Monster Hunter Freedom Unite
A fun and Rewarding Games To Those Devoted.
After playing freedom 2 and then Freedom Unite I have come to the conclusion that this is a good successor to the previous Title. Allow me to explain. You get the usual more monsters, more weapons and armor and more items. Okay good, but what about the core of the game? The mechanics are easy once you figure them out but your forced to do really awkward and when done in a hurried fashion painful deaths (faints) or causes you to take a lot of damage. (i.e flex muscles after drinking potion in the middle of a battle, seriously Capcom.) Not to mention being blown across the screen after only being scraped or nicked by the tail of a monster. However the way you are forced to go out and come back with the materials you need to make new weapons is what will pretty much have you sucked into this game. You want that new set of armor go beat a really tough monster and then strut your stuff back to the smithy to smelt it. All kinds of different monsters and materials they drop or you find can give off different effects and fatigue/damage to your gear. This is what is going to make you want to play more. Then there are challenges where you and up to four friends can team up (via ad hoc) to battle together and have some fun.
Plus you get to battle with a cat crying out loud, need I say more? I's a good game for those looking for a challenge and A LOT of action.
This game is the best game i have ever played for PSP, i only have 300 hours logged into this game but without a dent in it at all.
This game is absolute awesome!
This is a very good game. I like every thing about it. it's not easy, very good graphics, the monsters are easy and hard. this is just a great game and it's my favorite in the whole series because it's just fun. it's really hard which is good because i am tired of getting stuck and then getting unstuck. if you get stuck in a monster hunter title you have to build better armors and weapons and try again. This is a great series overall. I can't wait for monster hunter 4! Keep on playing gamers!
Hours apon hours were spent on this game collecting armor, weapons And conquering the seemingly un-conquerable. my only problem is i cant find any multiplayer! someone tell me if there is a way to conect to people across the nation
Best PSP Game
this game is very fun and hard at the same time. I enjoyed playing the game and working for the weapons and armor. This is one of those game that you may get suck on more then once but great for long car rides and if your bored. This game will get you mad sometimes but overall it is a must buy for the PSP
the best of the best
this is the best game for the psp i have . the game is the only one that i would get the next game in of it for the psp ,vita,3ds and maybe the wii. the only thing playstation could do is get portable 3rd out because it was about 2 years scince it was relased in japan and i want it in english or a other language i understand than a language i don't understand. i must say this is the first game i wanted scince my cousin showed me. a hint of advice most of the monsters are stronger than they look and a fylene gets lazy if it works out and fights monsters after a period of time also first learn a new monsters moves than head straight on and fight you will die quickly if you do i been there and always have at least 1000z for missions and other needed items like a whetstone.
Impossible to know where to begin. This game will seriously challenge any player who attempts to pick it up. I got it because a friend told me to and I thank him almost every day for pointing me in it's direction. You've got thousands of the coolest looking weapons and suits of armor that you will have to craft out of materials that you gather and there are many many ways to gather materials. Carving fallen monsters, working your farm, gathering resources in the quest field, etc. The graphics are amazing on the PSP and just about everything looks cool in the game world. Gameplay is very hardcore and challenging. There are several weapon types each with their own unique fighting style and you'll have to find which style(s) suit you best on your own. For new players there is the Training School where you can go to learn just about everything in hands-on practice sessions. It helps a lot. As for your targets: There are over 80 different monsters in this game, making it the largest Monster Hunter out there. 100 hours of gameplay in and you will not have even imagined what other foes lie in store for you ahead. You've got harmless little vegan monsters that don't pay you any attention, then you have packs of raptors and boars that will do their best to hinder your progress. And then you have giant apes and wyverns as well as massive flying dragons that will come at you full force who will either knock you unconscious and send you back home or will have their hides turned into the very armor you wear on your back. Several monsters have subspecies versions of them that appear to just be of a different color, however all these subspecies behave differently from their counterparts. Higher aggression, more speed, extra moves...you won't get bored. Meanwhile you take time during the quest to gather resources through mining, digging, fishing, bugcatching. Everything you kill can be carved for a variety of materials used in both armor/weapon crafting as well as items you create yourself through combining that will help you hunt. The game is big, it will take hundreds of hours of gameplay (500+ from what I've read. 250 into it myself and still playing religiously) if you love it but if you don't even give it a good chance you'll be taking it back into Gamestop the next day for a full refund with no idea of what you're missing. I did that with MHF2 years ago. MHFU is basically the same game with a crapload of extra stuff including weapons, maps, features and monsters. If you've always loved Monster Hunter this is the next one you gotta get, it's the best. If you have a PSP and want to truly enjoy the system for a good long time, this is the game to do it with.
I love this game.
I completly love this game. It's ealily frustrating. It could even make god angry. One Wyvern i would not suggest fighting without experience would definently have to be the nargacuga.He will just make you want to scream and throw your psp, But don't. Here's a hint to help take it down though use a great sword and attack the tail. Remember a dragon without it's tail isn't a dragon at all. Oh and by the way keep an eye out when you're in the desert at night cause if you use the well there's a glitch that will drop you from time to time into the water during high tide and you'll come face to face with a pleseoth. So just be carful. P.S. there is one more thing i should say though when and if you get the curage to fight a tigrex remember just like the nargacuga go for the tail!!!!
This game has kept me entertained for a 13-day road trip. With hundreds of hours of gameplay, you literally never get bored.
A Great challenge.
I bought this game, for my PSP 3000. I got it because my friend wanted me to buy it. I am glad I did. I have about 90 hours played time already. I still have lots to do. I love this game because there is so much time you can put in to it, and there is alot of armor and weapons you can make. I think this is great for hardcore gamers. It is a challenge, but that is why i like it. the graphics are great to!