Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate 3DS £19.95 (Click & Collect from John Lewis or Waitrose) or £22.95 Delivered
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Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate 3DS £19.95 (Click & Collect from John Lewis or Waitrose) or £22.95 Delivered

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Found 4th Apr 2015
this seems like an absolutely cracking deal for this game

free click & collect from John Lewis or Waitrose stores

or £3 delivery (£22.95 still cheap)

19 Comments

Absolute steal

Don't forget to download the free dlc packs including some Zelda items.

Bought a new 3ds xl just for this game. Worth every penny!

Very good find. Back catalogue is already to big for me to buy. Heat though.

Editor

Brilliant price, heat added

Awesome deal, I paid £25ish and it's still sealed, I usually hate RPG's and have never played MH, I bought into the hype for this game. Hope it's good when I get around to playing it.

Edited by: "Ayaz13" 4th Apr 2015

No interest in the game but heat for the price

Can't help myself at that price! Especially as there's a waitrose just behind my house!

The backlog swells yet more. Heat added.

Not sure of this game is right for me, but for £20 thought it was worth a shot.

Ordered - great price. Thanks!

Wasn't going to get this until I had a least completed Xenoblade but at this price how could I refuse

Hmm, might have to get this... Heat!

Original Poster

Elivercury

No interest in the game but heat for the price



same i have no intrest in this game but i just saw the price & thought WOW!! thats cheap & i knew people would appricate it as ive never seen it dive under £20 yet

The game is amazing, really amazing

Superb price. You will still be playing this in 2 years time

Bah! Out of Stock!

Ayaz13

Awesome deal, I paid £25ish and it's still sealed, I usually hate RPG's … Awesome deal, I paid £25ish and it's still sealed, I usually hate RPG's and have never played MH, I bought into the hype for this game. Hope it's good when I get around to playing it.


This is much more accessible than the previous entry but do keep in mind that it's a very different action rpg than others in the genre. None of the monsters have any visible hit points. So for the large ones, you can feel like you're getting nowhere (there'll be a point in the game where there's a small difficulty spike when you face off against your first properly large monster, and it's not the Great Jaggi). But stick with it a little and you'll soon notice signs that a monster is starting to weaken (it's previously frenzied attacks have slowed down and it's movements are more sluggish and you'll see it start drooling - strictly speaking, the monster is getting more fatigued rather than weaker but still, it's visible signs for beginners to watch out for)

Original Poster

knew this would go fast

24.95 at Amazon
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