Review: Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate
Monday 18 March 2013
A port of Wii classic Monster Hunter Tri comes to both Wii U (sporting a HD makeover) and 3DS.
The gameplay is largely identical, as hunters slay the dinosaur-sized beasts of the land – hunting, gathering and crafting bespoke weapons and armour as they go. It’s this loot and forge mechanic which is so addictive and, though a new adventure would have been better still, the addition of hundreds of quests makes this is must on both Wii U and 3DS; with owners of both systems even able to transfer their progress between devices.
Wii U, 3DS
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