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That's what i wanted to here, bring the death.
I like to think that this is what monster hunter woul look like on HD consoles
Bold statement, I am excited to play this though.
Sometimes I wonder if people know what the hell an RPG and an Action game are anymore...
Sometimes I wonder why some people think their definition of a game genre is the final word that all others must adhere to. An Action/RPG is still a type of RPG. I can't wait until midnight Monday night.
And nobody uses the term Action RPG anymore. They just say it's an RPG. I'm all fine with the term IF people use it. They do not.
God, that was painful to read. You figure they could spend a minute or two proof-reading.
Can't wait to buy this! wanna play multiplayer with my friends
The author states that you are usually too weak and you die alot because the quest is above your skills. But I ask can't you level up on your way to the objective like in all RPG's? Like in old school RPG's when you get to an area and all the monsters are too tough for you just fight lower level monsters untill you are leveled up enough. Is this not the case?
Yeah, if it's truly open world I tend to roam around the entire map first, then jump into the quests.
I won't go that far but I will be doing some roaming/exploring in between quests for sure.
I'm interested, but I'm also cautious. I think I'll wait to see if Capcom pull any crap with this before I buy.
we already know there's going to be dlc for the game.but over 100hrs of content is more then enough to justify a launch purchase...and some reviewers already hinted at some awesome post game content, after the credits roll. yeah crapcom is shiity with there policies but this is a step in th e right direction.
I'm sort of excited that there will be no marker to follow for each quest. The thing I hate the most when playing games like this is that I miss out on a lot of the atmosphere b/c my eyes are constantly fixed on the map. I hope its like Burnout Paradise where the more you play, the more you just know where stuff is and you won't need a map after a while.
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