Monster hunter tri review
Nothing like of a new monster hunter game that really kicks of theyear. Monster hunter tri developed by capcom gave a whole newexperiance for the wii. So lets kick this review on!
Summery: Monster hunter tri is the direct sequal to monster hunter 2that wasn't realese outside of are Japan. Monster hunter tri is aOnline role playing game even though there isn't much of a story totalk about. You take a role of a new out of the market monster hunterhelping the island of Monga. your goal is to hunt and kill theunderwater elder dragon Ceadeus but before that you got to train.
Story: There is not much of a story so if you are really in it for a story this is not your type of game.
Graphics: By far the best looking wii game for the enviroment to thewii and you can't help to see ahh to the monsters even though the wiiis not HD
Sound: The sound is great and it really matches the game it gives you that Jurassic park feel.
Gameplay: A hardcore challenging game that would scare cassualgamers off. The monster won't die easlly and the armor system is alittle confusing. But the new underwater system is great and thecharacter creater.
Multiplayer: There is two multiplayer games. The first one is arenamode that lets you go split screen with a buddy and take on some bigmonsters. And the rewards go into your solo game. Or you can go to thecity online multiplayer. There is no frend code because capcom had madethere own servers. You can utalize the wii speak or chat with defultchat or make a custom one. Capcom did great on onlne multiplayer andthey put new quest every week.
Controls: The controls with the wii and numchuck are annoying sincethe D-pad is the camra and you have to make somewhat of a effort toreach it. But then we got the new classic controler pro that gives youa much better and more comfortable way to play so i sugest getting thebunddle for it.
Final comments: IF your looking for a game that you want a lastingreplay and for the wii then this is your game I would HIGHLY RECOMENDTHIS GAME
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