Monster Hunter Tri is a great adventure game developed and published by Capcom. It is the third version of the Monster Hunter series. This game was originally designed for the PlayStation 3 platform but was canceled due to the high graphics development costs. Instead, it dedicated to the Nintendo Wii platform and was first released in Japan on August 1, 2009. Along with familiar content, this third version also possesses a good picture quality and many advanced features. Besides, Image details, the colors are clear. Besides, the interface has not changed too much that players can quickly get used to.
Coming to Monster Hunter Tri, the player is still a member of the Guide Hunter group with the task of protecting Moga Village (due to being threatened by a monster in the nearby area). The main task of the game still focuses on hunting monsters and collecting items (meat and bones). From the collected materials, you will have to conduct transactions to receive resources for the village development. The village development will help you open up new areas.
Players will control the character with a third perspective, and the character will not own any personal technical indicators. Instead, these stats will be added based on items. Like its predecessors, the game will offer a variety of weapons. In the game, there are 10 weapons for you to equip to characters. For example, players who want to use weapons for attacking from afar, they should use bows and shotguns. With melee weapons, you can use swords or hammers. Besides, players must also participate in upgrading and changing weapons from time to time. The upgrade of weapons is very important, which allows you to own better fighting abilities and can confront the stronger monsters. Besides combat weapons, armor is also an indispensable item.
In addition to the side quest in the form of the single-player mode, the developer also offers multiplayer game mode. In which you can play with other players in the game system. The game’s online system allows four players to connect to each other to complete a quest and exchange support items. However, the online mode does not allow exchanging equipment or items dropped from monsters. Besides, the monsters in this mode are also more difficult to destroy than the single-player game mode.