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4.29 stars 4.29/5 Stars Average score of 7 user reviews spread across 11 releases and 0 DLC

Monster Hunter: Killing Huge Monsters Since 2004 0

Let's get this out of the way first: Monster Hunter Tri is less a Fantasy Action RPG, and more a Fantasy Simulator. Just like Microsoft Flight Simulator gives you an in-depth, comprehensive flying simulation, Monster Hunter gives you an in-depth, comprehensive simulation of the totally made up act of killing monsters. Also just like MS Flight Simulator, don't expect to just jump in start zipping around like a pro. You start at the bottom of the food chain in MH:Tri, and the climb up is gonna be ...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

The Hunt is On! 0

Monster Hunter Tri is Capcom’s latest attempt to get western audiences interested in their wildly popular MMO-light franchise where you can play with up to 3 others at a time to hack away at some monsters, gather resources, or one of a few other quests that will help you along the way becoming the greatest Monster Hunter in the land.   The game utilizes almost everything the Wii has to offer in terms of graphics, gameplay, and in terms of online support, which rivals Mario Kart in terms of its’ ...

54 out of 58 found this review helpful.

Deep Hack'n Slash gameplay best suited for online with friends. 0

“Monster Hunter Tri” is an action oriented RPG from developers CAPCOM made exclusively for the Nintendo Wii. The Monster Hunter franchise is supposedly bigger than hop-scotch and heroin in Asia. So, I decided to see what all the hubbub was about. Some pretty unique RPG elements and fun action is weakened by flubs which make Monster Hunter Tri a fairly great triumph coupled with some flaws that could’ve otherwise easily been rectified to make an overall tighter gaming experience. In spite Monster...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Monster Hunter is addicting, but brutal. 0

 I have never played a Monster Hunter game before in my life.  I missed out on the PS2 game, and never owned a PSP to care.  When it came to the Wii, I felt it was time to check it out.  I've played Diablo II, Phantasy Star Online, and various other games like this.  So I'm not a total stranger to these types of games, but it's still something I don't regularly play.  However, despite my lack of knowledge of loot grinding online RPGs go, I had a fun experience.  Monster Hunter can be an extremel...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Its ok, if a bit dated 0

To start off with a couple of things: I was very excited to play this game as I've yet to enjoy an 'adult' game on the Wii my wife bought for our kids. Second is I've never played a Monster Hunter game before. Lastly I own a 55' HDTV (which may affect my views on the quality of the graphics). Graphics: Nothing special. I have not played a ton of games on the Wii yet, but in comparison this game doesn't look as nice as RE4. The text is terrible, kinda hard to read (even on the big TV). Each lette...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Monster Hunter Tri Review 0

By - Richard J.After mindlessly indulging close to 10 hours into Monster Hunter Tri in only 2 and a half days, I've come to the conclusion that the Japanese are onto something with this Monster Hunter series. The Monster Hunter series takes basic hack-and-slash gameplay, mashes it with thralling adventures, and ties it all together with a nice muliplayer-focused bow.Being my first Monster Hunter game, I didn't really know what to expect. Luckily, as you will read in this review, I thoroughly enj...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Gotta Hunt em' All 0

  Everywhere we see games that are hyped to be the next big franchise. We see it from countless of new titles that gain universal acclaim from reviewers, like Guitar Hero and Halo, but every so often there is an anomaly that comes up, a game that is kind of hard to classify because it totally bends the genres in ways that are innovative and sometimes tedious. The biggest thing right now is “Monster Hunter,” in Japan, at least. Since the titles debut by Capcom on the Playstation 2 back in ...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

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