST. These quests are a blackhole for your time. They are hard, and gives the best end-game rewards.4. STORY. The game has a well written story line with accompanying quests. You get to hunt with some NPCs at some point.There are also some other improvements here and there, such as the introduction of item sets, making it much easier to manage your items.All in all, MH4U is hands down one of the best installments of the MH series, and also one of the best games on the DS platform. I barely played any other game in the couple first months that I got MH4U. I would definitely recommend getting a copy of this even if Generations has been out for a couple months by the time of this writing.5Good learning curve, throws you into the actionThis is my first Monster Hunter game, and I have to say it made it pretty easy to learn the ropes. I'm sure most people already know, but I initially wasn't aware that this wasn't your typical RPG, namely that you upgrade your equipment rather than gaining levels and skills. However, although I thought it wouldn't be as fun, I found myself really enjoying it just as much as the standard RPG. One thing it has over games like Final Fantasy or Persona is that grinding has more of a purpose, as you need monster materials to craft better weapons.The part that I really have enjoyed so far is the expanse of information that goes into this game. You can definitely play through it without ever looking things up and just hacking away at things, but I really like the weapon designs so of course I look up which weapons not only look the best, but perform as well. The weapon trees expand so far that it's hard to just pick which one you want to use in the end. That, and there are so many weapon types, each with their own nuances.I'm not too far into the game yet, so I don't know how much more on the content I can review. I will say I find the dialogue a little boring, and it doesn't help that the voices are in some kind of gibberish rather than any known language. Is this something that is consistent in all the MH games? I also turn the volume off when I'm buying stuff from the shops. You can only listen to a shopkeep saying "Hi!" (or "Hrii!") every couple seconds for so long. Sometimes the random Palico meowing or the strained breathing from sprinting annoys me, too, but that's why I play with my own music on. Not taking a star off because I feel like all the sound-related stuff might just be me.Anyway, fun game, good amount of difficulty, easy to learn.5
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