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Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate Standard Edition with Felyne Pin - Nintendo 3DS

by Capcom
Platform : Nintendo 3DS
Rated: Teen
94 customer reviews
Metascore: 86 / 100
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Standard Edition with Felyne Pin
  • Online Play - Connect with up to three other hunters online over the Nintendo Network for the first time ever, or local wireless, to join up and take down larger than life beasts.
  • Two new weapon classes - The Insect Glaive is a long staff type weapon accompanied by a powerful flying insect which can be customized with various attributes; the Charge Blade is a hybrid that switches between a sword and shield or axe mode.
  • More vertical environments - The action expands with more fluid climbing motions and the addition of jump attacks from walls or ledges.
  • New gameplay mechanic - For the first time ever, hop on to monsters and hold on to deliver a burst of attacks
  • Returning favorites and fresh challenges - Brand new monsters such as the dark and menacing Gore Magala as well as hordes of returning favorites including the primal Tigrex, players have access to the largest roster of ferocious enemies than ever before.
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Edition:Standard Edition with Felyne Pin

Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate will take players to new heights, literally, with the introduction of more vertical and lateral movement than ever. An expanded repertoire of actions will create more dynamic hunting experiences with fluid climbing motions and the ability to jump attack from walls or ledges. In addition, players will be able to ride atop a monster for a limited time as they hang on and deliver attacks. With the addition of two new weapon classes, challenging new monsters and numerous locales, Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate will be the most robust hunting experience yet.


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Edition: Standard Edition with Felyne Pin
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  • ASIN: B00LEW3GAO
  • Product Dimensions: 5.4 x 4.9 x 0.6 inches ; 2.9 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: February 13, 2015
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (94 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,066 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Cairo on February 21, 2015
Edition: Standard Edition with Felyne Pin Verified Purchase
I've tried to get into the Monster Hunter series but was always discouraged because I never really knew what to do and how to do it. This frustration has used me away. Reading that this version of Monster Hunter is the most accessible lured me in to try it again. I'm so glad I did. The game definitely lies up to it's heritage. While the game is not necessarily easy, the game definitely eases the player into the mechanics of the game. I've been playing for over 80 hours and am really enjoying it. If you're sitting on the fence because of the difficulty getting into the game, give this game a try.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Hawk eye on June 6, 2015
Edition: Standard Edition with Felyne Pin Verified Purchase
I have a LOT of time in the Monster Hunter series. I have played every US formatted Monster Hunter game, so I'm familiar with this series.

I see a lot of questions asking if this is better than Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate (MH3U). The answer is yes AND no. MH3U is MUCH more polished, and it's difficulty is more balanced. This game, MH4U, is a step onto a new level of hunting. The hunters, the weapons, the monsters, the game itself, have evolved, bringing a lot new nuances.

In MH3U, the game throws you into the hunting field with a few tidbits of advice, then you're on your own. The game is hard right off the bat for a new comer, but, it's difficulty stays constant. If you can successfully hunt the first few monsters and catch on to the game's many nuances, you'll eventually become an expert, guaranteed.

In MH4U, the game eases you in, there are "training" quests to familiarize you with the different weapon classes, you receive a lot more advice throughout the game, the story mode even actually guides you through certain parts of quests!! The first few monsters you hunt are easy, laughably easy, almost boring. From there, it gets tougher...and tougher. As a gamer that is familiar with the series, MH4U has been downright frustrating at times. The monsters hit super hard, and as I said, they've evolved. They've learned that driving you into a corner or to a wall, then pummeling you until you're down works well, they'll track YOU, and they'll change their behaviors according to yours. That being said, MH4U is still much more polished than the older MH games, and it is still a lot of fun.

Moving to the online play. I play MH3U on my Wii U, and it's online experience is very rich.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By ThroneWarden on February 19, 2015
Edition: Standard Edition with Felyne Pin
After playing MH3U and loving it, I couldn't see how Capcom could possibly make a fantastic game any better. I was wrong-they have.

If you're new to the MH franchise just know that it starts slow. Given enough time MH will become very rewarding. :)

What I like:
-Decent story!: Big fan of this, as MH3U was lacking in this respect.
-Numerous villages!: Also lacking in MH3U.
-The music: Orchestrated and unique.
-Expeditions: New and fun.
-Mounting monsters: It's way cooler and easier to do than I thought it would be. It never gets old.
-Smooth FPS rates: My `old' 3ds runs this game wonderfully.
-Online play: I don't use this feature much, but it's nice to have this option.
-Colorful graphics: Colors were rather bland in MH3U for 3DS.
-Scalable cliffs: This is just plain awesome.
-FREE DLC!: Thank you Capcom!

What I don't like:
-Graphics: They seem to be a little less detailed than MH3U, despite the better color scheme.
-The blood is kind of obnoxious. There is an option to tone this down however.

Overall:
A great game so far that only looks to become greater!

-Gameplay: 4.8 out of 5
-Graphics: 4 out of 5
-Music: 5 out of 5
-Amount of content: 5 out of 5

-My overall score: 4.8 out of 5

Monster Hunters unite!

P.S.- I recommend the Circle Pad Pro peripheral if you're like me and are using an `old' 3DS. If you have a N3DS then you're all set to go!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By GamerTG on February 13, 2015
Edition: Standard Edition with Felyne Pin
Amazing as always for a Monster Hunter game. This one seems to easily stomp on all previous games by far. The game feels smoother, looks great, doesn't have such a flat surface and adding new ways to fight, new weapons, new monsters, easy tutorials for whoever will be new to the mh games. The game has different villages so you won't have to be in the same place the whole game, people in the village will ask favors from you which will put them onto the quest board which makes the game better story wise, etc.

Been playing a bit today on the New 3DS Monster Hunter edition and the 3D looks great (though tiresome on the eyes), smooth FPS, great colors, the new c-stick works really well with this game and helps a lot.
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I've never played a Monster Hunter game before. A friend of mine and his wife are huge fans, however, so I was excited about finally giving the series a try with MH4U. My first impression? This game has a really big learning curve. It was not really a matter of jumping in and immediately feeling like I had a solid handle on the game. My understanding is that MH4U is much better than previous games in that regard, but as a brand new player it felt like I had a bit of a hill to climb before I was really able to progress on my own two feet. There is a lot of systems to learn, how the items work, a LOT of experimenting to see how the different weapons feel, and that's before even getting into the monsters themselves.

However, once I started to feel like I had a hold of these things, the game quickly got really fun. I could focus on monster hunting and collecting items and doing the fun things as opposed to stumbling around trying to figure out what in the world I was supposed to do. The game did a good job of ramping things up a little by little so that by the time I fought my first proper monster, I felt like I was ready to do so. And after that, tracking and killing each monster becomes more and more fun.

If I had to ding the game for anything, it's that it's still a game that takes a long time to feel competent with. Not competent in the sense of "I can beat this game", but competent in the sense of "I have acquired the minimum foundation of skills needed to begin to progress". The UI takes getting used to, the quirks of the series take getting used to, the controls take getting used to, and that's before you even get to learning about individual areas or monsters. It's not a game for those seeking instant gratification.
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