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Submitted by nrvalleytime 499d ago | review

Review: Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate (DarkZero)

"The Monster Hunter franchise is one of the more polarising games when considering the differences in tastes of the Japanese and Western video game market. There are a multitude of reasons about why it is so popular in the East compared to the first-person shooter fuelled market of the West, but one issue that I can speak about is that fans of the series have had a painful wait for this next instalment to arrive in the UK. It didn't help that Capcom was quiet about information to the point of boredom. Eventually, all was known on a Nintendo Direct, as it seemed the reason for the secrecy was due to the title - Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate had been out in Japan for nearly a year at this point - coming to the Wii U in its native country and March for both the Wii U and the 3DS for America and Europe." (3DS, Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate, Wii U) 9/10

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