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Submitted by NYC_Gamer 1053d ago | review

Destructoid- Review: Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate

DToid;Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate definitely isn't for everybody. It requires a lot of time and dedication that some people simply can't put forth. It will take a while to get used to the controls, to determine which weapon is best for you, and to discover the tiny nuances to the gameplay. After all is said and done and the big monster is slain, however, nothing is more rewarding. (Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate, Wii U) 9/10

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