Nintendo consoles have been a popular platform for the Monster Hunter series of games since 2004. For many gamers, Monster Hunter is a beloved franchise that is well-known for its deep and challenging action role-playing gameplay. Fans of the series have enjoyed numerous titles, each with their own unique features and storylines. This article will explore some of the best Monster Hunter titles released on Nintendo consoles over the years.
Monster Hunter Tri
Monster Hunter Tri was released in 2009 exclusively on Wii, and is considered by many to be one of the best installments in the series. For its time, it was incredibly ambitious due to its graphics and expansive world design – it was also revolutionary for its online co-op capabilities and for introducing underwater combat. The game featured two large continents with different biomes and creatures from which to hunt monsters, making it one of the most ambitious entries in the franchise.
The game also allowed players to join multiplayer hunting parties via online play or local split-screen. It offered an engaging single player story as well as an intense challenge mode that allowed players to tackle increasingly difficult monsters. With its enjoyable combat system combining complex weapon mechanics, diverse environments, and highly replayable missions, Monster Hunter Tri proved itself to be a classic.
Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate
Released in 2015 on 3DS, Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate further improved upon Tri’s formula by introducing new hunting styles such as aerial combos that let players mount monsters mid battle. It also featured several new weapons such as insect glaive which allowed players to summon bugs that buffed their performance during battle.
The game took advantage of 3DS’ 3D capabilities which offered an even more immersive experience when hunting giant monsters. Its robust multiplayer kept players coming back with expanded levels and more powerful weapons available with