World for 3DS was a slight disappointment because I wasn't really a fan of the new features. Other than for new monsters, World was such a huge addition to the series because it really expanded on the open world, and it was a lot of fun to explore and hunt. I loved the story and the adventure, and the monsters were so much more fun than the past games. The one thing that I didn't like about the story was that the monster's names were all in Japanese. It got me mad when I couldn't figure out what they were saying. I wish that you could have the Mii hunting with you and name them after the game if you wanted to.
I'm not going to go into this one too much because I'm not too fond of this topic, but I'll say that Monster Hunter is not a character-based system, so it would be useless to talk about. Now, there are four'settings' that you can go to in the creation menu, but it's not like you're actually selecting a character. It's just a'setting' that you can change things like your suit, dye, etc.
During the time the Monster Hunter series has been around, we've seen some pretty bad Monster Hunter games . But Monster Hunter 4 is different. It's a more polished, refined, well-written, and more carefully constructed Monster Hunter game.
In a lot of ways, the Monster Hunter series has been a gamer's best friend. It's easy to pick up and play, but it's also rich, deep, and pretty intricate. It starts you off with one measly weapon and lets you use that weapon to fight some monsters. Then you can upgrade that weapon, and start tracking down more monsters. And when you're done, you can use those monsters to fight even tougher monsters.
7) Monster Features - I'd also have to give this a 7.0. Yeah, they could've done a little more, but it was still good and great to see. I was really glad they continued the personal and home style of Monster Features from the original, and it's something I really enjoyed. 827ec27edc