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What To Do During Monster Hunter: World’s Summer Festival

Monster Hunter: World’s Summer Twilight festival is live until July 26. It transforms the gathering hub with palm trees and an ice-sculpted dragon. It also brings back most event quests and adds two new armor sets to collect. There’s lots to do, but here’s what you should focus on.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Games Make Me Carry Too Much Stuff

Games give players countless tools to help turn the tide in their favor. But as players survive in a game longer, they unlock and gather more and more gear until their pockets are brimming with potions, antidotes, and bombs. The feeling of rummaging through your inventory in the middle of a fight is as tense […]

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I Love Monster Hunter Even More After Teaching It To My Girlfriend

My girlfriend recently bought a PlayStation 4 and a copy of Monster Hunter: World. We’ve been spending a lot of time in the game together, and helping her learn the ins and outs of hunting has turned me into something of a coach. It’s been an exciting new way to experience one of my favorite […]

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Monster Hunter: World’s New Monster Will Kick Your Ass

Monster Hunter: World keeps expanding its roster of giant beasts with a variety of pickle-lizards and golden dragons. Yesterday, the game added another new monster: the blue flame-covered Lunastra. Hunting Lunastra means signing up for a difficult fight full of explosions and snarls. It’s tough, but it’s a great…Read more… Continue Reading at http://kotaku.com

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Dauntless Is A Less Intimidating Monster Hunter

Dedicated players of games like Monster Hunter: World might feel burned out after spending so much time in the game, while players curious about the genre might be intimidated by World’s complicated gameplay. Dauntless is an upcoming free-to-play monster hunting game that looks to help both types of players scratch…Read more… Continue Reading at http://kotaku.com

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Monster Hunter: World’s New Street Fighter Quest Is Tough

Monster Hunter: World’s Ryu armor was a silly trophy costume that was underpowered. The good news is that hunters looking to buff their gear can finally get an upgraded version. The bad news? You’ll have to fight one of the game’s most tenacious—and annoying—monsters.Read more… Continue Reading at http://kotaku.com

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Monster Hunter: World’s Sakura Costume Is Adorable But Not Very Useful

Monster Hunter: World is drowning in crossover events, from the recent Devil May Cry event to a Street Fighter V promotion that allowed players to dress up as Ryu. The Street Fighter love continues with a new event quest that unlocks a Sakura costume. It’s a fun but difficult mission, though the reward is a […]

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I Hate How Much I Want A PlayStation 4 Pro

When I first heard about the PlayStation 4 Pro and Xbox One X, I thought they were the dumbest things. Upgrading a console at the midpoint of a generation was unfathomable to me, and I think developers should design for whatever framerate they want rather than whatever gamers demand. But as more games come out […]

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How To Get Monster Hunter: World’s Rarest, Japan-Only, Armor

If you’re playing Monster Hunter: World outside of Japan, you’re missing out a quest for one of the game’s most striking armor sets. The Azure Starlord set requires a code that you can only obtain by going to the Universal Studios theme park in Japan, but if you’re tenacious, there’s still a way to get […]

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Monster Hunter: World’s Music Is Fantastic And Sometimes A Little Weird

Monster Hunter: World is chock full of fun given its potential for multiplayer shenanigans. Yes, its battles are epic—hunting down fearsome monsters takes patience and discipline. But you know what else is great? The music which scores its brilliantly strange world, and its collection of crazy monsters’ theme songs.Read more… Continue Reading at http://kotaku.com

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Monster Hunter: World’s Devil May Cry Gear Is Worth The Grind

Monster Hunter: World’s wild crossover events are now ten times more stylish with the arrival of a quest to unlock armor and weapons from the pizza eating simulator Devil May Cry. The limited-time event quest has players fight some of the game’s best monsters and grants amazing gear that’s absolutely worth grinding…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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Monster Hunter: World’s Big New Dragon Battle Is The Best Yet

Monster Hunter: World’s latest event adds a golden dragon for players that players really should make the necessary preparations to hunt. Dealing with the Kulve Taroth is a massive undertaking where up to 16 players can cooperate in order to get some of the most stylish and powerful loot around. The event ends in a…Read […]

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I Finished Monster Hunter: World Overnight With Your Help

Monster Hunter: World added a new elder dragon last night that can only be fought by working together with 16 other players. I was eager to join the hunt until I realized that my hunter rank was too low. I had to slay five more dragons of my own first. In order to accomplish that […]

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Monster Hunter World’s Mega Man Quest Is Terrific

While Monster Hunter: World’s Spring Blossom Festival brings back old event quests, the game keeps adding new and absurd rewards as well. The latest event quest offers one of the most exciting arena battles yet and transforms your palico cat companion into Mega Man.Read more… Continue Reading at http://kotaku.com

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What To Expect From Monster Hunter: World’s Spring Blossom Festival

Monster Hunter: World offers a rotation of temporary quests with some pretty great rewards but they tend to come and go quickly. The game’s newest event, the Spring Blossom Festival, not only brings back old quests so players can get awesome loot but transforms the hub world into a bright garden full of special meals…Read […]

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Monster Hunter: World’s New Monster Put Up One Hell Of A Fight

Last night I streamed Monster Hunter: World on Kotaku’s Twitch channel and teamed up with a group of loyal readers to hunt down the new monster Deviljho. Deviljho is a massive, pickle-looking monstrosity that’s able to body slam even the toughest of other monsters. A rainy battle against this slobbering beast became…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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