Finally, Capcom's criminal addictive series returned to home consoles, Monster Hunter: World promised both critics and fans when it was released near the beginning of the year. The early release date may have hindered it when it comes to Game of the Year conversations, but make no mistake: this great-crafted action RPG shouldn't be figured out.
Sporting one of the most satisfying battles in games, Monster Hunter: The world may seem blunt in the beginning, but with every crushing attack and perfectly time-limited dodge roll it will be harder and tougher to cut from its crushing embrace.
Gameplay wise, the world's boundaries to be a masterpiece. The game further reflects a formula that Capcom has been doing for many years, and there is always something new to do. Whether it's another brutally difficult event task or the quest for the ideal set of armor, there's a gameplay loop on the screen here that so many loot-based titles would kill to have.
It is also the presentation that sells World at a whole new level compared to previous Monster Hunter installments. When two colossal creatures collide in the midst of a green wild environment, you cannot avoid looking in awe before entering into the fear itself. Detailed and full of life, the world world is the world, a rich mix of harsh terrain and natural beauty, but it is the monsters themselves who steal the show with their amazing designs and animations.
Anyway, what's really cement Monster Hunter: The world as a great game is the ability to stay connected. Just when you think you've met the fight against a seemingly insurmountable enemy, you try, try, and try again, until you finally hit it as once invincible animal for fun. It is this incredibly rewarding level of difficulty that raises the world, and the feeling is even better when you have a friend or two fighting with you.
Capcom has created something special with Monster Hunter: World, and the developer has done a great job of supporting it throughout the year. With a big expansion scheduled in 201
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