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Monster Hunter World: 47 Changes Only Fans Will Notice

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  1. I am really keen to buy this game and jump into this world of hunters for the very first time. I've been looking a lot of reviews and one word I cannot stress enough that comes out in many reviews is _grinding_. I love to go deep into a game and it needs to give me the hardcore players hours that I look from these kind of games. Grind towards something better and reach there without WAITING and doing nothing (cough wow), that is what I want. Lot of content and time well spent sounds nice and that "killing mythical creatures to make shoes.." cracked me up! XD I'm laughing little too much tbh, ty for this review! Will definitely try this game!! Vacation starts nicely right after the release.. Time to bunker indoors, Monster Hunter World, let's see what you got to offer!!

  2. It sounded more like a comparison with the previous version (which I had personally never heard about) instead of a full review. Yes, he touched on the visuals (which aren't that great for 2018 IMO) and some gaming aspects but far too often it was about how this game compares to its predecessor.

  3. Love this game. It is the perfect embodiment of what a growing game should be. It is not a "games as a service" experience (per se) since other games with such a title usually implement micro-transactions and are released with minimal content (like the insults called No Man's Sky and Sea of Thieves). This game was worth the $60 asking price (having enough content for a 100+ hour playthrough for me), and Capcom keeps rolling out new content for it's players, to interact with new monsters and to earn more unique crossover skins/armor. I still have yet to break 200+ hours, but I recently came back to the game after taking a break and fell in love with it all over again.


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