Monster Hunter demo available in the eShop for US!

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    tried it , didnt like it .. not my thing ... nor do i like the areas thing , why not have a full world to explore ??
     
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    Did you ever play a MH game before????
    Because you'de know what to expect.
     
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    possibly glanced over it on the wii once .. it seemed familiar... just a bit clunky and not very refined in the fighting mechanics side of things which i was surprised at...
     
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    Just to let everyone know, it´s available in the EU eShop aswell!
     
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    Its how the game is meant to play. you cant rush in to the battle and expect to beat the monster by just swining your weapon. You should probably look up youtube vids to see how ppl that are good play it. probably too much to ask anyway but i think its great.
     
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    Tried the Wii U version, but I didn't read the manual first, so it felt more frustrating than it probably is.

    Just began the 3DS version, and let me tell you. I have all my games with 3D on full blast with no problems, but that Capcom title video seriously made my eyes hurt.
     
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    I too, wasn't really impressed with this demo. The Fire Emblem one, however...
     
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    no i get the stategy of it , just didnt feel like i was fighting a monster but more like i was swiping at an animated block , no visual damage to the monster , it just doesnt feel like your engaging with the monster at all , then i dont like the way you walk out of areas into others , surely that could be a smoother larger world , it feels like a batant port from a last gen console rather than an game programmed to take advantage of newer hardware. Not impressed with it , might sound nice ,, but MEH.
     
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    I get what you mean. One thing i feel like they can do is make all the maps connected. Would take the game to the next step. I only want the game because the us releases are so limited. But yeah they need to take the game farther unless it will eventually fall out of place.
     
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    MH4 is supposed to be open world, so your not stuck with have to take on missions in order to harvest materials (made farming for Throwing knives a pain for me)
     

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