Monster Hunter 3 Tri the Official Thread
About Monster Hunter Tri:
Monster Hunter Tri depicts an ecosystem where man co-exists with fantastic beasts that roam both the land and the sea. Featuring both online and offline cooperative modes, players can join online hunting parties with up to four players or play with two players on a single TV for select quests. Players also have the option to face Monster Hunter Tri's quests as a single player experience accompanied by Cha-Cha, an AI hunting partner whose tracking and trapping skills will prove invaluable in the hunt.
Copatability: Wii Speak, Classic Controller, Nunchuck and Classic Controller Pro and USB Keyboard
Release Date: April 20, 2010 (America)
MSRP: $49.99 ($55.00 w/ Classic Controller Pro) Also with 500 Wii points if preordered*
ESRB Rating: T for Alcohol Reference, Blood, Fantasy Violence
Exclusively on Wii
The Official Website: http://www.capcom.com/monster/#/en/
The MAJOR RESOURCE SITE: http://monsterhunter.wikia.com/wiki/Monster_Hunter_3
In Europe the game was announced bundled with Wii Speak:
Zexen_lowe’s hype news:
Games Con – Trailer
Box Art (US):
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What is Monster Hunter ?
1.It’s a series with a online and offline mode in Tri
2. The main point is to do missions and successes unlock harder missions
3. You are Hunter, usually you’re the mercenary that was hired to get rid of the monsters.
4. Online, you are one of many Hunters, but almost like a mirror the better you are at it the odds are you’ll stand out.
5.The game is skill based, it takes the same type of skill to beat pac-man or tetris as it does to play Monster Hunter; prediction and twitchy reflexes.
6. It is not Poke’-Mon or Pocket Monster or Digimon it is Monster Hunter
7. To surmise Monster Hunter fulfills any desire you could have had to be around fighting dinosaurs without worry about that T-Rex ripping you to shreds.
8. Monster Hunter is not an MMORPG the game is a console game so it does have an end game boss and a closing, however you can continue afterwards to unlock the bonus mission difficulty.
As the game stands in relation to other known games:
Graphics: Monster Hunter Tri > Just about all Wii games before it.
Presentation: It appears on surface to be a 3d Fighting Beat-em up but the depth makes itself clear unforgivably quickly.
Plot: It’s Monster Hunter, in offline mode you’re the Hunter that is called to help a village outside of the big cities. They recently have had monster troubles and need your assistance. Offline is where you can hone your skills for the thrill of online. While Monster Hunter Tri may not have a narrative it definetly has a story; the story of a hunter.
Online you are one of many Hunters but if you have some talent you can quickly become one of the guys that only hunt the big dangerous ones, the guy that is always prepared.
Game Play: Monster hunter places a lot of emphasis on hunting, even when not the monsters, to simply make a mega potion you need Honey and a Potion, to make a Potion you need Blue Mushrooms and Herbs. You find the Mushrooms growing around or in the bellies of herbivores in that area. The game also has a series of weapons to choose from, each is vastly different from the other, some require an experts touch others give you some leeway. The fun missions are the Wyvern hunts, either capture of kill, these missions put all your abilities to the test and in online where friendly fire is always on, team work becomes very important.
Overall: Monster Hunter is not for everyone, I’ll give some tips later, but playing my first Monster Hunter I quit the game for about two months before I picked it up again with an enlightened vigor. The game isn’t very similar to anything out there besides another Monster Hunter.
Nothing to report here.
Game Play is calm to intense, in Wyvern hunts preparing the field can be as important as attacking the monster. Setting up traps and poisoning the quarry can make an intense fight cool down a little.
The environments suck you in as well as the amazing sound track the game boasts, boss fights get even more bossish.
There is a demo; it’s been years since I’ve seen a console game demo, and one exists, check it out.
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