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Submitted by discordman 757d ago | review

Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate 3DS Review [Capsule Computers]

Dustin Spencer from Capsule Computers writes "With new items, areas, monsters, and modes, Monster Hunter has never been more convenient than in it’s more compact version on the 3DS, but the same rules are still in full effect – leaving players with an even meatier experience. Does the 3DS version prove itself as a heavy hitter for the platform’s library, or is it just an upgraded port that was released just for the sake of it?" (3DS, Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate) 9.5/10

anime_swag_pro  +   757d ago
Man the screens on this look really good. 3ds is is starting to push it. I'm for sure picking this up, but not just because of the graphics. Obviously because it is monster hunter.
militissanctus  +   757d ago
I flippin' love the Monster Hunter franchise! I was hoping this one would be a good entry to the series. Excited to try it out now!

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