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#42 - astonop (09/29/2016) [-]
See, I like the whole high resolution 60FPS play with a controller thing that 3 Ultimate has. It lets me read enemy attacks so much easier and crisper, I know my life exactly, and everything feels a lot more smooth and less clunky than it did in the previous games I played. I tried the demo on my 3DS and sad to say I just couldn't get into it after playing 3 Ultimate on the Wii U.
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#37 - talldumbdork (09/29/2016) [-]
Is it easy to get into if it's your first monster hunter game?
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#43 - astonop (09/29/2016) [-]
It depends what you want in your first experience. If you want to play the game that got a lot of people into playing Monster Hunter, I recommend buying some old PSP and buying Monster Hunter Freedom Unite. While the graphics aren't stellar and it isn't as refined as the more recent ones, it definitely sparked interest for many people.
If you want a console Monster Hunter, buy 3 Ultimate.
If you want a vibrant Monster Hunter with ridiculous amounts of variation in choice in both monsters and gerar, get Generations for your 3DS.
Personally, although biased, I recommend MH3U for Wii U. It eases you in much slower than the other games and because of the general 'niceness' of the fact it's on console means that monsters not only look nicer but feel more realistic, so you can read their attacks easier if you pay attention.
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#44 - talldumbdork (09/29/2016) [-]
I only have a 3ds at the moment, and heard it did well for 3ds. I heard it may have a learning curve for newbies tho. Im not hardcore, very casul.
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#45 - astonop (09/29/2016) [-]
You're right, the Generations release on 3DS was probably the most successful of all the Monster Hunter releases to date.

You're also right about a learning curve; the problem with Monster Hunter is that in order to really enjoy it, you have to really dig deep and learn a lot first, especially for Generations. You have different playstyles for each weapon type (around 15 weapon types?), learning monster attack patterns and how to avoid them (E.g.: When to roll, where to stand), combinations of items to take with you on missions, what armour to wear that will be resistant to certain damage types, what weapons to use to best kill a monster and their weaknesses and item effectiveness against them, armour set perk, pre-battle food combinations, and Generations added weapon stances which completely change the way weapons work when you change stance.

If you can get over the fact that all what I just said has to be applied for EVERY large monster you fight, and if you enjoy planning, preperation and precise attacking then you'll love it; all it takes is a bit of learning, a lot of wiki pages and a good onvestment of time, and once you have all those I can guarantee you'll place Monster Hunter in your top 5 games.
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#11 - mrishouldstudy (09/28/2016) [-]
Don't forget 4u. Gotta love charge blade in all its not nerfed glory.