Monster Hunter Freedom 2 is a PlayStation Portable video game and the sequel to Monster Hunter Freedom. It is largely based on its PlayStation 2, which was never released outside Japan.
This is where the game truly shines. Mainly because many of the missions are super-tough stuff, so you and your buddies can do them together. Hooray for teamwork. My only complaint is that Monster Hunter has initially been an online game, and they didn’t change the basic gameplay from Monster Hunter to Monster Hunter Portable and Portable 2nd. So it’s like an MMORPG, but it’s just you and occasionally your friends.
This is also where you’ll see most of the “professional” reviewers screw up. Because they usually saw a big ass sword at the beginning of the game and decided that they would be the next Cloud Strife. Though the weapons (Great Sword included) have been improved a bunch to make things evened out, they would probably still complain about the weapons’ slowness. The thing is, maybe the guns are slow, but they fit with the monster’s movements. This game’s main point is to take quests and kill monsters to make better equipment to fight more challenging monsters. Just a note out to those people that complain that this is hard, just keep practicing.
This is a pretty hard game (which is good games are becoming way too easy for my tastes), or at least it is at first. You’ll spend about 10-20 hours (maybe more), basically being extremely frustrated. Then it’ll click, and you’ll figure out how the game works, and you’ll start to enjoy this game.