If you ever lived in Japan, chances are that you heard of a little series called Monster Hunter by Capcom. It is Japan’s #1 game on the PSP and other gaming devices because of the multiplayer aspect on the go. Another reason it is way popular is the addiction of gathering thousands of pieces of loot, overcoming the odds against large monsters whether if you are alone or with a maximum of three other players, and customizing your character with armor and weapon sets. The major reason Monster Hunter never caught on at the states is the difference in systems being played. The Japanese gaming scene is more driven by the handhelds compared to consoles, while it is the other way around here at the states. In addition, console iterations haven’t gotten what makes Monster Hunter the series it is in Japan until now. Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate is the best iteration of the series and it couldn't be a better time to see why Japan loves it too much.