What is Monster hunter, why should I play it, and for Wii U or 3DS?

#1shayminguy7Posted 2/3/2013 5:40:54 PM
Unless there's something big I'd be missing from online multiplayer, I don't care about that.
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#2Tzuba12Posted 2/3/2013 5:46:47 PM
Look up the game on youtube.
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#3PhoenixWright2Posted 2/3/2013 6:04:32 PM
Tzuba12 posted...
Look up the game on youtube.
#4IronticsDragonLPosted 2/3/2013 6:05:02 PM
inb4 use Google.
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#5euklbPosted 2/3/2013 6:21:20 PM
dont buy it, its not for you
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#6bjay88Posted 2/3/2013 7:32:16 PM
euklb posted...
dont buy it, its not for you

This game should be brought by everyone, even if its just to pad the numbers to increase the chances of more MH games, if they happen to like the game, then that's just a bonus.
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#7JaycejaPosted 2/3/2013 8:44:35 PM
online play is what turns this from a fun addictive game into an incredible compulsive game

it's DESIGNED for multiplayer, you dont miss out on content in this one by not playing online, but you lose out on the gameplay experience itself

unless you have friends to play 3ds co-op with, i couldnt recommend it over the wii u
#8rayneotaconPosted 2/3/2013 8:51:35 PM
The first two questions can be answered with "A gift directly from God's Pimp". And Wii U, of course.
#9ajko000Posted 2/3/2013 10:42:41 PM
1. The one RPG that exists that isn't button mashing and "real time" in stop-motion. In other words, it's all real time, and the only legit RPG left, imo at least.

2. Because it has a large amount of content, and the content is good.

3. Wii U, NEVER handheld MH unless it's exclusive to it.
#10chinsyghttPosted 2/3/2013 11:27:10 PM
shayminguy7 posted...
Unless there's something big I'd be missing from online multiplayer, I don't care about that.

Lol dude. If there's a game that is ever worth 60$, its this game and its predecessors. The replay value is extremely high I'm serious its worse than crack addiction I swear. People are buying Wii Us and 3ds' just to play this game. At first you'll be completely clueless about what to do, but you'll end up eventually loving everything you hated about it at the beginning. There's no such thing as a level up system; how much damage you output depends on your strategy, weaponry, armour and utilization of skill sets. I could go on... pick the game up and try it for yourself but expect nothing to be handed to you. Once you get the hang of it, test out the multiplayer; that's where the true gold within the game lays.
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