@jrodrz: The combat takes a LOT of cues from the Rocksteady Batman games, but at the same time offers enough expansion and difference so that you don't end up feeling like they just re-skinned one of those.
Edit: Most enemies can eventually be dispatched using only combinations of attack, parry, and (sometimes) vault, so if you never go further than that, it can get kind of stale. BUT, there are plenty of two button moves that you pick up latter in the game, so if you start mixing those in, it helps keep things interesting.
I can't pretend to understand what you've gone through, but congrats on getting to a place where you feel comfortable with who you are.
If it's not too personal to ask, is the HRT something you have to keep doing, or does it get to a tipping point where your body recognizes that this is the new normal, and just carries on without outside help?
I'm wondering how the matchmaking works, and if it's flexible enough that I could go in, select that I want to play a monster each time, and (potentially) always be matched up with a group of hunters in need of a monster to chase. Basically, does the game group five people first, and let them choose who gets what, or does it group by class/monster?