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BackgroundMonster Hunter Frontier is the newest game in the series, developed as a MMOG (Massively Multiplayer Online Game) for the PC. It shows more promise than any other game in the series, entirely from the fact that it can be constantly updated through the internet.
GameplayThe gameplay mechanics are indifferent from Frontier's brothers in the series. Players can accept a quest from the guild and include up to three party members. The players then head out into the quest area and meet the requirements before the timer runs out. Items can be gathered from slain monsters to build weapons and armor, and the process is repeated.
FeaturesFrontier contains every feature from the latest Monster Hunter games and more. Towns are larger; they can support more players. There is an active day / night and season system, and the setting differs depending on the time. New monsters, features, equipment and more are constantly being added through patches in the game. Frontier has an advanced Guild system, crafting system and quest system, as well.
Hardware RequirementsThe minimum system requirements for Monster Hunter Frontier is low considering a game of it's quality. A 1.0 GHz processor, 256 MB of RAM, a video card supporting DirectX 8.1 or higher with 64 MB of VRAM, and a 16bit soundcard are all that is needed.
The game also supports a headset for audio communication and a USB controller specialized for the game.
- Monster Hunter Frontier (2010)
- Monster Hunter Diary: Poka Poka Airu Village (2010)
- Monster Hunter Freedom (2006)
- Monster Hunter Freedom 2 (2007)
- Monster Hunter Freedom Unite (2009)
- Monster Hunter Portable 3rd (2010)
- Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate (2013)