Monster Hunter Freedom Unite for iOS

  • Released on Jun 23, 2009
  • By Capcom for PSP, iOS

Monster Hunter Freedom Unite for iOS User Reviews


A truly skill-oriented game like no other!

The good:

- Your skill at reading the movements of your enemies determine how good or bad you'll do at defeating them!
- 4-player cooperative game play via a local area network!
- Team work and tactics are encouraged in multi-player games.
- Compelling weapon and armor design, so you can look the part.
- Outstanding re playability.
- Insane amount of game-time can be spent playing before you reach the pinnacle of monster hunters.

The bad:

- Not much of a storyline. But that didn't bug me.
- Learning curve can be pretty steep for some people.
- Abilities such as the Armor Skills are not explained in-depth in the game.
- It's annoying to farm for rare items in the later aspects of the game.


I thoroughly enjoyed Monster Hunter over many other games, even over World of Warcraft. I believe the game has a unique play style in the sense that even if you have the best gear in the game, you can still be a terrible hunter.

Most games require you to get the best weapons and best armor to get through, but with enough skill and know-how you can get by in the game without much extra gear at all. In fact, it's a good way to test how skilled you are as a hunter in the game if you can beat certain monsters with the use of weaker armor and weapons.

The graphics of the game are nice, not too fla...


Excellent Expansion - United

The good:

  • New Missions
  • New Monsters
  • New Areas
  • New Weapons
  • New Armour
  • New Items
  • More Hunter Ranks
  • New Gameplay


    It was never imagined that another game would be able to overcome Monster Hunter Freedom 2, until now. Unlike what you'd expect with such an excellent quality game, there are no copycat series which can live up to the image, that is Monster Hunter. Monster Hunter Freedom 2 has finally met its match however, with its expansion version, Monster Hunter Freedom Unite. This new, while separate game, is essentially a Monster Hunter Freedom 2 game itself, only comprehensively expanded to accommodate ten-fold of what its predecessor contained. Not only does this make the game exceptionally better, ...

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