Monster Hunter Tri User Reviews
Well, here I am, over 1500 hours of game-play put into this game and there is only one thing left for me to say. Time well spent!
This game is one of those "Diamonds in the rough". A game and series not too well known that would probably rise in fans if it were better brought to public attention.
This game combines those elements of Action RPG's that we love, with the life of a primitive hunter. Keeping those Fire Breathing Dragons and Electrical Serpents of the deep, close to home. Capcom and the creators/developers of the "Monster Hunter" series did a wonderful job on the visuals of this ga...
At the very core, the key gameplay mechanics of the Monster Hunter franchise are still very much the same in this title. Various new attacks have been added to familiar weapons that help to establish each type's different strengths and weaknesses. Traps, paintballs, potions and whetstones will still be cluttering your bags on most hunts and then used up by the end of them. However, all weapons feel much more organic when in use than a somewhat "arcade" style seen in previous titles. Hunts are successful now more from skillful use of your weapon than previous trap and flashbomb s...
Monster Hunter is a well-known series to some, not so much to others, developed by the very well-known company Capcom. Being born into the world in 2004, the series has had strong ties with Sony, though also releasing a game for Microsoft called Monster Hunter Frontier. Now a new age has begun, seeing Capcom releasing their newest title, Monster Hunter Tri with Nintendo for the Wii. Sadly, being new to the series, I cannot compare the differences and similarities present within the console jump. But let’s see how well the game does pleasing a newcomer to the series from the potential custom...
Monster Hunter has been a relatively unknown series to us in the West up until recently. A hugely popular game in Japan, it was originally released on Playstation 2 and while the rest of the world did get the game, it received little-to-no advertising, no media attention, relatively bad reviews and once it was sold it was never seen again. Because of its failure in the West, we never got a chance to play Monster Hunter 2. It never left Japan. Around that time however, we got Monster Hunter Freedom on PSP. The game was a straight port of Monster Hunter G, a Japanese-exclusive expansion to th...
Monster hunter tri is a new game that came from the PC and PS2 to the wii, as it made its transition it did made some new additions, yet it seems it lost some, for old fans, gunlances and other weaponary is not avaible, but we get longswords and the new weapon, unique, the switch axe.
Monster hunter tri for the most part, is an open roaming free world, not only that but you can run, you can indeed swim, and free hunt monsters, in order to advance with the game plot, you need to take Guild quests, these will have a limited time, and not only that but actual objectives, from recoverin...
- servers monter hunter tri (wii) 1
- Carbalite Ore 5
- Special arena coins e.g: hunter king coin 14
- Hunt Coordinator (Tri) 3 588
- whats the best way to get the rathian plate? 33
- Rusted weapons? 27
- how can i kill gobul easy any anwsers ?? 34
- secret hairstyle? 1
- Server 3
- Clan joining opertunities 10
- Clan Help 11
- Where do I get "Isisium" from? 19