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Forums - Nintendo Discussion - Monster Hunter Rise Reviews: 87 Metacritic / 87 Opencritic

As much as I will love this game, I can't play it. I'm still picking away at Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate on my 3DS, after three years. As much as I tell myself it's OK to quit and move onto other games, there are hundreds of games in my backlog just waiting to be played, I don't have to prove anything to anyone, I've gotten more than a thousand hours worth of enjoyment and frustration out of it, and so on, I just can't stop... I have to finish crafting every single set of armor and weapon for my class, no matter how small the odds of getting those rare drops...

Somebody please help me...



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burninmylight said:

As much as I will love this game, I can't play it. I'm still picking away at Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate on my 3DS, after three years. As much as I tell myself it's OK to quit and move onto other games, there are hundreds of games in my backlog just waiting to be played, I don't have to prove anything to anyone, I've gotten more than a thousand hours worth of enjoyment and frustration out of it, and so on, I just can't stop... I have to finish crafting every single set of armor and weapon for my class, no matter how small the odds of getting those rare drops...

Somebody please help me...

Its over. You are lost forever. 



Having fun with the game. The MTX in it is fairly light and cheap. No $10 skins here. Some of the stuff you can buy is just ridiculous. Who the heck needs a shaggy Palamute skin? Or the voice of a couple storyline characters? Still kinda annoyed by the MTX being in the game, but it's not insanely predatory like Gears 5 or MK11.

I do miss the guidebug for certain things such as hunting down ore. But also happy it was taken out so I don't have glowing bugs in my face all game long. If only they were in the game, but had an off switch.

I love how the gunlance can be aimed up while charging a shot. The wirebug is really hard to get used to but it definitely gives melee players the ability to attack flying monsters more often. Being able to launch into the air, and then fire four mid-air gunlance shots to stay airborne is great.

Also loving the additions to mounting monsters. So much fun to force two monsters to fight!



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Last edited by Leynos - on 27 March 2021

Bite my shiny metal cockpit!

I know i'll get the game later down the line i am a fan of Monster Hunter.