Monster Hunter 2

Monster Hunter 2

Compatible with PlayStation 2™ (PS2™)

For JPN/Asian systems only.
1w Expected stock arrival within 1 week.


Compatible With PlayStation 2™ (PS2™)
1w Expected stock arrival within 1 week
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After the Monster Hunter G Expansion, Monster Hunter 2 is a real sequel to Capcom's popular creature hunting game. Monster Hunter 2 offers the player more freedon and the feeling of living the life of a hunter. Time will now flow in the game, with appropriate changes to the fields of play and the enemies that populate them. Due to improved online and offline play concepts and design, you will now get a better sense of being part of a town. Not to be missed are new weapons, new fields and of course new monsters. A cross-connectivity mode with the PSP™ version of the game exists.新たなモンスターが行く手を阻む!新フィールド「雪山」には、凶暴で攻撃的な雪山の主、「ドドブランゴ」が登場!子分のブランゴを引き連れて、集団でハンターに襲い掛かる!!ハンターが狩りをするフィールドには、温暖期、寒冷期、繁殖期という3つの季節が存在する。多彩な武器・防具を使いこなして狩りに挑もう!

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Original Name  モンスターハンター2(ドス)
Official Release Date  Feb 13, 2006
Genre  Action RPG
Version  Japan
  CERO 15
Suitable for persons aged 15 and above.
PAX-Code PAX0000897787
Catalog No.  SLPM-66280
Item Code  4976219654586
Players  1

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Average rating:  (4.5 out of 5)
Total votes:14

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Muggshotter (19) on 07, Nov. 2011 07:01 (HKT)
Outdated, but might be interesting to check out regardless
Monster Hunter Freedom 2 is based on this game. It is a nice game and all with the tweaks and gameplay additions we are familiar with, but how was the origin?

Rather interesting if I say so myself. You've got a village in which you fulfill other peoples' requests for the first part. Then you've got Day and Night transitions which actually goes as you hang around in the village. You've also got certain time periods during which you cannot access certain areas and optional sub quests to complete while out there hunting. The latter was something I was left desiring in the newest Portable 3rd after 3 (Tri) having them included because it adds more depth to playing quests, it encourages to do more than just kill a monster.

The layout / atmosphere is largely one of it's kind. That is unless you're one of those people who play Monster Hunter Frontier. The visual style the menus have and such are taken straight out of this game, and so is the Quest Clear -theme. It's actually pretty cool, considering this game's got no online anymore.

To me this game's actually more worth playing through than Monster Hunter G. MonHun Freedom 2's got a different village, no sub quests or villager requests among some other things, which MonHun 2 (dos) in return has.

You've got to give this game credit where it's due though, it introduced a whole lot of gameplay elements which newer monster hunter players are familiar with, decorations, Longswords and Sword users being able to use items with the weapon unsheathed.

If you're one of those fancy people who have the japanese version of Monster Hunter Freedom aka Monster Hunter Portable, you can connect it to this game and unlock a new monster Yian Garuga for both games.

The game's outdated, but it does have a decent amount of content the overseas version did not get so if you've got some money -and time- to spare then do check this game out.
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ron_guts (1) on 28, Apr. 2010 02:03 (HKT)

this game is a 10stars a perfect score and i thank play asia for helping me find it. thx guys
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catdude7 (1) on 03, Sep. 2007 06:55 (HKT)
this game is great just like the original except so much more content the only problem is if you want online which u need to fight all the monsters and get the best games you must know your name in a different language and it costs money
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joob on 12, Dec. 2006 00:00 (HKT)
monster hunter 2
whats up with not releasing it in the US? i loved the first one and i fill like i need to play the second but yet i dont no how to read japan so help me out and tell me if its coming to america?
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Draco954 on 23, Nov. 2006 09:54 (HKT)

I\'m a huge fan of Monster Hunter and i have the first one, so i alway gave it a high rating
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