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Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate 3DS £19.85 @ Shopto

£19.85 @ ShopTo
Looks like same deal that was posted a year ago but good price and free shipping! You are a wandering hunter who, after arriving at a small town, decides to earn bounties from the local guild by va… Read More
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banned4m, 2w agoFound 4 months, 2 weeks ago
Looks like same deal that was posted a year ago but good price and free shipping!

You are a wandering hunter who, after arriving at a small town, decides to earn bounties from the local guild by vanquishing troublesome creatures wandering the land. Some are small and paltry, others are gargantuan and momentous, but all bring rewards as they can be carved for raw materials used to craft weapons and armour. Equip yourself well, then learn your quarry's attack patterns and behaviours, and you'll emerge victorious. Each beast has unique weak points, so strategy and planning are your watchwords.
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1 Like #1
Worth every penny.
banned#2
Wish it was Generations for £19.85.
#3
Terrific game. Good price for a new copy.
#4
How fun is this game in single-player mode? It always looks like a multi-player game.
banned#5
81980085
How fun is this game in single-player mode? It always looks like a multi-player game.

http://uk.ign.com/articles/2015/02/10/monster-hunter-4-ultimate-review

review seems to say its just as fun offline, as it is online
#6
good find op, heat added
#7
Is the online still available for this? When do Capcom typically shut down their servers?
2 Likes #8
Monster Hunter is massive in Japan, and only really gaining popularity in the West over the past few years. The game itself consists of hunting down various large creatures to obtain materials to create new weapons and gear. The game has 14 weapon classes to choose from with various pathways to creating different weapons. Each weapon class has it's own mechanics and move sets that give them a unique feel, 3 out of the 14 weapon classes are ranged, which you can create specific bullets/pellets for that have different ailments.

Armor is created much in the same way as weapons and there's a large variety of different armors to be made, each with their own specific attributes which can be mixed and matched, some attributes however are better suited to certain weapons to make the best outcome during the hunt. Weapons and Armor are best created by killing/capturing monsters and obtaining materials, however there's a shop in the location you are in which you can buy armor/weapons, however these are usually low levels, cost more and would become obsolete rather quickly.

This game also has multiplayer and for the first time in the series on 3DS it has online MP. This is a welcome addition to the series especially since a lot of players prefer to play from the comfort of their own home, or are unable to find close friends to play with locally. 4 hunters team together to take on quests similar to single player with slightly increased difficulty, however this does not scale with the more players in the game. You can still tackle these by yourself as well, from MP you can rank up your Hunter Rank, known in-game as "HR". This unlocks you new quests to go through and is different to the single-player quests you can be given
#9
This works on 2DS?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yhht4O5hYWE

Video suggests it does.

Ah forget it, I have a DSi XL, not sure why I thought it was a 2DS :\

Edited By: fishmaster on Jan 06, 2017 20:32
#10
81980085
How fun is this game in single-player mode? It always looks like a multi-player game.
Incredibly fun. I've spent some 250 hours on single player alone. And many others have too.

Multiplayer makes some of the especially challenging missions a little less brutal (as long as you have a good squad) but it's feasible to go through the entire game solo. You'd prob be pretty good after a while as it's a skill-based game so practice makes perfect. Equipment only gets you so far.
#11
b1koni
Is the online still available for this? When do Capcom typically shut down their servers?
The online for Mh3U was still up and running last year so it'll be a while yet before Mh4U's servers get shut.

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