Monster hunters switch: MONSTER HUNTER RISE for Nintendo Switch

Which Monster Hunter game to choose on Nintendo Switch, Playstation, Xbox, PC?

Monster Hunter is a very long series of games from the publisher and developer Capcom. If it was a great success in Japan, it was not until Monster Hunter World that it exploded in the West. Capcom was therefore right to persevere and continue to translate these games from Japanese, since now the series has become so popular that it has been adapted to the cinema.

The principle is simple: as its name suggests, it is about hunting monsters between 1 to 4 players (1 per console / computer) in unique environments and universe mixing feudal, heroic fantasy and Japanese mythology.

Hunted monsters are fantastic creatures, sometimes gigantic, inspired by different animals and mythologies. They each have their own behavior, character and it will be necessary to learn and learn about their subjects in order to apprehend them.

To hunt them, players have the choice between a multitude of weapons: swords, pistols, crossbows, cannons, machine guns, daggers. If it seems obvious to choose a powerful firearm a priori, each of the weapons has been balanced to have strengths and weaknesses.

In the Monster Hunter games, we attack monsters but it’s in a fantasy universe. When the monsters are knocked out, they are simply stunned, or on the ground.

Although these are very action-oriented role-playing games, there is no level of experience to accumulate. Here it is about finding the best objects to improve or make your equipment. Your character is controlled in third-person view.

The Monster Hunter game series is suitable for both teenagers and adults. There is violence and blood (because of the fighting), and alcohol.

The games are quite difficult to take in hand, therefore the tutorial at the beginning of each game is rather long. Games require a significant time investment.

The article is subject to updates based on releases and availability of the games concerned.

In this article, we focus on the games available for sale on recent consoles.

Monster Hunter World (2018)

It is the fifth main game in the Monster Hunter series.

As in previous games in the series, the player takes on the role of a character he created who travels to the “New World”, an unpopulated landmass filled with monsters, to join the research commission that studies the country from its central command base in Astera. The research commission commissions the hunter to hunt down and kill or capture the large monsters that roam outside Astera in order to protect the commission and study the monsters there.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monster_Hunter%3A_World

The game is huge, beautiful, great with several BUT the interface to find players online is very laborious. Even when we have agreed to find our friends inside, it is difficult because everyone has a different progression in the game and we can not progress together in the quests and the story.

Available on Playstation 4, Xbox One, and Steam PC.

Monster Hunter World: Iceborne (2019)

It is an expansion for the game Monster Hunter World adding glacial environments and quests to the original world. If you have the original game, it is possible to purchase the expansion separately. Otherwise, it is possible to buy both together.

Warning: The expansion is not playable separately.

Available on Playstation 4, Xbox One, and Steam PC.

Monster Hunter Rise (2021)

It is the sixth main game in the Monster Hunter series.

Rise uses the same transparent map approach introduced in Monster Hunter: World, unlike the zoned areas typical of early games in the series. Its maps are more focused on vertical movement than previous games, as its title indicates, and new tools are made available to the player to help them move quickly vertically. The Wirebug, similar to the Clutch Claw added in Monster Hunter World: Iceborne, allows the player to grab and swing through higher spaces or locations, as needed. The Wirebug also has different interactions with each type of weapon, adding to the set of moves and combos of that weapon. In addition, the Wirebug allows the player to engage certain monsters in Wyvern Riding, allowing the hunter to mount and control the creature to a certain point in order to lead it to more combat-friendly areas or engage another monster.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monster_Hunter_Rise

The interface for online gaming has normally been greatly improved.

Available on Playstation 4, Playstation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series, Nintendo Switch and Steam PC.

Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak (2022)

It is an expansion for the Monster Hunter Rise game adding sunny environments and quests to the original world. If you have the original game, it is possible to purchase the expansion separately. Otherwise, it is possible to buy both together.

Warning: The expansion is not playable separately.

Available on Playstation 4, Playstation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series, Nintendo Switch and Steam PC.

Which Monster Hunter game to choose?

Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak. That’s it. This is the latest. This is the one that has all the latest updates, and this is where you will find players online the easiest.

At the time of writing, Monster Hunter Rise (without the expansion) is playable in Xbox Game Pass. The perfect opportunity to try before you buy. Otherwise demos of the same game are available on Steam PC or Nintendo eShop on the Switch.

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Monster Hunter makes a triumphant portable return

By Sam Byford

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More than a decade ago, in a lifetime before The Verge, Monster Hunter on the PSP was my commuting game of choice. I’d spend a couple of hours a day tackling solo quests as my train wound through the Japanese countryside, then compare loot with friends late at night as we teamed up to take on the monsters we couldn’t beat alone.

2018’s Monster Hunter World couldn’t hope to replicate that experience. World sought to reimagine the series as a primarily online adventure that took advantage of powerful hardware — and it was a huge success, bringing Monster Hunter to a far bigger Western audience than it ever managed before. World was a great game, and Capcom clearly moved Monster Hunter in the right direction. But for me, something was missing. 

That’s where Monster Hunter Rise comes in. It’s a Nintendo Switch-exclusive game that builds upon World’s advances — but now you can take it on the go.

Monster Hunter Rise isn’t altogether a new idea. The last time a major new Monster Hunter game first came to a home console — 2009’s Monster Hunter 3 for the Wii — it was coming off the huge success of an earlier PSP release. Monster Hunter 3 brought a lot of advances to the series, but a straight port to the less powerful PSP wouldn’t have been practical for technical reasons, so Capcom adapted much of its elements and contents into a new PSP game called Monster Hunter Portable 3rd. It ended up being the bestselling game in the series, at least until World came along, and it was the version that ate up the most time for me on those train rides.

It’s not a Switch port of ‘World’ — it’s better

That’s basically what Capcom has done with Monster Hunter Rise. It’s not a Switch port of World — it’s better. Almost all of what made World a huge leap forward for the series is here, and Rise evolves the formula further while operating within a scope that makes more sense for the Switch. The result is an all-new game that feels at home on its portable hardware instead of having been compromised to fit.

Monster Hunter Rise might be the most technically impressive Switch game I’ve seen to date; it’s certainly the most impressive one that isn’t made by Nintendo. Running on Capcom’s RE Engine, the character models and monsters look very close to those of World — especially on the small Switch screen. Capcom has done an excellent job of preserving World’s essence and style on less powerful hardware.

The biggest concessions are the environments. The stages feel more like old-school Monster Hunter games than they did in World, with less elaborate designs and fewer graphical flourishes like dense foliage. Unlike the older games, though, the subsections aren’t broken up by loading screens, which helps Rise play similarly to World’s more free-flowing style.

In fact, Rise goes even further in that regard. Traversing around the environments is faster than ever thanks to two new elements: a pet dog called a Palamute that joins you in battle and lets you ride on its back, and a tool called the Wirebug that can be used to zip up walls and hop onto monsters, occasionally even controlling them in large-scale confrontations with other beasts. What Rise’s stages lack in complexity they add in verticality, and while your targets are marked on the map from the start this time around, you’ll often find yourself figuring out how to meet them on their level.

Rise feels even better suited for portable play than the earlier games, since you’ll never find yourself wandering around aimlessly in search of a monster. Other alterations save seconds that will add up over hundreds of hours — you now exhaust the supply of resources from a mining outcrop or a bonepile with a single button tap, for example.

The game’s longevity will largely be down to its endgame design

Otherwise, Rise is a typical Monster Hunter game. It’s a fairly complex action RPG where you’re choosing one of several weapon classes with which to hunt increasingly dangerous beasts, harvesting them for materials that you can use to craft new weapons and armor to take on even more dangerous beasts. The game is certainly an acquired taste, and I’m not sure the constant barrage of tutorial pop-ups explaining obscure mechanics will be as helpful for newcomers as Capcom seems to think they will.

What will help, though, is that Monster Hunter Rise just isn’t very difficult compared to other games in the series, even World. I found the “village” quests that progress the story and get you to the endgame unusually easy — it’s like they’re the actual tutorial. I’m experienced with the series, but by no means an incredible player, yet I dispatched most new monsters much faster than usual on my first try. The village quests are never the true meat of any Monster Hunter game, so I think it’s fine for them to serve as a fun campaign that anyone can blast through.

There’s also a series of more challenging “hub” quests available from the start, and those should dispel the notion that Rise isn’t focusing on existing fans. But it’s hard to review any Monster Hunter game ahead of its launch because I’ve had very little time to test it online, let alone see how the player base takes to its most challenging content. Rise’s longevity will largely be down to its endgame design and how Capcom handles future updates, neither of which can be known at this point.

At least for now, Rise looks like a more solid package in terms of content than World was at launch before its major Iceborne expansion. It’s certainly not lacking in monsters, and the variety is broader than what World offered, with several old favorites and some imaginative new designs. 

Monster Hunter Rise is the most accessible game in the series to date, and it might well prove to be the best. I’m not willing to call that just yet, because a lot will depend on how its post-launch support turns out. But Capcom absolutely has the bones of a classic here already. Almost everything that was great about World is also true of Rise, unless you want to run it at 4K / 60fps. If you do (and I do, too), there’s a PC version coming next year.

It feels like Monster Hunter is coming full circle with Rise. The series started on the PS2, sure, but it only really became a cult phenomenon when it moved to portables, and that’s where it’s now returned after World brought it to an even bigger global audience. You don’t need to have a lengthy commute to appreciate how Monster Hunter benefits from a portable format. 

One of the joys of the Switch is that it allows you to slot in game time when you otherwise wouldn’t be able to, even if it’s as basic a situation as your living room being occupied. Monster Hunter has always had that just-one-more-quest impulse for series fans, and with its breezy new design and portable form factor, Rise should see a lot more converted to the cause.

Monster Hunter Rise is available for the Nintendo Switch today.

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Movie [4k] Monster Hunter

    2020

    1 hour 43 min.

    16+

    USA

    Fantasy

    Action

    Adventure

    РУС ENG

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Trailer

    2020

    1 h 43 min.

    16+

    USA

    Fantasy

    Action

    Adventure

    РУС · ENG

Rating

Evie

Milla Jovovich

Tony Jah

Ron Perlman

TI

Diego Boneta

Meagan Good

Josh Helman

Jin O-Yun

Hirona Yamazaki

Watch in 4K! Captain Natalie Artemis, along with a team of fighters, is transferred to a parallel world inhabited by huge monsters. In search of a way home, Artemis teams up with a local Hunter. A film adaptation of the iconic video game from Resident Evil director Paul Anderson. Starring Milla Jovovich in a militant manner.

A small group of soldiers led by a female captain, Artemis, are on the trail of a mysteriously vanished unit. Several people with tons of equipment evaporated without a trace in the middle of a quiet wasteland. The last signal from them is an alarming message about an impending sandstorm. The second strike of the elements is not long in coming: Artemis and the team are trying to escape in an armored car, but it gets hit by a lightning bolt. After that, the fighters come to their senses surrounded by endless dunes of white sands. There is nothing like this on the map and cannot be. And if at first it seems that the desert is uninhabited, then soon the guests will be met by local residents – fantastic monsters of gigantic proportions. The soldiers were not taught to resist such an enemy, but Artemis is not in vain considered one of the best in his field. In addition, she has an unexpected ally – a lone hunter who has long dealt with terrible creatures.

Fans of spectacular fantasy action movies are invited to watch the online movie “Monster Hunter” based on the Capcom game series.

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Allow me to contact

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Mystery of the Lost Village

The Cruel World of Men

My Terrible Sister

Mission: Amethyst

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I want! I will!

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W. S. Anderson

Milla

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Tony

Jah

Ron

Perlman

Diego

Boneta

Meagan

Good

Josh

Helman

Jin

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Chirona

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Monster Hunter 2 release date of the film, when will it be released in Russia and whether there will be a sequel in 2023, the schedule of the premiere in cinemas

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Fans are increasingly interested in whether and when the Monster Hunter 2 movie will be released. The release date for the next part has not yet been announced in Russia, but hopes to continue and announce in 2023.

Content

  1. Story
  2. Schedule
  3. Roles and actors
  4. Interesting facts
  5. Trailer

Story

B at the very beginning of the story, a parallel world is shown, which is called the New World. People here have to fight with formidable monsters in order to survive. Only powerful and hardy Hunters can defeat such monsters. Once the monster attacks the ship, the crew of which were those same Hunters. One of the detachment is lost in the distant desert.

During this period, Natalie Artemis, along with her team from the US military, goes in search of missing soldiers. After a sudden storm, the entire squad moves to the New World. There they find the bodies of the Hunters, or rather, what is left of them. And next to it is a wrecked ship.

Later, the Devil monster appears and attacks the soldiers. He does not react to weapons at all and destroys part of the squad. Others hid in a huge cave. Now we have to escape from spider-like monsters. After an unequal struggle, only Captain Artemis survived.

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Soon she met with the missing Hunter. He tells the warrior woman that the Sky Tower created these portals and controls them. She herself is located at the end of this gigantic desert. These survivors then end up in an oasis. There, they are attacked by Rathalos, who emits fire from his mouth. The brave couple managed to survive, as the Admiral came to the rescue with his squad of Hunters.

Brave Natalie makes a deal with the locals to help destroy Rathalos, but they must send them home in return. In a long and bloody battle, the monster was still defeated. Artemis changes her mind about returning to her planet, as the most ferocious creature appears here. If not killed, it can enter through an open portal to Earth. Now the militant woman needs to figure out how to close the portal forever.

Schedule

Release date for the next part of the Monster Hunter 2 movie. When more news from the authors comes out and whether there will be a continuation and change in the schedule of cinemas in Russia, we will tell additionally .

Name World date
Monster Hunter 2 2023, TBD
* Data is based on sources imdb.com, variety.com, Kinopoisk.

Roles and actors

  • Mila Jovovich took the image of Artemis.
  • Tony Jaa played the Hunter.
  • Ron Perlman was cast as the Admiral.

Interesting Facts

  1. The first part was expensive, costing over $60 million.
  2. Many parts of the film were filmed in South Africa.
  3. In China, was pulled from theaters on the second day of its screening due to a racist joke . Also blocked this film in the Chinese movie base Douban. As a result, the scene with the insulting moment was cut from the film.
  4. We found amazing scenery in South Africa and Namibia for filming. The Cape Town district, the nearest skyline of the city of Atlantis, became the location of the scene where the attack on the ship with the military took place. These places are remembered for their clean white sands.
  5. If you drive about three hours from Cape Town, you can see the national park, which is under the protection of the state, the so-called Cederberg mountain range. There was a scene where Artemis and the Hunter are hiding from the monster.
  6. To shoot the moment where the soldiers are transferred to a parallel world, it was also necessary to find a special location. This place turned out to be the Tankwa Karoo National Park, located in South Africa. On a completely deserted area there are many black rocks, it can be from 45 ° C during the day and up to 5 ° C at night.

Trailer

Since there is no trailer for part 2 yet, watch this video to remember the most basic of the previous part.

Monster hunters switch: MONSTER HUNTER RISE for Nintendo Switch

Which Monster Hunter game to choose on Nintendo Switch, Playstation, Xbox, PC?

Monster Hunter is a very long series of games from the publisher and developer Capcom. If it was a great success in Japan, it was not until Monster Hunter World that it exploded in the West. Capcom was therefore right to persevere and continue to translate these games from Japanese, since now the series has become so popular that it has been adapted to the cinema.

The principle is simple: as its name suggests, it is about hunting monsters between 1 to 4 players (1 per console / computer) in unique environments and universe mixing feudal, heroic fantasy and Japanese mythology.

Hunted monsters are fantastic creatures, sometimes gigantic, inspired by different animals and mythologies. They each have their own behavior, character and it will be necessary to learn and learn about their subjects in order to apprehend them.

To hunt them, players have the choice between a multitude of weapons: swords, pistols, crossbows, cannons, machine guns, daggers. If it seems obvious to choose a powerful firearm a priori, each of the weapons has been balanced to have strengths and weaknesses.

In the Monster Hunter games, we attack monsters but it’s in a fantasy universe. When the monsters are knocked out, they are simply stunned, or on the ground.

Although these are very action-oriented role-playing games, there is no level of experience to accumulate. Here it is about finding the best objects to improve or make your equipment. Your character is controlled in third-person view.

The Monster Hunter game series is suitable for both teenagers and adults. There is violence and blood (because of the fighting), and alcohol.

The games are quite difficult to take in hand, therefore the tutorial at the beginning of each game is rather long. Games require a significant time investment.

The article is subject to updates based on releases and availability of the games concerned.

In this article, we focus on the games available for sale on recent consoles.

Monster Hunter World (2018)

It is the fifth main game in the Monster Hunter series.

As in previous games in the series, the player takes on the role of a character he created who travels to the “New World”, an unpopulated landmass filled with monsters, to join the research commission that studies the country from its central command base in Astera. The research commission commissions the hunter to hunt down and kill or capture the large monsters that roam outside Astera in order to protect the commission and study the monsters there.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monster_Hunter%3A_World

The game is huge, beautiful, great with several BUT the interface to find players online is very laborious. Even when we have agreed to find our friends inside, it is difficult because everyone has a different progression in the game and we can not progress together in the quests and the story.

Available on Playstation 4, Xbox One, and Steam PC.

Monster Hunter World: Iceborne (2019)

It is an expansion for the game Monster Hunter World adding glacial environments and quests to the original world. If you have the original game, it is possible to purchase the expansion separately. Otherwise, it is possible to buy both together.

Warning: The expansion is not playable separately.

Available on Playstation 4, Xbox One, and Steam PC.

Monster Hunter Rise (2021)

It is the sixth main game in the Monster Hunter series.

Rise uses the same transparent map approach introduced in Monster Hunter: World, unlike the zoned areas typical of early games in the series. Its maps are more focused on vertical movement than previous games, as its title indicates, and new tools are made available to the player to help them move quickly vertically. The Wirebug, similar to the Clutch Claw added in Monster Hunter World: Iceborne, allows the player to grab and swing through higher spaces or locations, as needed. The Wirebug also has different interactions with each type of weapon, adding to the set of moves and combos of that weapon. In addition, the Wirebug allows the player to engage certain monsters in Wyvern Riding, allowing the hunter to mount and control the creature to a certain point in order to lead it to more combat-friendly areas or engage another monster.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monster_Hunter_Rise

The interface for online gaming has normally been greatly improved.

Available on Playstation 4, Playstation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series, Nintendo Switch and Steam PC.

Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak (2022)

It is an expansion for the Monster Hunter Rise game adding sunny environments and quests to the original world. If you have the original game, it is possible to purchase the expansion separately. Otherwise, it is possible to buy both together.

Warning: The expansion is not playable separately.

Available on Playstation 4, Playstation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series, Nintendo Switch and Steam PC.

Which Monster Hunter game to choose?

Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak. That’s it. This is the latest. This is the one that has all the latest updates, and this is where you will find players online the easiest.

At the time of writing, Monster Hunter Rise (without the expansion) is playable in Xbox Game Pass. The perfect opportunity to try before you buy. Otherwise demos of the same game are available on Steam PC or Nintendo eShop on the Switch.

Monster Hunter Rise review: small but mighty

  • Entertainment

Monster Hunter makes a triumphant portable return

By Sam Byford

|

Share this story

More than a decade ago, in a lifetime before The Verge, Monster Hunter on the PSP was my commuting game of choice. I’d spend a couple of hours a day tackling solo quests as my train wound through the Japanese countryside, then compare loot with friends late at night as we teamed up to take on the monsters we couldn’t beat alone.

2018’s Monster Hunter World couldn’t hope to replicate that experience. World sought to reimagine the series as a primarily online adventure that took advantage of powerful hardware — and it was a huge success, bringing Monster Hunter to a far bigger Western audience than it ever managed before. World was a great game, and Capcom clearly moved Monster Hunter in the right direction. But for me, something was missing. 

That’s where Monster Hunter Rise comes in. It’s a Nintendo Switch-exclusive game that builds upon World’s advances — but now you can take it on the go.

Monster Hunter Rise isn’t altogether a new idea. The last time a major new Monster Hunter game first came to a home console — 2009’s Monster Hunter 3 for the Wii — it was coming off the huge success of an earlier PSP release. Monster Hunter 3 brought a lot of advances to the series, but a straight port to the less powerful PSP wouldn’t have been practical for technical reasons, so Capcom adapted much of its elements and contents into a new PSP game called Monster Hunter Portable 3rd. It ended up being the bestselling game in the series, at least until World came along, and it was the version that ate up the most time for me on those train rides.

It’s not a Switch port of ‘World’ — it’s better

That’s basically what Capcom has done with Monster Hunter Rise. It’s not a Switch port of World — it’s better. Almost all of what made World a huge leap forward for the series is here, and Rise evolves the formula further while operating within a scope that makes more sense for the Switch. The result is an all-new game that feels at home on its portable hardware instead of having been compromised to fit.

Monster Hunter Rise might be the most technically impressive Switch game I’ve seen to date; it’s certainly the most impressive one that isn’t made by Nintendo. Running on Capcom’s RE Engine, the character models and monsters look very close to those of World — especially on the small Switch screen. Capcom has done an excellent job of preserving World’s essence and style on less powerful hardware.

The biggest concessions are the environments. The stages feel more like old-school Monster Hunter games than they did in World, with less elaborate designs and fewer graphical flourishes like dense foliage. Unlike the older games, though, the subsections aren’t broken up by loading screens, which helps Rise play similarly to World’s more free-flowing style.

In fact, Rise goes even further in that regard. Traversing around the environments is faster than ever thanks to two new elements: a pet dog called a Palamute that joins you in battle and lets you ride on its back, and a tool called the Wirebug that can be used to zip up walls and hop onto monsters, occasionally even controlling them in large-scale confrontations with other beasts. What Rise’s stages lack in complexity they add in verticality, and while your targets are marked on the map from the start this time around, you’ll often find yourself figuring out how to meet them on their level.

Rise feels even better suited for portable play than the earlier games, since you’ll never find yourself wandering around aimlessly in search of a monster. Other alterations save seconds that will add up over hundreds of hours — you now exhaust the supply of resources from a mining outcrop or a bonepile with a single button tap, for example.

The game’s longevity will largely be down to its endgame design

Otherwise, Rise is a typical Monster Hunter game. It’s a fairly complex action RPG where you’re choosing one of several weapon classes with which to hunt increasingly dangerous beasts, harvesting them for materials that you can use to craft new weapons and armor to take on even more dangerous beasts. The game is certainly an acquired taste, and I’m not sure the constant barrage of tutorial pop-ups explaining obscure mechanics will be as helpful for newcomers as Capcom seems to think they will.

What will help, though, is that Monster Hunter Rise just isn’t very difficult compared to other games in the series, even World. I found the “village” quests that progress the story and get you to the endgame unusually easy — it’s like they’re the actual tutorial. I’m experienced with the series, but by no means an incredible player, yet I dispatched most new monsters much faster than usual on my first try. The village quests are never the true meat of any Monster Hunter game, so I think it’s fine for them to serve as a fun campaign that anyone can blast through.

There’s also a series of more challenging “hub” quests available from the start, and those should dispel the notion that Rise isn’t focusing on existing fans. But it’s hard to review any Monster Hunter game ahead of its launch because I’ve had very little time to test it online, let alone see how the player base takes to its most challenging content. Rise’s longevity will largely be down to its endgame design and how Capcom handles future updates, neither of which can be known at this point.

At least for now, Rise looks like a more solid package in terms of content than World was at launch before its major Iceborne expansion. It’s certainly not lacking in monsters, and the variety is broader than what World offered, with several old favorites and some imaginative new designs. 

Monster Hunter Rise is the most accessible game in the series to date, and it might well prove to be the best. I’m not willing to call that just yet, because a lot will depend on how its post-launch support turns out. But Capcom absolutely has the bones of a classic here already. Almost everything that was great about World is also true of Rise, unless you want to run it at 4K / 60fps. If you do (and I do, too), there’s a PC version coming next year.

It feels like Monster Hunter is coming full circle with Rise. The series started on the PS2, sure, but it only really became a cult phenomenon when it moved to portables, and that’s where it’s now returned after World brought it to an even bigger global audience. You don’t need to have a lengthy commute to appreciate how Monster Hunter benefits from a portable format. 

One of the joys of the Switch is that it allows you to slot in game time when you otherwise wouldn’t be able to, even if it’s as basic a situation as your living room being occupied. Monster Hunter has always had that just-one-more-quest impulse for series fans, and with its breezy new design and portable form factor, Rise should see a lot more converted to the cause.

Monster Hunter Rise is available for the Nintendo Switch today.

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  • description, content, interesting facts and much more about the movie

    Movie [4k] Monster Hunter

      9050 2 2020

      1 h 43 min.

      16+

      USA

      Fantasy

      Action

      Adventure

      РУС ENG

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    Trailer

      2020

      1 h 43 min.

      16+

      USA

      Fantasy

      Action

      Adventure

      РУС ENG

      9 0498

      Rating

      Evie

      Milla Jovovich

      Tony Jah

      Ron Perlman

      TI

      Diego Boneta

      Meagan Good

      Josh Helman

      Jin O-Yun

      Hirona Yamazaki

      Watch in 4K! Captain Natalie Artemis, along with a team of fighters, is transferred to a parallel world inhabited by huge monsters. In search of a way home, Artemis teams up with a local Hunter. A film adaptation of the iconic video game from Resident Evil director Paul Anderson. Starring Milla Jovovich in a militant manner.

      A small group of soldiers led by a female captain, Artemis, is on the trail of a mysteriously vanished unit. Several people with tons of equipment evaporated without a trace in the middle of a quiet wasteland. The last signal from them is an alarming message about an impending sandstorm. The second strike of the elements is not long in coming: Artemis and the team are trying to escape in an armored car, but it gets hit by a lightning bolt. After that, the fighters come to their senses surrounded by endless dunes of white sands. There is nothing like this on the map and cannot be. And if at first it seems that the desert is uninhabited, then soon the guests will be met by local residents – fantastic monsters of gigantic proportions. The soldiers were not taught to resist such an enemy, but Artemis is not in vain considered one of the best in his field. In addition, she has an unexpected ally – a lone hunter who has long dealt with terrible creatures.

      Fans of spectacular fantasy action movies are invited to watch the online movie “Monster Hunter” based on the Capcom game series.

      Rating Evie

      Mistress of the Taiga

      Superposition

      Street Racers

      Darknet

      Military Intelligence: First Strike

      Military Intelligence: Northern Front 904 99

      Russian translation

      Elusive: Jackpot

      Racketeer 2

      Chooch meow

      High Security Parents

      Gangster Petersburg

      Unprincipled

      Callsign “Cranes”

      Prostokvashino (2018)

      District Center

      Allow me to contact

      Matchmakers 7

      Mystery of the Lost Village

      The Cruel World of Men

      My Terrible Sister

      Mission: Amethyst

      Treason

      I want! I will!

      Great

      Paul

      W.