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Monster Hunter World Review

Angel Serrano, Staff Writer

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Monster Hunter has been a long running franchise that first appeared in 2004. Published by Capcom, Monster Hunter World, released January 26, includes a breathtaking Open World map where you have to craft and harvest your own armor, weapons, and supplies. The game is overall quite simple, yet difficult.

If you are a fan of Dark Souls or RPG’s (Role Playing Games) in general, then you should try this game.  The game offers a diverse choice of weapons you pick and craft to suit your needs best and what will be most useful in hunts. Each creature you encounter is unique in attributes and mechanics . Don’t let this intimidate you, MHW gives you some time to get used to the game, but it gets progressively harder.

MHW makes you feel like a hunter as you track down what you want to hunt but there’s still risk in fainting (dying) in hunts so don’t go too crazy because the game will punish by failing the quest if it happens every so often . It features a smooth combat system that takes a little time to get used to as you learn the monsters rotations and abilities.  The game progresses well and makes each fight different from the last. It is, surprisingly, a good balance between exploring, harvesting, hunting, and fighting.

What I absolutely love about this game is that playing does not seem like a chore. If a foe is to hard go for lesser monsters harvest their materials craft gear and eventually you can take it  down. If all else fails invite a friend and take it down together. Overall this is one of the greatest RPGs I have ever played and I personally rate it 9 out of 10.

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