Monster Hunter Freedom Unite (PSP)

Monster Hunter Freedom Unite (PSP)
alaScore 94

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Nov 2017

alaTest har samlet og analysert 64 anmeldelser av Monster Hunter Freedom Unite (PSP). Gjennomsnittlig rangering for dette produktet er 4.4/5, sammenlignet mot en gjennomsnittlig rangering på 3.8/5 for andre PlayStation Portable Spill (PSP).

Vi analyserte bruker- og ekspert rangeringer, produktalder og flere faktorer. Sammenligned med andre PlayStation Portable Spill (PSP) blir Monster Hunter Freedom Unite (PSP) tildelt en total alaScore™ på 94/100 = Utmerket kvalitet.

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Ekspertanmeldelse av: Austin Shau (cnet.com.au)

Monster Hunter Freedom Unite

 

Even with tens of hours of new content and welcome improvements over its predecessor, Monster Hunter Freedom Unite has yet to hunt down a few critical annoyances.

Great visuals and audio ; Significantly more content than its predecessor ; Data install significantly improves load times

Camera control is inexcusably awkward ; Continued lack of lock-on control exacerbates the poor camera ; Too much time is spent wading through menus

That's a very big if, and while it's one that many long-time Monster Hunter fans are sure to satisfy, others might not be so patient. Yes, the improvements made here are much appreciated, as well as a decent start to enhancing Monster Hunter's...

Jul 2009

Ekspertanmeldelse av: (realmofgaming.com)

Monster Hunter: Freedom Unite

 

Monster Hunter: Freedom Unite starts with a hunter roaming the upper mountain regions only to find that some grazing animals have been attacked and eaten. Soon after, amid the howling winds, a terrifying creature known as a Tigrex appears. The Hunter...

Apr 2011

Ekspertanmeldelse av: Matthew Weber (brighthub.com)

Monster Hunter Freedom Unite for PSP Review

 

Monster Hunter Freedom Unite boasts an incredible amount of content, featuring hundreds of quests to conquer, thousands of unique equipment upgrades, and a horde of monsters to slay. It is a rewarding experience, but stodgy camera controls and a steep...

Jul 2010

Ekspertanmeldelse av: Dominic Sheard (darkzero.co.uk)

Monster Hunter Freedom Unite (PSP) review

 

If you were living in Japan right now, then you'd most likely know of the Monster Hunter franchise. It's a huge phenomenon over there, with something like 8 million copies in the franchise sold. What's even crazier is that the latest edition for the...

It will eat up your life; maybe even take it away with the insane amount of quests you have to take upon. I'm not joking when I say you're looking at around 400 hours of play if you want to seriously beat all the quests that are on offer. Freedom Unite...

Aug 2009

Ekspertanmeldelse av: Sparky (buttonmasher.co.nz)

Monster Hunter Freedom Unite Review PSP

 

Monster Hunter Freedom Unite, the renamed Japanese super title is the third instalment on PSP of the Monster Hunter series. Boasting over 5oo hours of gameplay spanning some 400 missions. Is this title going to be all quantity and no quality? As this...

Closing Comments: A brilliant game, although certain times of frustration and annoyances, the genuine satisfaction obtained by bringing down prehistoric beasts, dinosaurs and dragons far outweighs the downsides. If possible it’s best played with...

Aug 2009

Ekspertanmeldelse av: Sarah and Jason McMaster (gameshark.com)

Monster Hunter Freedom Unite Revie

 

Monster Hunter Freedom Unite is a must addition to your PSP library.

Satisfying on a fundamental level, lots of bang for your buck

Annoying meowing, curious feeling of guilt when stabbing a docile herbivore to death

Overall, Monster Hunter Freedom Unite is an entertaining game, and definitely well worth the price tag - around $30 for 500+ hours of gameplay. It is graphically attractive, although often audibly irritating, and engrossing. You get to fight alongside...

Jul 2009

Ekspertanmeldelse av: Mimi (hookedgamers.com)

Monster Hunter Freedom Unite

 

Not disappointed

The gameplay is fun and addictive and will keep gamers coming back for more

There isn't much reason for past owners to revisit the game

As one could easily assume, Freedom Unite is an expansion to Monster Hunter Freedom 2, which was previously released on the PSP. Capcom promised 50% more content and over 500 hours of gameplay this time around and they certainly delivered. For those...

Jul 2009

Ekspertanmeldelse av: Matt Mirkovich (gamingnexus.com)

Monster Hunter Freedom Unite

 

Yeah, this is probably the first game to invoke a proper sense of fear in me since the first Silent Hill game. Monster Hunter Freedom Unite is all about the primal fear of the unknown, and also about fearing something about one hundred times your size....

Monster Hunter Freedom Unite has the gameplay chops to make it a lasting staple in the PSP library, get yourself a copy and tell your friends to join in too, you won't be disappointed, especially if Phantasy Star was your thing back in the day.

Jul 2009

Ekspertanmeldelse av: Shaun Curnow (gamesradar.com)

Monster Hunter Freedom Unite

 

A special sort of monster madness…

Filled with impressive detail ; Can be played for hundreds of hours ; Thousands of weapon and armor combinations

Combat can be protracted and frustrating ; Pretty much all MMO-style grinding ; Not as fun alone

Will Monster Hunter Freedom Unite win new fans? No – and with few players outside of Japan it can’t even be appreciated for its multiplayer strengths. But do we still like it, despite its many flaws? Yes – it's one of, if not the most customisable and...

Jul 2009

Ekspertanmeldelse av: Austin Shau, GameSpot (gamespot.co.uk)

Monster Hunter Freedom Unite

 

Even with tens of hours of new content and welcome improvements over its predecessor, Monster Hunter Freedom Unite has yet to hunt down a few critical annoyances.

Great visuals and audio ; Significantly more content than its predecessor ; Data install significantly improves load times

Camera control is inexcusably awkward ; Continued lack of lock-on control exacerbates the poor camera ; Too much time is spent wading through menus

Jul 2009