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Submitted by Chaosmedia 772d ago | review

Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate Review - CHAOS HOUR

Since its first release in 2004, the Monster Hunter series has been one of the most successful and biggest gaming franchises to ever hit the Japanese market, it’s a phenomenon that spreads like wildfire.

Here in the western world the series isn’t as widely renown as it is to our Asian counterparts; we’ve seen 7 international releases of the games with Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate being the newest addition to our roster. (3DS, Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate) 7/10

Donnieboi  +   772d ago
The lack of online was a stupid decision by Cashcom. I don't care if the old psp versions didnt have online, this is 2013 and it should have been online.

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