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Monster Hunter Tri- Wii

alaTest has collected and analyzed 28 reviews of Monster Hunter Tri- Wii. The average rating for this product is 4.1/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other Nintendo Wii Games for all reviews. People really like the graphics and multi player mode. The action and single player gameplay are also appreciated.

gameplay, single player, action, multi player, graphics

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo Wii Games the Monster Hunter Tri- Wii is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 82/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by: Jamin Smith (videogamer.com)

Monster Hunter Tri

 

For those that have been deliberating whether to jump on the Monster Hunter bandwagon, Tri is the perfect starting point - the most refined, accessible, and visually impressive title in the series.

Huge range of armour and weapons ; Monster designs are fantastic

Frequent loading screens ; Single-player can become monotonous

To use a journalistic crutch I generally try to avoid; if you like Monster Hunter, you’re going to love Tri. It brings the tried and tested formula to the Wii without as much as a hiccup, offering the most user-friendly experience yet. The game still...

Apr, 2010

Expert review by: Jesse_Costantino (gamerevolution.com)

Monster Hunter Tri Review

 

Like John Muir with a hand-grenade

Brilliant online cooperative play; Big on content; Versatile combat strategy; Welcoming to noobs

Unnecessary server menus; Awkward button layout

Apr, 2010

Consumer review by: Zarobi (gamerevolution.com)

Monster Hunter Tri review

 

The Monster Hunter series are hugely popular in Japan, but not so much internationally. I have no idea why, because this is an amazing game. The monsters themselves are huge and imposing; the moment a Rathian spots you causes your heart to skip a beat...

May, 2011

Consumer review by: LinksOcarina (gamerevolution.com)

Monster Hunter Tri review

 

Everywhere we see games that are hyped to be the next big franchise. We see it from countless of new titles that gain universal acclaim from reviewers, like Guitar Hero and Halo, but every so often there is an anomaly that comes up, a game that is kind...

Jun, 2010

Consumer review by: Ian Knott (gamepositive.com)

Monster Hunter Tri- Wii

 

While this is not an MMO, the sheer time commitment required to get the most from the game is on a par with the WoW's of this world. If you have the patience, then Monster Hunter Tri delivers the kind of gaming satisfaction that very few others can.

Jun, 2010

Consumer review by: xhead12 (gamerevolution.com)

Monster Hunter Tri review

 

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May, 2010

Consumer review by: Erik Ottosen (gamepositive.com)

Monster Hunter Tri- Wii

 

Monster Hunter Tri takes all the essentials of the MMORPG format and ports them, almost perfectly, to the Wii. It's better than previous console attempts but is on par with the series in general. The new elements enhance play immensely, and the...

May, 2010

Consumer review by: (gamepositive.com)

Monster Hunter Tri- Wii

 

Monster Hunter Tri is perhaps the most accessible Monster Hunter title yet. Despite its flaws, it still delivers one of the most satisfying gaming experiences.

May, 2010

Consumer review by: Andrew Fitch (gamepositive.com)

Monster Hunter Tri- Wii

 

The franchise appeals to the Japanese sense of expecting to fail -- and then accepting and learning from that. I'm not sure we've got the same mindset in the West, so I'm skeptical that the game will duplicate other Japanese fads like Pokemon -- though...

May, 2010

Consumer review by: Michael Barnes (gamepositive.com)

Monster Hunter Tri- Wii

 

Monster Hunter Tri is a game the Wii has needed for years now. It is, I think, a brilliant game despite cries from series faithful that this version has been "dumbed down" when in actuality it has been streamlined and made accessible to a wider,...

May, 2010