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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by Tempbot, Jul 30, 2009.
So.. this requires a subscription, right? Is it playable on a modded Wii!?
I hope its better than the other games, they were ok at best.
well shit. wonder if i can find this floating around without too much trouble.
cool its out i love the monster hunter games
SEGA!!!! Phantasy Star Online.... Come on!!!
And when You`re at it: Panzer Dragoon!!!!
@Topic: Does this game have WiiSpeak support? I couldn`t find any information about this.
Capcom alredy shipped 1 million copies to retailers in Japan, it's THAT big.
I'm sooooo getting it, when it comes to US (March 2010) it will worth $50 bucks.
so it's subscription only?
Wait what? What do you mean by subscription? This sounds bad.
You guys are the worst gamers in history. There is a single player portion that does not have a monthly fee. To play online, however, requires a paid membership of various costs/lengths.
No more of this "SO ITS NEEDS SBUSCRIPSHUNS?!"
So you're bitching about people bitching?
Can't wait to play this.
What do you have to do in this game?
Never played one before. I can imagine it's like Pokemon but a bit more mature?
As the title suggest, you just go out and hunt monster (kill them, not catch them like Pokemon)
Never played any MH games but that's all I know, you go out killing monsters
Monster Hunter places the player in the role of an up-and-coming hunter who must accomplish various quests to achieve glory. Armors, weapons, and other items are created from the remains of slain monsters by carving off their horns, scales and bones. Monster Hunter plays in a similar fashion to Phantasy Star Online allowing the player to team up with up to three other hunters online to take down stronger monsters.
* Wii point monthly fee (NOTE: This has not been proven for countries outside Japan.)
* Online play will consist of 4-player groups. The "lobby" areas will be in the form of a city, much like the city area of the PS2 Monster Hunter.
* The city (lobby) area can be developed/expanded over time by the player in offline play.
* Online chat will consist of Pre-made messages, controller-chat or usb-keyboard support, a wii speak has been released and might be used in MH3.
* One-Player Mode
* Two-player mode with split-screen.
It's actually really good. Got the newest one for PSP last month. and really enjoy it. It sounds repetative but something about it makes it not. It's worth a look, and im sure it'll be worth the 50 spent.
So this subscription, I can play online with what 3 friends?
Aw man, I can't wait for this game. The online portion sounds pretty cool, but I don't like the idea of paying for it.
I can't wait for it!
Playing Unite on my PSP right now (imported my save from 2) and I'm liking it a lot, even if sometimes it's really frustrating.
It's a really nice concept. You go out hunting monsters, you kill them and then harvest their corpses for resources. With those resources (you can also mine, go fishing and catch bugs) you can build better weapons and armors to hunt out new powerful monsters. Rinse and repeat.
For some reason it isn't as boring as it seems Maybe it's because every new monster offers a new depth of challenge...
The visuals seem gorgeous
If the game will be as epic as it seems, I'll probably end up paying some months of online play
Damn, I really think I will love this game! If I find some good online friends to play with, I'm gonna love this!
you guys are missing out on a lot if you never played the previous installments. its a very good game. Weapons range from sword and shield to great swords, katanas, scythes, bowguns(basicly guns), bows, lances and hammers.