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MH world...

Best MH game 19 67.86%
 
Top three MH games 5 17.86%
 
Poor MH game 1 3.57%
 
Terrible MH game 1 3.57%
 
Terrible game 0 0.00%
 
GoTY 0 0.00%
 
Comments/indifferent/middle America.... 2 7.14%
 
Total:28

On par with MH Tri for me which i rated my favourite MH game.
Also i love the Switch Axe, great versatility for a 2h and has a ton of damage when used right.



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Hammer.



Played freedom and portable 3rd on psp, did not play for long as my thumbs hurt from those cramped button locations, played MH3U on wii u but got bored for some reason, played MHO on pc for about 50 plus hours but stopped as new games came out and the english patch didnt translate everything on there and I got a bit tired of it, now with MHW, I've put 70 plus hours, just beat Teostra and Kushala, Vaal is next, and I'm in love with the Charge Blade, when I first saw MHW trailer I thought Insect Glaive would be my main, but I never touched it once, not even practice with it, but it may change in the near future, this is the best MH game for me so far.



             

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I'm using the great sword. Hard as fuck to actually land a proper heavy blow, but when it hits...when it hits, woooo boy it HITS.
I've never played a MH game prior to MHW, so I'm having a lot of fun with this one. I'm currently running through the vale as well.



Played a lot of mh andmhw is 100% the best, cant go back anymore.



 

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Haven't been able to play it yet, but I'll likely get to play the Switch MH game that comes out seemingly before the PC port of MHW (which could end up like gutter trash). For all I know the Switch MH could be my favorite of all time. If the PC port is trash, then it'll easily go to the Switch game. Just like with Neir, I'm not a charity case for awards, since the PC port was crap I ended up avoiding the game altogether. 



               

I've played every Monster Hunter game, and I've been playing them since the very first game's launch day. I remember first reading about it in Play Magazine, in the same issue that talked about Sudeki for the Xbox. Monster Hunter World is the breath of fresh air the series was in dire need of, changing the mechanics in a major way that makes it really hard to go back to old MH styles.

As far as where it stands, from a gameplay perspective is number one. It doesn't have as many monsters as most of the other games, but the gameplay is so much better in World that I give the "best" title to it.

Favorite weapon is Longsword. I love the footwork involved and how I'm constantly moving while attacking. It's almost like a dance.



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Probably the best monster hunter and one of the best games this gen by far.I usually main the Hunting Horn and gun Lance.,currently trying out a Bow build.If you want to do some runs add me up on PSN Redzone_313



John2290 said:
Anyone know if there is a way to indetify post launch content and will there be a season pass here, dlc/expansion or will they continue free smaller updates?

At this point in time, DLC has all been free as well as being implied to be indefinitely free. Identifying new content is difficult, though. Deviljho and Lunastra are ready to spot as new because their unlock quests are under the special assignments. Kulve Taroth is new, too. Aside from that, I wouldn't worry about what content is new or not. The whole thing is great.



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Insect Glaive.
What sold me on it is how long you can stay in the air when you have the red (power) buff active.
You can do about 10 moves (dash + attack) before you need to touch the ground.
Though I usually attack from the ground, the weapon has a lot of fun options.

By the way, developing your kinsect along the path that focuses on speed should be of the highest priority whether you want to go for a poison, blast, sever, etc type. Because speed effects how fast you can send your kinsect out to extract buffs from monsters, and how fast it comes back when you call it.
It can be hard to hit a particular part of a monster's body some times when they move erratically, and having a slow kinsect makes it all the more difficult.

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