Monster Hunter Freedom

Monster Hunter Freedom
Console Sony PSP
Publisher Capcom
Developer Capcom
Genre Action , Role-Playing
Region Japan
Downloads 11,045
Size 589.77 M
Released May 23, 2006
4.7/5 (4 votes)
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Monster Hunter Freedom is a port of Monster Hunter G, a sequel to the original Monster Hunter – more of a director’s cut of the game. While much of the game is similar to the Playstation 2 original, numerous additions have occurred. There are now more quests, monsters, weapons, armor, and areas around town to take advantage of. You now own a farm located just outside of town. You’ll have access to mining veins, bug catching spots, a fishing dock, and a garden. This means you can now gather materials between missions, which does not eliminate the need to collect items while on the hunt but makes it less of a hassle. The training school is another different area. You can participate in hunts with specific restrictions, such as having a particular item and equipment layout and having to take on larger prey in a shorter time limit. It’s difficult to say, but it opens up the possibility of developing unique and powerful new weapons. Later in the game, you can go on some insanely tricky hunts. The new creatures range from having new colors (with new armor options to match) to entirely new monsters (like a battle-worn wyvern with a substantial mean streak). As a bonus, you can create new types of armor from these new critters and more armor from classic monsters (in some cases). The PSP’s controls are a bit different. While the PSP lacks two shoulder buttons and a second analog stick, players can still play by pressing two face buttons rather than swinging the right analog stick. While holding the right shoulder button blocks (or charges to attack if you’re using a hammer), Triangle, Circle, and Triangle and Circle combined unleash three different types of attacks. Ad-hoc multiplayer is the only option, so there’s no going online to form a hunting party.

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