Monster Hunter Freedom 2 is almost everything a Monster Hunter sequel should be: more items, more weapons, more monsters, and more hunting. Add that to exquisite cutscenes, good dialogue and hearty gameplay, and you%26rsquo;ve got yourself one of the best RPGs for the PSP ever. The only thing missing from this winning combination is, ironically, freedom - unless by %26ldquo;freedom,%26rdquo; the developers mean %26ldquo;chained to the nearest power outlet.%26rdquo;
What sets the Monster Hunter series apart from your average Japanese RPG is the action - there%26rsquo;s no turn-based nonsense or stat-leveling stupidity (which we'll admit, we often love) to distract you from pure, unadulterated monster hunting. There isn%26rsquo;t even much of a story to occupy the incredibly short cutscenes. You are a hunter, you%26rsquo;re in a new village. You go forth, you hunt. End of story.