"Despite still being a greenhorn when it comes to Monster Hunter, the series’ fourth main entry is shaping up nicely so far, even if it all feels pretty familiar.
If you’ve played enough of 2013′s Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate, then you’ll feel right at home with Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate. For the most part, it looks and controls just like its predecessor, complete with a lack of auto-targeting and awkward D-pad camera controls that I’ve forced myself to grow accustomed to.
Nevertheless, I had a pretty enjoyable 15-minute ride with Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate at Capcom’s E3 booth, even if some of that satisfaction was attributed to my success in completing my quest." - Patrick Kulikowski