Monster Hunter Freedom review

  • Huge, sprawling adventure
  • Uniquely rewarding action
  • No "experience points" - just experience
  • Some hunts are super-frustrating
  • Can't switch equipment during missions
  • Those damn thieving cats
In short, Monster Hunter Freedom is a huge game, and it fills out especially well on the PSP. The game's short-burst quests and small-scale exploration are perfectly suited to a handheld game, and while it's easy to get into, it gets more fun and involving the more you play. Aside from a few irritations (like immensely frustrating battles against seemingly invincible monsters, a slightly finicky camera and no pause feature aside from the PSP's "sleep" mode), this is easily one of the PSP's deepest, most involving and all-around best games.

More Info

Release date: May 23 2006 - PSP (US)
Available Platforms: PSP
Genre: Role Playing
Published by: Capcom
Developed by: Capcom
ESRB Rating:
Teen: Blood, Use of Alcohol, Violence


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