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Monster Hunter 4

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1 Monster Hunter 4 on 27/10/2012, 13:49

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Release:

Japan: March 2013
North America: TBD
Europe: TBD

Gameplay:

Monster Hunter 4 is vastly different from its predecessors as there is a stronger emphasis on platforming than before, walls can now be climbed more fluidly and in any direction, and for the first time Hunters can grab onto monsters and attack them. Environments shown also appear to be larger than before. It was stated that the game is going to put far more effort into adventure and storyline, the monsters in this game are also terrain aware and will use the environment to their advantage and the game will have a traveling base camp. Underwater battling will not be present this time around. The game will have the most NPCs of any Monster Hunter game to date. The game will also have online multiplayer. Monster Hunter 4's director, Kaname Fujioka, has stated the game will have a larger focus on adventure and story progression than previous Monster Hunter titles.

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2 Re: Monster Hunter 4 on 28/10/2012, 01:18

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Screw Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate! Why pay for a game you've already put at least over 500 hours into. I mean, do you really think the additional sidequests, a few extra areas and upgraded graphics will actually be worth the double dip? Plus, the 3DS version won't have online multiplayer, so that's definitely a no go for me. This seems like it's going to be the best Monster Hunter game yet. And if it's going to have online multiplayer, you already know it'll support voice chat.




3 Re: Monster Hunter 4 on 28/10/2012, 10:22

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What's with you and voice chat recently? Lol.

MH Ultimate will still be a must have for me, who wouldn't want more MH on the same console? Besides, now I'll be able to take it at a slow steady pace than before in MH3, where I was rushing around trying to get the best everything before fully embracing the online.





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4 Re: Monster Hunter 4 on 28/10/2012, 12:56

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Chris720 wrote:What's with you and voice chat recently? Lol.
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I would love to play Monster Hunter on my 3DS. Yeah, it sucks that it wont have online, but I really enjoyed the single player experience. And I have no problem double dipping, just as long as the game is fun and I get what I paid for out of it, and this game has no problem doing that.





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5 Re: Monster Hunter 4 on 28/10/2012, 16:29

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Precisely what Rory said, I honestly couldn't put it better myself.

.:RoryLee:. wrote:I have no problem double dipping, just as long as the game is fun and I get what I paid for out of it, and this game has no problem doing that.

Monster Hunter is just plain fun and although, yes, this is a rehash of MH3 it comes with a whole lot more content put into it and who would want to miss out on smashing through the same monsters and areas again in 3D? I sure as hell want to do that again and I might even just spend one whole day just journeying through the island killing monsters and generally having fun.

Monster Hunter is not a game, it really is something else... you can play it over and over again and it never really gets boring, sure you can run out of things to do, but Monster Hunter is an experience that you want to relive every moment you can get.





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6 Re: Monster Hunter 4 on 28/10/2012, 20:08

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I just like voice chat, because it allows the experience to be more interactive and personal. Plus, I just love listening to you get pissed off Chris. It's hilarious, whenever you begin cussing with your European accent.

Chris - "This is complete shite!"

Seriously, don't you guys enjoy chatting with your friend's while your playing a videogame?




7 Re: Monster Hunter 4 on 28/10/2012, 20:35

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Maybe so, but some games are just better without voice chat. I really don't see the point in it for Sonic and Sega All-Star Racing... I mean, what is there to chat about?

"Oh yay I'm first!"
"I'm last... wooo..."

I only see the point in it in games like Kid Icarus and CoD.





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8 Re: Monster Hunter 4 on 28/10/2012, 20:52

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Come on, Chris! You can't tell me you've never wanted to talk shit, while racing against some friends in Mario Kart 7. I could see myself tuanting my opponets as I lap them or take the lead. You just need to use your imagination Chris.




9 Re: Monster Hunter 4 on 28/10/2012, 22:31

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SunDown wrote:Come on, Chris! You can't tell me you've never wanted to talk shit, while racing against some friends in Mario Kart 7.

No not really... I prefer that to be a completely relaxing period of time having a race, I don't want to get into taunting while I'm trying to unwind and have a lap or two.

SunDown wrote:You just need to use your imagination Chris.

Gamers don't have imaginations, that's why we play video games.





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10 Re: Monster Hunter 4 on 30/10/2012, 02:38

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I can't wait for this game to travel westward. This will be the very first Monster Hunter game I've ever played. Does anybody know if you can already pre-order this anywhere?




11 Re: Monster Hunter 4 on 30/10/2012, 10:46

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SunDown wrote:I can't wait for this game to travel westward. This will be the very first Monster Hunter game I've ever played. Does anybody know if you can already pre-order this anywhere?

It won't be released in Japan until March 2013, and look how long we had to wait for MHU (which is pretty much MH3G) to arrive, I would think MH4 will release in late 2014, early 2015. No point in pre-ordering a game that'll release in 2 years.





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12 Re: Monster Hunter 4 on 1/11/2012, 15:27

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It still wouldnt be a bad idea to purchase MH3G for the 3DS. Even though it still won't have online, that doesn't mean that you won't get hours of enjoyment out of it. And its a good way to get used to the controls, weapons, and how to fully equip your character. I'm pretty sure that I'll get this when it comes out.





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13 Re: Monster Hunter 4 on 1/11/2012, 17:33

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It'll also be a good time filler while your waiting for MH4 to release. No point waiting an extra 2 years when you could fill it with 2 years of hunting on MH3G. I know it'll be a day one purchase for me, I'd love to see MH3 in 3D anyway, along with new and familiar faces.





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