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Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate





Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate 


The Wii U version of Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate is better in so many ways than the Nintendo 3DS version. It also amplifies certain issues and problems. The characters are all bigger, and so are the monsters. Which really amplified to me how some of them need some more clothes on.

The blood in Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate really makes little sense to me. Especially the large monsters that lose gallons of blood in one fight. A health bar for the big bad guys would have been helpful in my opinion. Getting to play with friends and online is one of the cool features of the Wii U version.

Playing with the Nintendo 3DS, or even transferring a game to the Nintendo 3DS is not simple, or easy. I had to go to the instruction manual to find out I needed to download additional software just to transfer. Then I find out my 3DS save will not come up to the Wii U version. Unless I first transfer the Wii U save down, and then that save can come back up.

After multiple attempts and many option adjustments we were finally able to play the Nintendo 3DS and Wii U versions together in the same game. I could not even tell you what all we changed to make it work because we are not sure which combination was finally the right one. We just know we finally figured it out, and it has worked since then.

No game is worth sixty dollars in my book. That is what I had to plop down to purchase the Wii U version of Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate. I feel this game would be worth half of that price. It was a rare treat that I spent that much money on a game. I wanted to see the connectivity with the 3DS version.

I can see Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate improving in future releases. The blood can be dropped. I do not think anyone will miss blood splatter every time we slice a monster with a sword. Better attire choices for the villagers, and some diversity in the quests. Go and kill so many of these are too prevalent in Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate.
- Paul


Graphics: 51%
Sound: 60%
Replay/Extras: 56%
Gameplay: 63%
Family Friendly Factor: 57%

System: Wii U
Publisher: Capcom

Rating: ‘T’ for Teen
{Blood, Crude Humor, Fantasy Violence}

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