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Compatible with Nintendo 3DS™ (3DS)
NTSC J / Action RPG
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Monster Hunter 3G

Monster Hunter 3G

Compatible with Nintendo 3DS™ (3DS)

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Take the monsters out of your TV screen. Monster Hunter 3G is the powered up version of the previous Monster Hunter 3rd. The new version is packed with dragons, new hunting grounds, villages and cute assistants. The dragon that howls the loudest is Brakideos, and together, the fire dragons Rioreia, Rioreus and the water dragons Ganotos are all screaming for blood. You can take Chacha and Kayanba to the hunt with you and recruit hunters from Moga Mura and Dangia Harbor. Four people can set off on a trip together by using the local wi-fi facility.

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Original Name  モンスターハンター3(トライ)G
Official Release Date Dec 10, 2011
Genre Action
Version  Japan
  CERO C (15+)
PAX-Code PAX0003468833
Catalog No.  CTR-P-AMHJ
Item Code  4976219041058
Players  1-4


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Average rating:  (5 out of 5)
Total votes:32

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kaz2009 (14) on 10, Apr. 2015 22:47 (HKT)
A great Monster Hunter game
This game was my entry into the series. I played it first on Wii U and decided to have it for 3DS too. It is quite challenging and it gets hard the deeper you progress into the game. The monsters are cool designs and the soundtrack is catchy at times. Awesome game! Great experience!
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gogo (6) on 25, Feb. 2013 00:13 (HKT)
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The most complete third generation Monster Hunter game, which includes all 12 weapons, customisable lower screen, underwater combat and G-rank! There's really not much more you can ask for. The only monsters missing are(I think): Amatsumagatsuchi, Dosfango and the two Tigrex species.

The controls take some time getting used to due to the different positions of the d-pad and analog stick of the 3DS, compared to the PSP. However, the target camera more than makes up for it, by essentially removing the need to manually adjust the camera with the d-pad!

A must buy, especially for people like me, who missed the Tri experience!

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maomao_1990 (11) on 30, Jan. 2013 15:55 (HKT)
great game
awesome hunting game and hunter life, love it~~
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minatoysohype (6) on 12, Oct. 2012 12:14 (HKT)
Nice Monster Hunter title, with a few minor setbacks.
This is one of the 3DS' best games in my opinion. It stays true to the Monster Hunter franchise, and offers loads of quests, equipment, and more to keep you busy for hours and hours to come. Underwater combat is in this game, and it makes for a unique experience. However the underwater controls can become pretty annoying and hard to use, which puts you in trouble when you're fighting a powerful beast underwater. The lack of a second analog stick to shift the camera is fixed with a camera control on the touchscreen (you can still do the claw control method if you want though). The game unfortunately lacks online play. For fans living outside of Japan at the moment, unless you have a group of buddies who also have the game, you'll most likely be a lonely hunter. Even so, the game is still pretty fun while playing solo as well as playing with others, and I don't regret getting it at all.
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pay_ao8 (9) on 25, Sep. 2012 10:21 (HKT)
Most Excited game in the world
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