"Not everyone is a hunter. For some, it's an endless grind. I can tell you right now that you will either like Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate or hate it straight from the start. Some will grow bored of hunting monsters for materials to craft better equipment to hunt harder monsters, but for for some this system of advancement will lead to plenty of memorable moments.
HD or on the go, Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate is available on both the Nintendo Wii U and on the Nintendo 3DS. Both versions have their advantages and disadvantages. While the Wii U version is considered the "HD" version, it only comes off as a decent upscale on the big screen, with some blurry and blocky textures. With the advantage of having two analogs, playing with the Wii U game pad or the controller pro is a lot more comfortable than playing long hours on the cramped single analog 3DS."
- Allain Richard