40°
Submitted by Phil32 650d ago | review

Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate Review (Wii U, 3DS) | Nintendo Okie

Phil Stortzum of Nintendo Okie writes, "A series that has caught on like wildfire in Japan is Capcom’s Monster Hunter series. While its first two PlayStation 2 installments did not cause that much of a stir, it was when the series hit the PlayStation Portable that Monster Hunter soon became the juggernaut of a franchise in the Land of the Rising Sun. A lot has happened since then, the most notable of which is the series’ shift from Sony platforms to Nintendo ones. The latest in the series is an updated version of the Wii’s Monster Hunter Tri. It’s Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate, and quite frankly, it is the definitive Monster Hunter experience." (3DS, Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate, Wii U) 5/5

LiberatedAnimal  +   649d ago
Yes!! Been debating what game to pickup. (not rich) lol This seals it. Can't wait!

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
20°

Japanese band SilentSiren's new album includes songs from Daigassou! Band Brothers P game

11m ago - Japanese band SilentSiren have released a new album in Japan. The album includes popular songs fr... | Culture
40°

Zombie Army Trilogy out next week...grab yourself some survival tips

12m ago - Neil writes "The zombie army onslaught hits the world on 6th March and you’ll need all the help y... | PC
30°

The Top 5 Most Challenging Boss Fights in Gaming

13m ago - This week A Pixelated View takes a look at some of the most grievous, gruelling, challenging boss... | PS2
30°

Dead or Alive 5: Last Round (Review) PLANET ORBIS

31m ago - When it comes to fighting games, the complexity of the combos and its technicality comes in to pl... | PC
Ad

Filmwatch Contest Details

Now - Come check out how to win cool prizes this month with us on Filmwatch. | Promoted post
20°

htoL#NiQ: The Firefly Diary - Review | iLLgaming

31m ago - Ever since I saw htoL#NiQ: The Firefly Diary (henceforth Firefly Diary) teased in gaming magazine... | PS Vita