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Review: Monster Hunter Rise – A New Apex For Capcom’s Beastly Franchise

A new Nintendo Switch classic has risen.

This encounter felt fated. Written in the stars. Ever since the Nintendo Switch was revealed in late 2016, one pervasive thought has been: “How great is Monster Hunter going to be?” While we saw the release of Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate in 2018, it was just a port of the 3DS title that was previously Japan-exclusive; it hadn’t been built from the ground-up with the Nintendo Switch in mind. But Monster Hunter Rise is different; as a flagship title in the series, it’s the first one to land on Nintendo Systems in over six years, since the release of Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate. But unlike the aforementioned spin-off title, it comes with heaps of quality-of-life changes that were previously seen in Monster Hunter: World, and much more.

Boasting over 30 monsters in its roster, rivalling the original release of Monster Hunter: World, Rise looks to shake up the usual ‘hunt, carve, craft and repeat’ cycle with a few new significant tricks up its sleeve that completely change how you play the game.

Read the full article on nintendolife.com

A new Nintendo Switch classic has risen.

This encounter felt fated. Written in the stars. Ever since the Nintendo Switch was revealed in late 2016, one pervasive thought has been: “How great is Monster Hunter going to be?” While we saw the release of Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate in 2018, it was just a port of the 3DS title that was previously Japan-exclusive; it hadn’t been built from the ground-up with the Nintendo Switch in mind. But Monster Hunter Rise is different; as a flagship title in the series, it’s the first one to land on Nintendo Systems in over six years, since the release of Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate. But unlike the aforementioned spin-off title, it comes with heaps of quality-of-life changes that were previously seen in Monster Hunter: World, and much more.

Boasting over 30 monsters in its roster, rivalling the original release of Monster Hunter: World, Rise looks to shake up the usual ‘hunt, carve, craft and repeat’ cycle with a few new significant tricks up its sleeve that completely change how you play the game.

Read the full article on nintendolife.com

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