Monster Hunter Pro Reviews

Average Review Score: 6.8/10

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Monster Hunter Reviews

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GamesDomain  --- Jun 09 '04
GameSpot 5.7/10 Sep 23 '04
Gamespy 3/5 Sep 23 '04
IGN PS2 7.2/10 Sep 20 '04
NTSC-uk 8/10 Aug 03 '04
PSX2 5.5/10 Oct 04 '04
Total Games 83/100 Jul 19 '04
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Monster Hunter Previews

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www.futuregamez.net Apr 10 '05
Gamespy May 14 '03
Siliconera Jan 26 '04
Gaming Target Mar 11 '04
IGN PS2 Aug 12 '04
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"A combination of action, role-playing, and arcade styles, this third-person game demands players actively track and slay mythical beasts." "
"In today's world, Monster Hunter is merely a living fossil, reminding us of what online console gaming once looked like."
"Players will find themselves having access to a slew of weaponry, of handguns, automatics, napalm, turrets, and even the ability to call in an air strike at certain times."
"Once we were up and running and buying new weapons and successfully taking out massive scaly critters, we found that getting the truly righteous gear involved a lot of legwork. It's not enough to save up enough to buy a fantastic weapon. Often, it involves finding the right elements needed for each item out in the field and bringing them back so the weaponsmith can forge a new sword or lance. By working each hunter in different directions, each player gets a much different look and becomes easily distinguishable in the towns and out in the field where it counts when hunters need to know who is around who can help and how."
"...the overall structure of the game feels like it's been awkwardly put in place for a single purpose and trying to go in different directions creates problems that it's unable to handle. It's interesting, and a bit frustrating, to see a game with such a unique devotion to a single type of play."
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