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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 01:36pm 29/08/18 | 0 Comments
With Monster Hunter World (our review) released earlier this year for consoles that aren't called Nintendo Switch, it presented a new and somewhat modern take on Capcom's classic RPG series. And now with the release of Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate for the Switch, the hunt finally comes to Nintendo's console - but in a best-of or old-school compilation sort of way.

Which isn't a bad thing - as our resident Monster Hunter super-fan Alex 'pikamus' Andreadis found out.
And speaking of monsters, the sheer amount of monsters in this version is insane - with the number of 93 floating around on reddit, making the line-up the most ever for a Monster Hunter game. Now, as to why this is an insane number is because each monster offers its own mats to farm and fighting strategies to learn. Not only that but the individuality between them is impressive, and 3DS port or not the monster animations, lighting, and texture work still hold holds up. Some have been given new animations and attacks too, and have seen their detail improved over the handheld version. Err, other handheld.

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