Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate for Nintendo 3DS

Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate

Feb 13, 2015
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Developer: Capcom
Content Rating: Teen


Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate will take players to new heights, literally, with the introduction of more vertical and lateral movement than ever. An expanded repertoire of actions will create more dynamic hunting experiences with fluid climbing motions and the ability to jump attack from walls or ledges. In addition, players will be able to ride atop a monster for a limited time as they hang on and deliver attacks. With the addition of two new weapon classes, challenging new monsters and numerous locales, Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate will be the most robust hunting experience yet.

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Jonathan BoldingFeb 14, 2015
The addition of multiplayer online to the 3DS is important, but it's hard to comment on something that should have been standard last time and shows up just now. The graphics are miserably unimproved from 2012's Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate, and the 3D element, while pretty, makes it hard to read much of the game's text. Likewise, it's a game about long boss fights, and doing some of the epic 30 to 45 minute battles on a tiny handheld make you think the choice of platform isn't ideal.
Evan KillhamFeb 10, 2015
Monster Hunter 4 has a great game full of options, activities, and a vast world to explore and immerse yourself in living somewhere deep inside of it. And it will even show you these things. But its questionable design and control decisions suck all the fun out of it and make you feel every second of your time in the untamed wild.
Jose OteroFeb 10, 2015
Just when you think the fight is over in Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate, the next challenger steps in and ups the level of competition for another satisfying round of combat and loot. Very few games can hook me in for 100 hours, but this installment adds enough new creatures, weapons, locations, and fighting moves to expand and reinvigorate my lust for the hunt.

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