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Monster Hunter Generations + Figure

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About the Game

This software bundle includes Monster Hunter Generations and a Monster Hunter Figures Plus Vol.4. Please note: each box will contain only 1 randomly selected figure from the 6 figures that are available. Colours and styles may vary.

Do battle with fierce beasts, acquire powerful new abilities, and team up with other hunters in local and online* multiplayer for up to four players. The new Hunting Style system and Hunter Arts create the most customisable Monster Hunter experience yet, and for the first time you an option to play as a Felyne!

Release Date: 15 July 2016

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Please note: Monster Hunter Figures Plus Vol.4 - each box will contain only 1 randomly selected figure from the 6 figures that are available. Colours and styles may vary.

About the Game

About the Game

Monster Hunter Generations

Do battle with fierce beasts, acquire powerful new abilities, and team up with other hunters in local and online* multiplayer for up to four players. The new Hunting Style system and Hunter Arts create the most customisable Monster Hunter experience yet, and, for the first time ever, you have the option to play as a Felyne!






With Hunting Styles you can now tailor your chosen hunter to how you want to play by selecting from four very different styles. Whether it’s focusing on mounting monsters by selecting Aerial Style, or maximising the Hunter Arts abilities that can be equipped with the Striker Style, there’s a way of play to suit every player.









Hunter Arts are spectacular special moves which can provide a powerful offensive flurry, a quick escape from attack, or even a helpful healing boost for you and your teammates. Unleashing a Hunter Art at the right time can often make the difference in tight battles against powerful monsters.








You’ll encounter a roster of new, challenging monsters including The Fated Four, an elite group of powerful monsters posing a major threat to each of the game’s four villages, plus some returning favourites. Special Deviant Monsters such as the Dreadqueen Rathian and Grimclaw Tigrex also return with new traits and abilities to challenge the most seasoned of hunters.








There are 21 different hunting locations which are a blend of both new and enhanced fan-favourites, including some never before seen in the west. There's also collaboration content including special themed collaboration costumes and weapons for Hunters and Prowlers, based on popular series such as Fire Emblem and more.

Product Details






  • Platform: Nintendo 3DS
  • Release Date: 15/07/2016
  • Category: RPG
  • Players: 1-4
  • Age Rating: 12 and over
  • Publisher: Capcom
  • Developer: Capcom
  • Languages: English

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Monster Hunter Generations

Monster Hunter Generations - A Brand New Type Of Hunter

Monster Hunter Generations lands on Nintendo 3DS on 15th July alongside a special edition New Nintendo 3DS XL.

Monster Hunter Generations - Hunting Styles

Monster Hunter Generations is coming to Nintendo 3DS this summer!

Monster Hunter Generations - Prowler Trailer

Monster Hunter Generations is coming to Nintendo 3DS this summer!

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Reviews

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145 reviews

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Sound
9.3
Gameplay
9.4
Challenge
9.0
Replay Value / Length
9.3
Overall rating
9.4
Scores 9.4 out of 10 based on 145 reviews
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10 out of 10

Andreas

Bradford GB
An awesome game with beautiful scenery and environments. Remarkable monsters you have to slay and it does not let you get bored. It gets more challenging as you progress, the more you play the more you get absorbed to it. Overall an amazing expirience.
Confirmed purchase: 21 March 2017
Published on: 04 April 2017
10 out of 10

Connor

Downham Market GB
Do not regret the purchase what so ever, every aspect of my experience with it has been perfectly solid.
Confirmed purchase: 31 August 2016
Published on: 22 September 2016
9 out of 10

Vincent

GB
It comes to my attention that there is something the series has been lacking for some time, something I hope will be considered for future installments in this fantastic game series. A library.

One thing myself and fellow monster hunters find ourselves doing a lot is going on a Wiki page to look for information. Be it where to find certain items or what likelihood you have of getting certain carves from certain monsters or what types they are weak to. While some of this can be picked up while playing the game, some of it cannot be so easily and even the parts that are can soon be forgotten if you haven't been playing for awhile.

Rather than just being given the information, like everything in Monster Hunter, it has to be earned. Be it though repeatedly fighting and capturing the same monsters and doing quests in the same locations you slowly gain more information on those monsters and locations. Or perhaps have it gained through talking to NPC's and doing specific "Research Quests" much like how the food and farms are improved in previous games. Seeing as in the games you work with the Wycadamy it would make sense for the information that is gathered to be available for reference and outside of the game it would make the game more immersive as you would no longer need to look things up on a Wiki.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
Confirmed purchase: 13 July 2016
Published on: 05 September 2016
9 out of 10

Confirmed purchaser

swagsville GB
its real neato like peps sayin its a best of monster hunter type of thing but yea that isn't a bad thing since it's like the BEST ya know. but for what ever reason I feel the monsters have gotten easier, maybe I just got gud. but like Tigrex isn't really a challenge anymore which is a shame since I feared the fudge outta her back in the day, making her kills more rewarding. getting gud has its downfalls.
Confirmed purchase: 13 July 2016
Published on: 03 September 2016

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