Monday, 26 April 2010

Monster Hunter Tri Given 89% In NGamer

Games magazine NGamer has reviewed Monster Hunter Tri and given the game a rating of 89%. Some of the snippets from the review are as follows:
"Moga Island's clifftop vista is an amazing sight. The orchestra even swells to make sure you get the point."

"From mountainous heights to baked desert soil, Monster Hunter could be subtitled Ten Places To See Before You Get Eaten."
If Monster Hunter Tri is going to be criticised for anything, it's its slow, somewhat clunky start.
"Initially, handling is horrible. A great sword chop is so slow that enemies often wander off by the time it lands. When the enemy in question is a tortoise-slow Aptonoth, this is embarrassing."

"But Monster Hunter Tri is about learning. Over time, monster behaviour becomes recognisable and attack strategies emerge."
Seems to be fairly positive and coming from a non-official magazine I’d like to believe they would be a little more objective when reviewing the game. Pick it up if you have a Wii and are able.

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