Monster Hunter 3, or Monster Hunter Tri is the third installment in Capcom’s Monster Hunter franchise. The Monster Hunter 3 video game is only available for the Nintendo Wii but despite this console limitation the game makes up for in playability. The Monster Hunter 3 video game can be purchased for as little as $45.35 from new egg.com. As the third game in the series the creators added 18 new beats for gamers to battle.
The Monster Hunter 3 video game drops players in an immense world to search for mythical looking beasts and kill them. The game is based around a role playing strategy genre and players who pickup Monster Hunter 3 can expect Capcom to deliver on a true RPG style game that incorporates action type combat.
The Monster Hunter 3 video game has some of the most vivid and eye catching graphics around the Wii scene. The game designers did an extremely well job of creating a beautiful world that takes players from the ground, to underwater to the air. When playing the game for the first time I was almost awestruck on how well the graphics appeared. This is definitely a game for the family’s high definition television.
In review of Monster Hunter 3 gameplay I would have to say that is less than user friendly. There is a definite learning curve when a new player first picks up the game. For parents and prospective players, if your kids or you are playing games like Blizzard Entertainments World of War Craft everyone should have an easy time playing Monster Hunter 3.
In review of Monster Hunter 3’s re-playability I would rate it at a B+. During the game you build up a lot of items and skills and while players don’t even have to replay the game I can see it being a very enjoyable replay. Once players have the controls down for Monster Hunter 3 and the game concepts the rest is very enjoyable. Also, one nice feature of Monster Hunter 3 is it gives players a large amount of options to get gear and also make weapons and armor.
Monster Hunter 3 has an online play feature which adds to the games enjoyably immensely. First of all instead of battling against monster and large beasts alone you can pair up with your friend’s. Lastly, while playing online, gamers can gather new items to use in the offline parts of the game.
In review of Monster Hunter 3 overall quality I would give the game 8 out of 10. For online play Monster Hunter 3 earns 9 out of 10. Graphics in this game deserve a solid 10 out of 10.
In conclusion, Monster Hunter 3 is a great game for the Nintendo Wii if you are prepared to spend a decent amount of time learn the flow of the game and don’t get frustrated easily with often daunting and focus intensive tasks. It has a solid graphical design and the controls are actually very well thought out if you can manage to learn them. Monster Hunters 3 has been given a Teen rating by ESRB.