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Monster Hunter Tri (Wii)

Monster Hunter Tri (Wii)
alaScore 94

161 reviews

Oct, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 161 reviews from magazines and websites. Comments about the action and story are generally positive. The multi player mode and graphics are also appreciated.

gameplay, graphics, multi player, story, action

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo Wii Games the Monster Hunter Tri (Wii) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 94/100 = Excellent quality.

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Amazon.co.uk review summary for Monster Hunter Tri (Wii)

 

alaTest has collected and analysed 15 user reviews of Monster Hunter Tri (Wii) from Amazon.co.uk. The average user rating for this product is 4.3/5, compared to an average user rating of 3.8/5 for other Nintendo Wii Games on Amazon.co.uk.

gameplay, value for money, multi player, story

93% of the reviews on Amazon.co.uk give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the products: Monster Hunter Tri with Classic Controller Pro (Wii)Monster Hunter Tri with Classic Controller Pro and Speak Limited Bundle (Wii)

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The first Monster Hunter on the Wii. It's monster hunting season!

Monster Hunter Tri does enough things right to position itself as a great console game. Tri has a lot of fun packed in a system that is daunting but rewards perseverance. While the hunting of monsters may seem like a classic video game occupation, Tri...

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One of Japan's biggest franchises has hit the Wii. Should American gamers be interested?

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Monster Hunter Tri

 

The Monster Hunter franchise is popular. This Capcom franchise is one of the top selling titles in Japan, outselling even the likes of Mario and Dragon Quest. While this series has yet to gain the same traction in the United States (or Europe, for that...

Monster Hunter Tri has a lot of things going for it. It's the biggest adventure game on the Wii, has phenomenal graphics and offers gamers a robust online experience. Unfortunately it also has control issues, no story and a frustrating difficulty. Even...

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There is little out there that matches the feeling of accomplishment the Monster Hunter franchise delivers.? Never heavy on narrative or characters, the goal of each game has always been to find the biggest, meanest-looking thing out there and kill it,...

Though the beginning is long-winded, players who make it through will find themselves equipped to deal with some of the most fearsome beasts in video game history.

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If you're a novice, would-be Bronze Age warrior, seek out an online chieftain.

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Monster Hunter Tri Review

 

One of the best Wii games to date.

Immersive; exhilariting combat; hours upon hours of gameplay

Multiplayer merely ok; some control issues

Monster Hunter Tri is a game the Wii has needed for years now. It is, I think, a brilliant game despite cries from series faithful that this version has been "dumbed down" when in actuality it has been streamlined and made accessible to a wider,...

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Did you play the Monster Hunter Tri demo? If not, don't bother. It sucked. Okay, that's subjective, but it's definitely fair to say that the Monster Hunter Tri demo did not accurately represent t...

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Monster Hunter's impressive success in Japan has made it something of a mystery in the west. Like Dragon Quest, this series of action/adventure/role playing games never quite made it big here, despite several tries by publisher Capcom. We'll just have...

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Monster Hunter Tri, the latest installment in Capcom's insanely popular franchise, reminds me very much of Phantasy Star Online, the Sega Dreamcast title that was one of the earliest examples of a game that let players go online and quest with other...

Monster Hunter Tri brings a deep, complex (albeit difficult), single-player game and combines it with a full-featured online component that will keep players engaged for a long time.

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The world is filled with strange, wonderful creatures for you to kill.

Monster Hunter Tri’s initial draw is its wildlife, an awesome array of fictional beasts, all imaginary offshoots of prehistoric life. Finding, cataloging, and eventually defeating these creatures with friends is an appealing undertaking. The underlying...