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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 05:27pm 19/06/09 | 3 Comments
AusGamers was lucky enough to score one of the world's first reviews of Monster Hunter Freedom Unite for PSP and so gave the task to our heady handheld aficionado, James Cottee.

If you like games seemingly without an end, and a serious challenge to boot, Capcom's Monster Hunter Freedom Unite is most definitely worth checking out. Not only does it offer something in the vicinity of 500+ hours of gameplay (for the truly hardcore), it's portable!

For our full review, hit this link. For more info and media, check out our game page.

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Steve Farrelly
Posted 05:52pm 19/6/09
Aw yeah, AusGamers' exclusivity in the house! Get used to it peeps, we're working hard to start scoring stuff before anyone else!
Posted 05:59pm 19/6/09
Thats a really terrible title that your digg link got.
Steve Farrelly
Posted 06:34pm 19/6/09
yer, fixing it now
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