Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate
Series – Monster Hunter
Developed / Published by Capcom
Directed by Kaname Fujioka
Console – Nintendo 3DS (Action role-playing game)
[Single-player | Multi-player]
(Photo Credit – Images taken from Wiki / IGN)
Though Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate was released in Japan in 2013 while the English version only just recently; it still one of the best seller and a game where many would love to grab with their clean hands.
As for me?
Since I got 2 clean hands, of course I grabbed 2 of the game; one for myself and another for my sister so we can play multi-player together.
Many new concert were acted since I last played Monster Hunter 3, and while this time you get to eat delicious meal to increase your health and stamina, or gaining new buffs for your battle, I still miss the good old hot spring.
I do love to be clean.
Anyways they decided to add in 2 more new weapons for combat; a weapon where you control one flying insect, and a weapon which change from a Sword and Shield back and front to an Axe.
Pretty cool to control one bug to fight for you while now there is one more additional of weapon-change-type class.
I still prefer to use the good old, Lance, Dual Sword and Bow as my weapons.
So of course I do like to grind on the same monster over and over and over again just to grab hold of the necessary materials to craft those weapons / armors.
Yes, the game do not have level, but depend on the armors and weapons you get from crafting from monsters and gathering of ‘natural’ materials.
Interesting, while this time you can climb the mountain or even mount on the giant monster, the developers decided to give the game a realistic environment feel (and yes, the texture still good pretty much like the previous version).
So you can jump off a cliff and try to land on top of the huge monster to attack it on it back, which can be their weak point.
Seem like many hunters are ready for some Rodeo action; so careful and try not to get push off the monster back.
Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate also add in new monsters though they remove a few older monsters; don’t be sad, most of the popular are in this game since this version not only have many base camps, but a total of 98 monster. (I wish they add in 2 more to make it a hundred)
Also this game make good use of the new Nintendo console where you can control the camera more freely and easily, but doesn’t mean you need to waste your money to grab them just to play this only.
The control pad still able to slowly control the camera with some practices.
With many NPCs, monsters, weapons and plot to unlock, how can I not decided to grab hold of this game?
While I just started out not too long ago, tell me if you wish to hunt some monster with me by commenting below, and share this post if you felt you want your friends to play MH4U too.