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Submitted by dungeonboss 786d ago | review

Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate (3DS) Review | NintendoDude

Monster Hunter Tri Ultimate is an amazing game, no matter how you choose to play it. It looks stunning on the 3DS and makes full use of both stereoscopic 3D and the 3DS’ touchscreen. Local multiplayer works great and is a ton of fun, and the ability to take your home console save data with you is a great idea once you get past its quirks. The lack of online play takes out a chunk of replay value, but there is so much content packed into the offline experience that players will still be busy for hundreds of hours. For the Monster Hunter fan on the go – Monster Hunter Tri Ultimate on the 3DS is the way to go. (3DS, Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate) 8/10

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