Monster Hunter World worth the long hours

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Monster Hunter World worth the long hours

Christian Cohen, Entertainment Reporter

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Hello all of you PS4 and Xbox gamers. This is the top game right now on steam across the world. This game is obviously on PS4, Xbox and steam. This is an ARPG (action role playing game) which include lots of monsters and quests for you to go on with your friends online or solo. You are a hunter in this world of monsters and you slay the beasts to get fantastic armor from the materials you get from them and progress through the game. Lots of events are already here on this game from cross-overs from different games to getting extra monsters from the other installments in the franchise. The games that did cross-overs with world were “Devil May Cry”, “Street Fighter”, and “Final Fantasy”. This game is for hardcore gamers and basic gamers alike. If you played “dark souls” then you will probably compare it to Monster Hunter (FYI: monster hunter came out first then the “dark soul” franchise).

MHW has a story that is basic but very long, I already spent 78 hours into the game and I am still in the middle of the story. For the story you are a hunter traveling from the old world to Astera (the new world) with a whole lot of hunters and you need to try to make a new life their exploring the new world. There are multiple landscapes which go from the forest, desert, coral reef without water (basically tundra), and a toxic valley. Then there are many weapons to choose from to fight a monster from close combat (swords, hammers, etc.) weapons to long range weapons (GUNS!!!) and only you can find which weapon you are good with and will use during the time you play the game.

Overall, this game is great for all people and is a T-rated game. You can find this game almost everywhere including GameStop, Walmart, Target, and BestBuy retailers. Its price goes from $37 at amazon to $50 at GameStop. NOW, LET’S HUNT!!!!!