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Submitted by Chrono 201d ago | review

Monster Hunter Freedom Unite for iOS | AppSpy review

Monster Hunter Freedom Unite for iOS can be brutal and unforgiving. But, if you can find the right group to play with, there are few experiences on iOS as satisfying. (iPad, iPhone, Monster Hunter Freedom Unite iOS) 4.2/5

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ktype2  +   201d ago
Truly one of the games I enjoyed on the 3DS and the WiiU. Didn't know that there was a port for the iOS. Good point re the battery life. One battle can really last for a loooong time esp when doing solo missions.
The_Hero  +   201d ago
Japan and their crappy Smartphones ports.
This is another PSP port.
People didn't like the fact the PSP only had one analog stick; now imagine none. Best played on the Vita with both analog sticks.

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