fire emblem or monster hunter

#11Dcl2049Posted 4/28/2013 8:39:25 PM
I have friends to play with locally so my perspective is different, but... I dont think I would want to play MH online. Seems like it would be harder to cooperate and you also miss out on everyone's reactions to epic moments.

To you, OP, I have 30 hours in FE A and 90 in MH3U. They are both great games, but obviously I like MH3U better. This is my first MH game. Its way better and more fun than the demo suggests.
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#12Stefan1277Posted 4/28/2013 8:41:30 PM
blh88 posted...
FE (haven't played it yet)

I have MH3 and the lack of online play makes me sick.


Man up and play alone.
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#13muffinmasherPosted 4/28/2013 9:01:13 PM
Stefan1277 posted...
blh88 posted...
FE (haven't played it yet)

I have MH3 and the lack of online play makes me sick.


Man up and play alone.


Easy to say, but playing in a group is the best way to play, hands down.
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#14PhoslusPosted 4/28/2013 9:09:11 PM
muffinmasher posted...
Stefan1277 posted...
blh88 posted...
FE (haven't played it yet)

I have MH3 and the lack of online play makes me sick.


Man up and play alone.


Easy to say, but playing in a group is the best way to play, hands down.


This is why I love having friends with 3DS'.
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#15WithYouForYouPosted 4/28/2013 10:03:42 PM
Phoslus posted...
muffinmasher posted...
Stefan1277 posted...
blh88 posted...
FE (haven't played it yet)

I have MH3 and the lack of online play makes me sick.


Man up and play alone.


Easy to say, but playing in a group is the best way to play, hands down.


This is why I love having friends
#16Faceman_Posted 4/28/2013 11:58:12 PM
Fire Emblem.
#17Fr33zPosted 4/29/2013 12:07:05 AM
Hopefully you eventually get both. Both games are experiences you dont wanna miss on your 3DS. Both are generally lengthy games. Fire Emblem in the sense of its replayability and different scenarios you can play out (I.E who you put on your team, who you marry) during different playthroughs and Monster Hunter in the sense that there are dozens and dozens of Monsters to hunt and kill and alot of the monsters take quite a bit to take down as well as the hundreds of armors and weapons to craft from the monster parts. Either way you'll get your moneys worth.
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