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Multi Monster Hunter: World

Discussion in 'Gaming' started by Hex, 10 Feb 2018.

  1. Hex

    Hex Paul?! Super Moderator

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    Surprisingly we don't seem to have a thread for this. It's not out on PC until at least Autumn, but I know a few of us are playing it on console already.



    I'd never played a Monster Hunter before, but tried out the betas with some friends and it was fairly ridiculous :hehe: I was planning to wait until it came out on PC, but I was gifted a copy on PS4 so I'm struggling with a game style I never play (I only really play shooters and things like SDV/MTaP) and a controller that's a bit broken and that I hate. So... it's interesting to say the least!

    It is fun with friends, the way the multiplayer works is a bit frustrating at times, but I'm slowly getting used to it. Having a squad really helps as now I can just sign in and search for a squad session and not have to enter an alphanumeric code from a friend every time (no, really). You also have to solo most quests until you trigger the monster cut-scene and then friends can join you. Really not sure why they couldn't just let people join you from the start and see the cut-scene again, but whatever. I've noticed quite a few things like that, the one I find most annoying though is that I have to skip a tonne of dialogue every single time I talk to an NPC just to get to their menu even if I accidentally backed out of it seconds ago... :eyebrow: They're planning to keep it going with free updates, so it looks like there's going to be a lot of content to keep players happy.

    If you haven't played a Monster Hunter before, the game doesn't really tell you much. You're going to want to watch some beginner guides or accept that you'll reach end-game and then find out something that would've made the entire game more enjoyable if only you'd known about it! I definitely recommend going through all the settings as soon as you can. You can mess with the HUD and personally I found the mini-map a lot easier once I let it rotate. Usually I like them fixed, but then I realised I also usually play first-person games and this one, being third-person, doesn't rotate the cone when you move the camera and I kept getting confused!

    If you're still undecided, but like cats. The game has many cats!



    I haven't finished the story yet, but I just dressed my Palico in a furry onesie with a cape and I put Poogie (town piggy) in a bright pink and green frog costume. So I'm happy now. End-game achieved! :clap:


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  2. Sketchee

    Sketchee Suddenly, looters! Hundreds of 'em!

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    I’ve played the PSP and wii u monster hunters and thoroughly enjoyed them. Sadly I don’t own a PS4 but this game looks right up my street so very excited for when it comes to PC. Except that’s bloody ages away...
     
  3. suenstar

    suenstar Collector of Things

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    Monster Hunter World has become my main game for this year so far, completely hooked by the challenge of taking down some of the really difficult monsters. So far I've clocked about 46 hours in the game across about 3 weeks, usually hopping on after work and picking 3-4 monsters to hunt for a couple of hours.
    It has definitely made me spend a lot more time on my PS4, I've barely even thought about gaming on my PC since starting this.

    Really like how the Palico allies are able to adapt to support you in combat situations, made even more adaptable by the tools you can unlock for them.
    I've lost track of the number of times my cat has saved me from being stomped by an angry monster when I'm stun locked... he selflessly runs in the way of the charging beast to knock me out of the way.

    Just finished taking down the final boss for the story, Xeno'jiiva... it was a bit disappointing for a final boss as some of the previous monsters were far more difficult to manoeuvre around their attacks, whereas with Xeno you could just stay underneath for 90% of the fight and not get touched.
    Teostra and Bazelgeuse have been the most challenging monsters to fight, they've been way more aggressive than any other monster I've had to deal with.
     

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