Monster Hunter Generations

by Capcom | Nintendo 3DS

Monster Hunter Generations is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 9.
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Platform: Nintendo 3DS
Category: Adventure
Publisher: Capcom
Developer: Capcom
Release Date: 07/15/2016


Monster Hunter Generations introduces new gameplay mechanics including Styles and Hunter Arts that can further refine a very personalized playstyle. Mount monsters from mid-air using the Aerial style or make the most out of the advantageous Hunter Arts abilities with the Striker style. Hunter Arts are visually striking, indispensable combat skills and power-ups that hunters using any style or weapon can equip.

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    Rated 5 out of 5 by from All around great game! As a fan of monster hunter since its debut on the PlayStation 2 I can without a doubt say that this is a great addition to the series. The graphics are great considering the 3ds graphical limitations. The game has a great lasting appeal as I personally have clocked in over one thousand hours on generations alone. The gameplay is smooth and ever changing. Combat in monster hunter is fun and always throws a New wall that tells you no you can't just sit there and wail on it without dodging or just running away every time it looks at you. The soundtrack in this game is amazing it always plays music that gets your adrenaline pumping. Now for the negatives we have no g rank HOWEVER monster Hunter double cross gives us g rank and the old and New elder dragons that were in 4u but not generations. Here's to Lao Shan Lung, Yama Tsukami, dire miralis, and my personal favorite the Gogmazios.
    Date published: 2017-05-01
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Christmas gift This is for a christmas gift and I have not played it. Therefore I would not reccoment this review to be your decision changer. I do plan on getting this game myself though and know of the series.
    Date published: 2016-12-13
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from I Don't give 10's So, I don't really give 10's, and although I didn't give this game a 10, I do like pretty much all the monster hunter games. This game is probably my favorite game I have at the moment. So, ya this is a fun game, and it brought awesome new skills to it, I loved the mounting part introduced in Ult 4 and this just amped it up. If you liked the previous games you should like this one. The one thing I was dissapointed in was how they changed the cut scenes for when you first seen a monster, it was so cool in monster hunter 4 Ult.
    Date published: 2016-10-26
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Game, but it's hard to get into. Monster Hunter has always been a great series, although not a very easy one to get into because some of the systems in the games are either very complicated or aren't explained very well and the games are hard. Monster Hunter Generations makes it easier than ever for new players to get into however, I'll admit the game confused me with some of the systems and I'm not a new player. So to people who have never played a monster hunter game before, this would be a great game to join in on, but you may need a bit of help from YouTube.
    Date published: 2016-10-21
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from A great addition to the Monster Hunter franchise. As a person who was first introduced to Monster Hunter back in the days of MH3U on the 3DS, I have been a fan of the series ever since Summer 2015. Playing through MH3U and part of MH4U completely solo, I can definitely say that MHGen is a great game as well as the throwback that the series definitely deserves. The addition of hunting styles and hunter arts easily make MHGen the most fluid and customizable Monster Hunter experience to date. Furthermore, the game reintroduces locations that have not been seen in the main series since Monster Hunter Freedom Unite, and as I began playing Monster Hunter with MH3U, it is great to be able to experience the classic hunting grounds from MH and MH2 for the first time. Finally, between Village, Hub, Arena, Event, and Deviant quests, you will always find another quest to undertake, whether by yourself or online with friends. Overall, Monster Hunter Generations is an entry that should not fail to be a part of any Monster Hunter fan's video game library, especially if they own a 3DS.
    Date published: 2016-09-21
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from HAPPY HUNTING Currently working out 3* Quests and avoiding egg quests like the plague. Introduced to the series in Tri and loved it ever since. The new Arts and styles are really fun to hunt with (STRIKER GS), and I personally can't wait to fight the flagship monsters and farm em for their hides (especially Glavenus/Dinowaldo, that set looks so good!!).
    Date published: 2016-09-07
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fantastic game! Still tough to learn though. Coming from Monster Hunter 3 and 4 Ultimate, I love all of the tweaks and new systems they have added into Monster Hunter Generations, and am looking forward to see how these change things in the next main entry of the series. The controls take some getting used to, but once you figure out what you're doing then there will be hours upon hours of fighting awesome monsters and making cool gear out of them. That being said, the harsh learning curve the series is also known for is still very much there. There's tons of mechanics and tricks that the game will not outright teach you, so if you have a friend that plays, ask them to help. If not, there are a number of video guides out there that will help you like they did me (shout-out's to ProJared and Gaijin Hunter). If you love challenging boss fights, deep combat mechanics and awesome looking beasts and dragons, then this is definitely one you shouldn't pass up!
    Date published: 2016-08-09
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Disappointed Monster Hunter Generations is no difference from Monster Hunter 3 and 4. If you have either one of them then there is no need to buy Monster Hunter Generations.
    Date published: 2016-08-04
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