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Submitted by SactoGamer 846d ago | review

Game Guys review - Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate

Monster Hunter Tri, one of the best "hardcore" titles ever to hit the Wii, was released three years ago. Capcom is trying to rekindle the magic with an updated re-release of the title onto Wii U and 3DS, calling it Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate. While it may indeed be a graphically superior game to the Wii original, calling it "ultimate" might be a bit of a stretch. (3DS, Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate, Wii U) 74/100

Perjoss  +   845d ago
100 hours in and I feel like I'm only just scratching the surface, this game is more like a 9/10 for me, as I'm playing it mostly on the WiiU and they didn't do a great job of making it very 'HD' otherwise it would be a 10. The 3DS version is an plain and simple 10/10, best looking game on the system.

I really hope they give us a western localisation for MH4, I dont even mind waiting 6 months to a year if I have to.

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