It has 13 maps compared to only five, and much more varied objectives. You also gain EXP on a grind run instead of potentially (and often) nothing.
I hope you were just trolling because you saw me mentioning Monster Hunter in my review.
Busted! That's precisely what I was doing. That being said, I do find Monster Hunter to be more enjoyable. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder so to speak.
That's no to say that I haven't had my share of fun with Hyrule Warriors. I have beaten the majority of the Adventure Map sans a few missions. For whatever reason I just lost interest in the game. Picking up Smash Bros had something to do with this. I probably will come back to Hyrule Warriors eventually and when I do will visit this thread and purchase the DLC. It is a rather fun game in spurts.
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