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Monster Hunter Tri (Nintendo Wii)

By Steve Wollaston on Apr 28, 10 09:34 PM

THE Monster Hunter franchise makes a welcome debut on Nintendo's Wii.

New gamers to the brand will need to have patience and persevere as it's hard getting to grips with such an awkward, albeit fantastic, game.

The aim is still to hunt down those monsters, destroy them and use them to build armour and weapons, and it gets harder the longer you go on, as you would hope.

It offers a very deep gaming experience that can be extremely rewarding and very tricky.

Online gaming is fantastic and gives you the opportunity to pair up with a friend for co-op play.

Graphically, it is pretty good too.

A good game but maybe an acquired taste.

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Steve Wollaston

Steve Wollaston - Sunday Mercury games reviewer Steve has been writing about video games for donkey's years. In fact he is probably far too old for it now which is why you will see a lot of reviews been done by kids... He has been nominated three times for Regional Games Journalist Of The Year at the Games Media Awards, but never wins. His major love is sports games and rates Sensible World of Soccer circa 90's as the greatest game ever made - closely followed by Championship Manager 2. Skyrim has currently taken over his life.


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