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Monster Hunter Freedom (PSP)

Monster Hunter Freedom (PSP)
alaScore 77

16 reviews

Jul, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 16 reviews from magazines and websites.

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(Based on 16 reviews)

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Monster Hunter Freedom Sony PSP Review

 

The music isn't quite as up to snuff, however. It will get on your nerves very fast. For the first few hours you will be happy but it gets very old, very fast. When you visit the same zone time and time again, you will quickly begin to tire of the same...

Lots of side activities. Looks great

Controls like crap, mostly

If you're trying to find a copy of Monster Hunter Freedom by Capcom, I wish you the best of luck. It has become quite the rare game these days. Probably the only rare game for the PSP. I've seen it go for up to $80 on eBay. You would think that if a...

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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 Review

 

Capcom's popular series makes its way to the PlayStation Portable in style.

It's so frustrating to lean a game on its "should'ves" instead of its "already dids", if you will. Monster Hunter Freedom is very different from most of the games on the market, and it's just as enjoyable a game as the PS2 edition that arrived a few...

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Monster Hunter: Freedom PSP Review

 

The PS2 version of Monster Hunter was a solid title, which if not for some big downfalls could have been an amazing game. Monster Hunter: Freedom is a remixed version of said game so of course has some welcome improvements, unfortunately not where it...

Unless you're a diehard monster hunter or are desperate to play the game on the move, Monster Hunter: Freedom is hard to recommend to those of you who already have the PS2 version. The new additions – whilst pleasant enough – hardly make it worth...

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Monster Hunter Freedom (PSP) review

 

Grab your sword and helmet and join the ranks, novice hunter - there be monsters in them thar hills!

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Monster Hunter: Freedom

 

Like an epic Pokémon for adults, Capcom’s recent Monster Hunter on the PS2 blended the beast-collecting fun of Nintendo’s handheld hit with beautifully-crafted RPG elements, in turn offering players a deeply satisfying and unique experience. And...

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Stupidly Overrated

 

I headed into Monster Hunter with an open mind. It's one of the most popular games on the PSP in Japan, leading the software charts on PSP by a massive stretch. However, after a short stint with the game, I fail to see why. Monster Hunter plays like...

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gameplay... can i have some please

 

I had heard great things about this, and boy what a let down. Dull, repetative, and thats the good things i have to say about this. Seriously though, graphically it looks nice. its not far off a console standard, but that not enough. Looking good...

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Poor Attempt

 

didn't like this game at all. graphics poor, game play poor. Yuk!

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Awesome game!

 

My son and I both have this game as we both played the original Monster Hunter on the PS2. It does take time to get into, so if you want to start slaying giant dragons from the start this isn't for you. If you don't mind putting in the effort the...

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