Monster Hunter Generations
While it’s not as essential as Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate was, those wanting to keep in the loop should seriously consider picking up a copy. While some of the bonus features do little to spice up the core game, there’s an embarrassment of riches to be found in the sheer volume of content on offer.
Generations is a last, wonderful gasp of life for this aging Monster Hunter engine. If you’ve been on the fence, now is the perfect time to hop aboard.
An incredible "best of" Monster Hunter, with a huge amount of content, new styles to keep veterans happy and a few nods to everyone who wants to get into the Monster Hunter party.
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The Monster Hunter franchise continues to grow in popularity with each subsequent entry and Monster Hunter Generations should help elevate that even further.
Monster Hunter Generations is a great action-RPG for longstanding fans and newcomers who want a challenge like nothing they’ve played before.
The new mechanics and features — well welcomed — don’t make up for just how overly familiar everything feels, or the overall lack of new monsters and material, and I’m not sure if Generations ever entirely justifies itself.
Capcom’s brilliant Nintendo DS series about hunting fearsome creatures just got even better – but it still might not be for everyone
Monster Hunter Generations is the pinnacle of a great series
Monster Hunter Generations is a great game, though newer players might get hung up early on once the training wheels come off and the bigger monsters come out to play. Veterans of the series should be able to dive right in after learning about the new mechanics and should find a rather enjoyable game that requires a lot of skill to master.
With the reuse of multiple locales and enemy monsters, I was hoping for a bit more variety in this game, but in the end, it still all adds up to a really enjoyable time for both veterans as well as newcomers.