Capcom brings a somewhat more streamlined Monster Hunter game to both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. While still maintaining the gameplay depth and complex systems hardcore fans enjoy. Marc Morrison has the Monster Hunter World Review.
About The Author: Marc Morrison
Marc is a Co-Senior Editor at W2Mnet.com It’s his job to give feedback on various games and whether or not they are worth your time. Marc has been a long term game playing person for most of his life. Having grown up on Tetris on the Gameboy, and late night sleep overs with friends to play Mario, it wasn’t until he was about ten years old, when he got both a Sega Genesis and Super Nintendo, and he was hooked from the start. Since then, He's had a few of the various consoles: Original Xbox, 360, PS1, PS2, PS3, PS4, a Dreamcast, a Jaguar (a real winner, he assures you), a PSP, a GameCube or two, a Wii, and some others that have floated around in his life time. Marc likes most games, but it depends on his mood. While he's not a sports guy in real life, he enjoys a sports game from time to time, the same goes for his general malaise about anime. he tries to approach every game on its own merits and whether or not it succeeds on what its goals were. Some do or even exceed their goals and that gives him a warm feeling. Some don’t and should never have made it to the marketplace as someone should have stepped in and said “No.”