Tuesday, August 16, 2022

Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak review

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What is it?  You hunted the monsters in Rise, now they’re back to hunt you.
Expect to pay £33/$40
Developer Capcom
Publisher Capcom
Reviewed on GeForce GTX 1070, 16GB RAM, i7-7700HQ
Multiplayer 4-player co-op
Link Official site (opens in new tab)

There are two sides to Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak. The first will see you out on a quest in a luscious jungle, gathering bugs and swatting away little monsters as you look for a snail: which you’ll then take a picture of, and be rewarded with a very fetching snail hat. The other side of Sunbreak is your hunter, helpless on the ground as a furious red-eyed monkey beast stomps your keyster into the ground. Or perhaps it’s a giant dragon with a rhino’s horn, one-shotting you with charges (which inflict poison to boot).

Over and over and over again, you will watch hunters fall to the ground.

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