- Dec 29, 2012
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Im gonna give my own impressions and opinion of MHW and what i feel till now towards the game in general.
....remember english is not my native language so excuse my grammar and short vocabulary to express everything i want to.
Lets start from the base,
Hardware - i know that many have complained about all the high end requirements to run the game appropiatly, and its true.
But like i said before it runs smooth or thats what you feel when playing it. Of course this is my own experience with my specs.
Somehow they should release a patch making the game better optimized so everyone can enjoy it with no problems running it at 1080p
being the most common resolution nowadays.
Now lets go for the main matter...
You have the story campaign, challenging missions, lot of quests that comes along with a huge amount of hrs ingame for enjoy,
add to that the co-op option, something to make the game more interactive and fun.
MHW is not a triple A game ....but whats a triple A game for you when most of the common known AAA dont deliver what
we are waiting for.
MHW did it!! everything we like from the series and more, making it more appealing for new gamers that want to try their first time
in this franchise.
I wont make a comparison among them but bringing the point can help many to understand or have a glimpse of what Monster Hunter is.
Being a RPG it doesnt have the inmersion and seriousness from the witcher series storyline neither the wicked ambient and rough gameplay of Dark Souls.
It is in his own league Action /adventure RPG with a refreshing gameplay to enjoy a fantasy world of collosus monsters and beautiful enviroments
Graphics + Maps design >
they go oustanding well together, I dont know if ive been hyped since the announcement
of the MHW release for pc but sincerely i feel like they delivered what all veterans were waiting for.
Its beautiful and colorful in all aspects. The interaction player - map is great. Maybe first timers in the game dont get what im talking
but can have that kind of feeling too. The maps are created in such way you can escape but you can be chased too through narrows passages
for big monsters and that makes it more interesting, cuz you can watch a Big one ( ANJANATH for ex.) crouch, and crawl after you. But you can lure them to zones
where youll have more advantage for the fight like traps or high points for jumping on them etc.
My hardware does his best to push those 60fps at 1440p, and i have no complains in my experience.
It feels MONSTER HUNTER theres nothing that makes me think the opposite.
They made the game, lets not say easier for 1st timers but in a way practical for veterans...
lets put as example just something and many veterans are gonna laugh if they get my point..
WHETSTONES!!!!!!! ffs WHETSTONES !!!!!!! THANKS YOU SO MUCH!!!!!!!!
For those who dont know you had to farm and go to expeditions to look for the most basic item in the game , WHETSTONES.
the crafting of potions most of the times goes auto like traps or flashbombs once you get them.
PICKAXE IS NOW INFINITY TOO!!!!! and like whetstones doesnt take a cel in your inventory.
MHW always have been a grinding, farming game in which you need the farm and dedicate more time and attention than the main story itself.
In this one we have Investigations, bounties research, arena challenges and each one gives you different elements, prizes, loot and items that youll need .
If you try to go through the main story only, youre gonna hit the wall faster than you thought . Plus IMO the repetitive gameplay is not worthless
is made to nurture your skills because rushing to reach highrank will take you nowhere. We have plenty of weapons and fighting styles but
the essential point in MH is the Monsters. You need to learn everything about them like fav spots on the map, speed , attack patterns, resistance and weakness to elements
and of course you have to like them, that way youll gonna enjoy the fight and the hunt.
Dont blame the game , dont blame the monsters if you get your a.. kicked.
In my experience the game is well balanced. if youre not prepared
( SKILLS-GADGETS-WEAPONS-ARMOR-ELEMENT RESISTANCE WISE + EAT A NICE COOKED DISH TO INCREASE YOUR HP>STAMINA>DEF>AT)
youre gonna get punished real hard.
Another thing to add is the feeling and style of a japanese RPG. Reading and putting attention to dialogues and specifications of items helps a lot.
Forging and upgrading is a must and then youll realize that killing a monster 1 time wont give you enough materials to upgrade your weapon or forge
the full armor set you want.
I dont have the knowledge to make such wonderful reviews like..... @rtwjunkie and many other from our What are you playing Thread,
But i said i was gonna make the effort to give my best opinion and here it is.
Its the game worth $60, for veterans i think that 200% , for first timers in this franchise yep 100%
call it whatever you want , console port, console gam, bad optimized whatever....
But theres something you cant take from it and is that IT is a success. the game didn't dissapoint those i know that where waiting for it and was
well received for those who played it for 1st time. I hope they continue delivering and making this awesome world bigger, more challenging and beautiful.
Just want more content, dont care on graphics improvements at all. I just reached High rank after 34 hrs and my interest in the game is just growing.
Thanks for reading.