4 Amazing Games For Monster Hunter Fans

One of the most anticipated games coming next year is Monster Hunter World. The game was announced at Sony‘s E3 2017 conference and is currently scheduled for a simultaneous worldwide release in January 2018. The Fans of the series were going absolutely nuts during the presentation because how massive the world is going to be now. And if you happen to be one of those people who like Monster Hunter then you are gonna love these games down below.

Image result for freedom wars

Freedom Wars may be another hunting game on the Vita, but it’s by far one of the best. It screams AAA production with standout graphics, solid audio, unique gameplay mechanics and a fresh storyline – bringing them to you in a one of a kind package that only Japan could come up with, but with an execution typical of the Western big shots. – The Vita Lounge
Once you get the hang of the complex controls and slight camera issues, you’re in for a breathless, exhilarating time staring down giant robots, outmaneuvering your rivals, and rescuing your betters. – GameSpot
Freedom Wars has its shortcomings, but I would still consider it one of the top Vita games available. – Digital Chumps


Image result for TOUKIDEN: KIWAMI

What’s much easier to rationalize, however, is this: Toukiden: Kiwami is unquestionably the best monster-hunting game the Vita has to offer. – Gaming Age
The true value of Toukiden, and now Kiwami, is the sheer respect and love for Japanese heritage that drips through its atmosphere. – Digitally Downloaded
This new edition of Toukiden is a great option for those who are looking for a good monster slayer title with a superb presentation; it has a lot of variety in its monsters and gameplay possibilities. Toukiden Kiwami offers all the content of the original game with new chapters, battles, loot and hours of gameplay, a great offer for all the players who missed the original launch last year. – Atomix


Image result for DRAGON'S DOGMA

The world is one of the first I’ve seen that truly implores you to give it the proper respect rather than brashly dive into the unknown and expect to emerge unblemished. The story and characters may not drive you to a sublime world of fiction, but the action more than makes up for it, with character and equipment customization that will keep you tweaking and enjoying yourself the entire time. – Cheat Code Central
When people talk about Dragon’s Dogma, they immediately ask the question whether it’s better than The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. Don’t do that. Both games are just great in their own way. – XGN
It’s a strange game, Dragon’s Dogma; it does some really brave and interesting things, but it also feels unfinished, with technical problems that often spoil things. The combat, though, is one of the best real-time RPG fighting systems around, with flexibility and variety that carries the whole game. – IGN



Infuriatingly, it’s just the sort of thing that would have been exponentially more fun with other people involved. – 1UP
There’s nothing quite like throwing up your own thunderdome(minus the Tina Turner)and shredding enemies once they’ve stepped into your invisible arena.  – Official U.S. Playstation Magazine
A classic example of shoddy execution derailing a slew of great ideas. With a better camera and improved controls, it could have been a real contender. Still, as frustrating as the game can get, it’s enjoyable in short bursts and presents a wealth of good ideas. – IGN

What do you think? Hit us up in the comments below

# 4 Amazing Games For Monster Hunter Fans