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Release Date: September 2007

Genre: Action/Adventure

Platform: PSP® (PlayStation®Portable) system                                                                                                                                            

Rating: RP (Rating Pending)

Developer: Capcom®
Price: $39.95
 

Game Description:

The non-stop epic hunt-or-be-hunted adventure continues with more content and options than ever before! Monster Hunter Freedom 2 builds on Monster Hunter 2 (Dos) for PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system (previously released in Japan only) and contains over 50% more content than the original Monster Hunter Freedom. In this unique action-adventure game, gamers increase their play skills as they battle through breath-taking environments while defeating bloodthirsty creatures. The series has proven to be a phenomenal success with sales exceeding 3.7 million units worldwide and Monster Hunter Portable 2nd as Japan’s #1 PSP system title. 

 

As mighty hunters, players can face a variety of quests alone,  but the true spirit of the game comes alive with the aid of others. Multiplayer cooperative battles for up to four friends via wireless ad hoc mode foster team building and strategy for the ultimate battle of man vs. beast. Players can fully customize their characters, building up their abilities with armor and weaponry as they make their way through hundreds of quests. With the addition of infrastructure functionality, players will now be able to download even more content and quests. Let the carnage begin!

 
Features:

·         Skill based gameplay

·         Breath-taking graphics

·         More than 250 challenging quests

·         Ad hoc multiplayer allowing up to four players to form their own hunting parties

·         New infrastructure mode support to download additional content

·         One or two player “treasure hunter” timed co-op game

·         All new Pokke Village home base and upgraded farm area

·         More than eight exciting new maps with day and night cycles

·         More than 70 different monsters

·         More than 700 weapons

·         More than 1400 armor items

·         Background loading system option reduces loading times during quests

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