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Monster Hunter Freedom

Post by ☆spooks on Sat Aug 07, 2010 10:21 pm

Monster Hunter Freedom
Monster Hunter Freedom is an action role-playing game for the PlayStation Portable. The game's aim is to complete quests given by various people in the goal of attaining higher and more prestigious hunting ranks. This game is the third installation in the Monster Hunter series and is based mostly on the second game, Monster Hunter G. However, this game contains many changes in order to allow playing through most quests alone. It has been criticized for its unusually long loading-screens and its slow pacing, both of which have been improved in the sequel.


Just like it's predecessors, Monster Hunter and Monster Hunter G, this game revolves around the player completing quests and gathering materials to upgrade their equipment in order to advance. The more rare the items and equipment, the stronger the main physical aspects of the character will be. Unlike other hack 'n' slash games, this game requires planning, study, passion, and skill in order to overcome large monsters instead of brute force. There are many weapons with which the hunter can use to bring down the monsters, these are sword and shield, greatsword, dual swords, hammer, lance, bowgun and the heavy bowgun. Each requires a variety of items to create which are acquired by completing quests, and collecting the spoils carved from monsters or found on the ground.

In this mode the player can do village elder quests, and enter the Offline Gathering Hall to do guild quests by themselves, and buy items to aid in the completion of the quest.

If players enter the Online Gathering Hall they can go on quests with other monster hunter players via the PSP's adhoc. They can exchange guild cards which keep track of the characters stats. They can also go on treasure hunting quests. While the characters are waiting for others to join their quests there is a table they can sit at. While sitting at the table, you can push the different directions on the directional arrows to perform various animations such as swinging their beer mug, or passing out from drunkenness. Players can also use third party software to connect with other players over the internet to play with each other wirelessly.


Hunter Ranks
There are a number of Hunter ranks, given numerical values from HR1 to HR5. As your Hunter rank gets higher, you will get access to more difficult monsters, and in turn more and better items and weapons.

G-class is a new addition to Monster Hunter Freedom. These quests are taken straight from Monster Hunter G, which is unreleased in the U.S and Europe, and present a much more difficult challenge for hunters. In return for this, hunters receive better rewards for completing the quest. G-class quests are the elite groupings of quests, new monster variations, new monsters, more hp and attack power than ever before.

Game info

Developer(s) Capcom Production Studio 1
Publisher(s) Capcom
Platform(s) PlayStation Portable
Release date(s)

* JP December 1, 2005
* NA May 23, 2006
* EU May 12, 2006

Genre(s) Action role-playing game
Mode(s) Ad Hoc Multiplayer, Online Infrastructure Online Download (Japan Only)

* PEGI: 12+

Media UMD
System requirements

Online play requires broadband internet access (and XLink Kai outside of Japan), Ad Hoc requires two PSP and two copies of the game

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