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Monster Hunter Freedom (PSP)

Monster Hunter Freedom (PSP)
alaScore 86

56 reviews

Apr, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 56 reviews from magazines and websites.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation Portable Games (PSP) the Monster Hunter Freedom (PSP) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 86/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 56 reviews)

Expert Reviews  

User Reviews  

Showing 1 - 10 of 21 Show Reviews: in English | in other languages (23)

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Monster Hunter Freedom 2 (PSP)


It may not sound like it, but Monster Hunter Freedom 2 is perfectly named. Like its title, the game is a hodgepodge of elements crammed together without a trace of grace, elegance, or even coherence. Half the game is hunting monsters. The other half is...

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Monster Hunter Freedom Unite (PSP)


Monster Hunter Freedom for the PlayStation Portable is virtually a straight port of Monster Hunter G, which itself was a slightly beefed up, Japan-only version of Capcom's original Land of the Lost-meets-anime dungeon crawler for the PlayStation 2. In...

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Important Importables Review: Monster Hunter Portable 2nd G for PSP


As in all Monster Hunter games, Monster Hunter Portable 2nd G starts with a nameless, amateur monster hunter. You customize him or her to your liking, then start your new life in a small, rural town. Your goal is to become a master hunter, capable of...

400 missions to take and tons of monsters to slay. You can customize your character with tons of equipment, as well as get a Felyne friend who you can also equip and take with you on hunts. You can take on massive hunts where you go after multiple...

No online multiplayer unless you use Adhoc Party for PlayStation Portable. Sometimes the camera can be finicky when out hunting in the field


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Monster Hunter Freedom Unite Review


Did I pack everything? I know I forgot something.

Mind-bogglingly deep; Beautiful graphics; Hundreds of hours of gameplay

Mind bogglingly complex; That damn camera

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Monster Hunters Assemble


Monster Hunter Freedom Unite might not be an entirely new game, but that doesn't stop it from rocking.

Right, so enough bitching about what could or should have happened. Monster Hunter Freedom Unite is here, and it's a ridiculously deep experience. The single-player, such as it is, really only exists to provide a tutorial, a bit of grinding and now,...

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Monster Hunter: Freedom review for the PSP


Pretty sights and sounds; A load of items and weapons to collect

Frustrating, clunky combat; Frequent load times; Repetitive quest farming; Lacks online play

Sadly, the PSP version does away with the online support that made the other version of this game more enjoyable. It does have Ad Hoc multiplayer play for up to four, but that's not nearly as useful as the Infrastructure the game desperately needs. The...

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Monster Hunter Freedom


Kill it, wear it, live it: the life of a Monster Hunter.

Distinctive prehistoric survivalist setting and aesthetic; enough content to soak up weeks of your time

Mild camera and control issues; online multiplayer is sorely missed

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Monster Hunter Freedom


If you can get over the fact that there is no real online mode, you'll find a single player experience will keep you busy for months. The wayward camera and lack of a lock-on feature takes the shine off what is otherwise a very engaging title

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Easily one of the best games for psp


This game is just saturated with content. For single player you have 5 levels of quests, with at least 10 quests in each level. Then you can go into the multiplayer guild and play as a single player. Here there are literally countless quests. There is...

ADHOC multiplayer, Amazing graphics, lots of content, amazing cut scenes

The camera is a pain in some areas

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its ok to hunt monsters w/ fear


i d like it because of its graffix

its very interesting

um i could not see the lp of the monsters

Product Specifications

Non-stop adventures await you in the land of ferocious bloodthirsty beasts. Experience breathtaking graphics, immersive gameplay and action packed battles.


ESRB Rating:Teen (13+)


Compatibility:Game console
Manufacturer:Capcom Entertainment
Packaged Quantity:1
Product Line:Monster Hunter


Package Type:Retail


Game Console Compatibility:Sony PlayStation Portable
License Category:Shrinkwrap
License Pricing:Standard
License Qty:1 user
License Type:Complete package
Subcategory:Games - action