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Monster Hunter World

Monster hunter world

The premise of chasing big dinosaur monster things through a jungle is as much fun as it sounds.

I’d never embarked on a monster hunter game before, being restricted to the handheld wasn’t appealing to me as I’m not a get up and go gamer! I like my time with no one around in front of a tv in peace.
A few other fellow gamers had been with monster hunter from the start and they couldn’t recommend it enough, there only concern was will it work on a larger scale.

We’ll luckily the game was shit hot, the character customisation is awesome, even in ya tight speedos you look rather dashing.
This extends to your little Palico, outfitting your little pussy in all manners of bejazzling gear.

The extension of characters their adding are more than welcome, Ryu from street fighter, Aloy from horizon zero dawn, Dante from devil may cry have all reared their heads so far.

The only downside is the gameplay graphics, struggling sometimes to render full hd, which at times make you squint and slightly get frustrated at. The gameplay mechanics on the other hand are some of the best I’ve seen for a while. Trying out each weapon and learning their different balance and strategy can keep you entertained for hours.

The other sweet spot this game hits is the online aspect, notice boards at the main hub give you chance to join or request other players to journey with you. If you’re in the middle of a hunt that’s too tough, shoot your flare to request help, some of the best online moments in my 30 odd years of playing video games, were when I was on the hunt with fellow players from around the world. A highlight next to bloodborne, the division and destiny.

Overall, monster hunter world will keep you entertained for a very long time, with a evermore growing urge to hunt every monster and help every s.o.s call.

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