Monster Hunter Rise (Video Game)

All about Next Generation video game entitled Monster Hunter Rise. 

Monster Hunter Rise Age Rating, Parents Guide, Release Date
Monster Hunter Rise Age Rating, Parents Guide, Release Date

Monster Hunter Rise is a Japanese role-playing game in which all the gamers embark on missions to track down and defeat a bunch of monsters. This was released on 26/03/2021 only on Nintendo Switch.

Series Monster Hunter Rise
Developer Capcom
Publisher Capcom
Directors Yasunori Ichinose
Designer Katsuhiro Eguchi
Age Rating ESRB-T(TEEN), PEGI 12
Mode Single-player, Multiplayer
Genre  Action role-playing
Release
  • Nintendo Switch March 26, 2021.
  • Microsoft Windows January 12, 2022
Platforms Nintendo Switch, Microsoft Windows

Monster Hunter Rise

This game is a role-playing game, which is developed by Capcom and presented to Nintendo switch. This game is the sixth installment in the mainline of the Monster Hunter series after Monster Hunter: World (2018).

It was released on March 26, 2021, worldwide. The developers are also planning to release its Microsoft virgin in January of 2022. This game expanded in its other version, Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak, and is decided to be released in mid-2022.

This time the game is following many of the new conventions, and also introducing new features and mechanics, we can also see a new animal as the players’ companion. Malamute can be used to ride across the map or into battle; Wirebug is used to traverse the gaming world for mounting certain enemies.

After its release, this game has gained mostly good reviews, and this game has sold out more than 7.5 million copies worldwide since its launch, and they are in the making of its second best-selling Monster Hunter game of this series.

Monster Hunter Rise Age Rating

ESRB- rated this game as T (TEEN) for Alcohol Reference, Blood, Violence. ESRB T (TEEN) rated means the content of this game is generally suitable for ages 13 and up.

PEGI- This game has received a PEGI 12 because it features depictions of non-realistic violence towards human-like and animal-like characters, as well as depictions of realistic-looking violence towards fantasy characters. Not suitable for persons under 12 years of age.

Monster Hunter Rise Parents Guide

  • Overall this is an action-adventure game in which players will have to play the role of a hunter who must save a village from a monster invasion.
  • When creatures are struck, blood appears and they let out grunts of pain.
  • In some cases, parts of their bodies, such as tails, can be removed, although there are no gore effects.
  • Players explore fantasy worlds and hunt down and kill various dragons, wyverns, and giant spiders.
  • Players use swords, hammers, bows, and they have all the access to kill creatures in frenetic melee-style combat. Spurts of blood are often depicted when players and creatures are injured during combat.
  • They are performing missions that allow players to operate mounted turrets and cannons to shoot rampages.
  • The game also contains several references to the use of alcohol in the dialogue, such as “Enjoy the occasional drink, and you’ll never need a doctor—*hic*”; “I had a couple of sips of alcohol…”; “Drinking alone ain’t the worst thing, but booze tastes better with the company”; “Pops tells the story whenever he gets boozed up.”
  • This game offers players the opportunity to purchase in-game items, in the form of consumable items, weapons, and cosmetic upgrades, which some parents or carers may want to be aware of.
  • Parents, carers, or other responsible adults should check to see what is being offered before making any purchase on behalf of a child.
  • It should be noted that the game can still be played without the need to purchase such items. Some of the creatures in this game are likely to frighten young children, particularly some of the larger and more intimidating boss creatures. [PEGI]

Monster Hunter Rise Release Date

This game was released on Nintendo Switch on March 26, 2021. For Microsoft Windows, it is going to be released on January 12, 2022.

Monster Hunter Rise Price

The price of this game is $59.99. Buy, download .and explore this game.

Monster Hunter Rise Gameplay & Features

This is a Single-player and also multiplayer. This supports Online Co-op. This supports Steam Achievements. It has Full controller support. It also supports Steam Cloud. After the previous monster hunter game. The player has to take the role of Hunter even in this monster hunter rise game.

The players’ work is to catch and kill the monsters, with the variety of weapons, tools, and environmental features given to them to destroy the monsters present in this game.

And the players have to work both ways as they have to kill our enemies and also to complete the offered quests successfully, it then provides loot from the monster, and this is used to forge new armor and weapons, and these weapons can kill the most powerful enemy forces. This fact makes the series studded with all the core loops.

Monster Hunter Rise Age Rating, Parents Guide, Release Date
Monster Hunter Rise Age Rating, Parents Guide, Release Date

In most sequences of this game series, monsters return along with a host of new monsters that are exclusively developed for Rising. There are fourteen types of weapons in this game, taken from the old Monster Hunter Generations and World, and their game has a mixed archetype of swords and shields to staves, bows, and guns, which are present in this gameplay.

This game uses a seamless map. It was the first used in Monster Hunter: World, unlike the zoned area approach typical of earlier games in the series. The maps’ directions are much more focused on vertical movement than the previous games; it is a very new tool ven to the player to help them with quick vertical scaling. The Wirebug is similar to the Clutch Claw added in Monster Hunter World: Iceborn, which allows a player to grapple and swing across the gaps or even to the higher locations just as needed.

As such, the Wirebug interacts with all the weapons in different ways. Plus to the weapon’s set of moves and combos.

This Wirebug also allows the player to set for the monsters in Wyvern Riding, which makes the Hunter mount and control the creature to a limited degree like as to either lead it into areas more amenable for combat or involved in combat with a different monster. Malamutes are the new dog-like companions given to the players as the helping creatures in rising.

They help the players quickly navigate the map without losing stamina. They can do so by riding on this animal.

Malamutes can help them in many ways. They can cliff the scale and also perform the attacking gigs if it’s necessary at the time of fighting with the monsters, Alongside all the other companions that are there to help the players.

Another cat-like creature is Palicoes, and this creature is taken from previous games. Rise game has both the features of a single play or multiplayer modes. It can be played local or online with four of the hunters in a group,

In a mode of a single space, You have to—hunt with up to two of any combination of the Palico or Palamute companions. But In the online modes, players have to select up to one of either the Palico or Palamute like to join them.

To add to the series’ typical hunts, this game introduces Rampage, and it is a survival mode where players have to defend the base village from several attacking monsters anyhow. Before and during the attack, players have to set the siege weapons and instruct non-player characters to attack the enemy forces, And the players can attack the monsters directly.

Only in the village of computer, it is announced that the player character has been turned into a hunter, By the Guild formed by the Wyverian twins Hinoa and Minoto.

And then they take the new Hunter to the leader of the village, Fugen, though along the way, an unknown flying creature is there in the way to the village, And the player can see it far in the distance.

Fugen is the village leader, and he congratulates the Hunter on their success. Still, they also warn about the pending signs of “The Rampage,” a mysterious calamity that occurred fifty years ago where a large troop of monsters attacked the village in an amount of frenzied rage.

This Fugen then gives tasks to the Hunter to prepare themselves for a possible recurrence of the Rampage, and they can do so by helping with various quests to protect and supply the village with goods on the time of building up their hunting.

Other signs of the Rampage suddenly emerge, and then Fugen instructs the Hunter to go to the Stronghold, a battleground that guards the players at the gates to Kamura. The Hunter starts repelling the attacking moves,

From there, Yomogi, who is the village chief, and Iori, who is the “Buddy Handler, “are suddenly attacked by a tiger-like creature having mace tail; wyvern, forcing them to retreat. Fugen then again aware the trio that the monster is known as “Magnamalo,” and it appears alongside the Rampage and always feeds on monsters of the horde. Following Fugen’s orders, the Hunter slays Magnamalo.

When the players return to the village, Fugen and Hinoa congratulate the Hunter on their victory once again, Fugen gives the Hunter his Long Sword, And this sword is very much important because it has been passed down from one generation to this village of Kamura.

At the time of going through with another Rampage attack as Hinoa wonders how long the Rampage is going to last, suddenly that flying monster again appears, and it has the serpentine dragon-like structure.

This is the same monster that the Hunter saw earlier. Hina’s eyes suddenly turn blue, and she says, “Where is my queen? Where is my queen?” before regaining her senses. The monster is identified as an Elder Dragon called the Wind Serpent, Ibushi. After Ibushi is repelled, the group begins to question who Ibushi’s “queen” is. Master Atsushi, the village’s lookout, discovers who Ibushi’s “queen” is: the Thunder Serpent, Narwa. Here the matter of concern is who is Ibushi’s female counterpart and mate.

After doing research, the guild revealed the origins of Ibushi and Narwa. Every fifty years, Ibushi and Narwa will emerge to mate with each other; to do so, Ibushi will wander the land to seek out Narwa. Ibushi is also behind, causing destructive storms by sending dragon energy into the ground. This turbulence is so strong that it will uproot trees and wipe out the landscape. And because of that, nearby monsters become terrified and flee directly into Kamura Village. Norway has to wait in a location.

She prefers to stay there until Ibushi can locate her. However, the disturbance caused by her presence and electromagnetic abilities tends to drive the other monsters berserk, leading to a rampage event that will regularly hit Kamura Village during the Serpent’s mating process.

This information shows that the actions of the Serpent Elder Dragons are the primary cause of the Rampage. Like the fact that Narwa had wiped out most of the village’s hunters, they are dependent on the Hunter to slay Narwa. After a deadly battle with the Thunder Serpent, Narwa is seemingly killed when she falls to her death. Narwa’s corpse is lost, and nobody has found it, however, and that’s why Fugen believes that Narwa is still not dead.

The Hunter witnesses Hinata and Minoto, possessed by Ibushi and Narwa, talking to one another in the night and saying that their offspring will roam across the earth.

After defeating various elder dragons, the Hunter is told that Narwa and Ibushi have returned and finally united. Fugen calls the Hunter to confront the two serpents and end the Rampage for good.

The Hunter starts its battle with Ibushi, whose life force is devoured, which transforms her into Narwa the Allmother after increasing her power. The Hunter faces the Narwa again and is shocked by the unexpected arrival of Magnamalo, who attacks the Thunder Serpent.

After a destructive battle, the Hunter again defeats Narwa and returns to the village. Fugen gives Hunter the name of The Savior of Kamura, and the village celebrates with great joy with the feast, and Hinoa states that the village is finally free from all the enemy forces.

Monster Hunter Rise Age Rating, Parents Guide, Release Date
Monster Hunter Rise Age Rating, Parents Guide, Release Date

Monster Hunter Rise System Requirements

MINIMUM:

  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: Windows 10 (64-bit)
  • Processor: Intel® Core™ i3-4130 or Core™ i5-3470 or AMD FX™-6100
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® GT 1030 (DDR4) or AMD Radeon™ RX 550
  • DirectX: Version 12
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 23 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: 1080p/30fps when graphics settings are set to “Low”. System requirements are subject to change during game development.

RECOMMENDED:

  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: Windows 10 (64-bit)
  • Processor: Intel® Core™ i5-4460 or AMD FX™-8300
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1060 (VRAM 3GB) or AMD Radeon™ RX 570 (VRAM 4GB)
  • DirectX: Version 12Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 23 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: 1080p/30fps when graphics settings are set to “Average”. System requirements are subject to change during game development.

Monster Hunter Rise Characters

The prime characters of this game are- Fugen, who is the Elder. Hino is the Quest Maiden. Yomogi is the Chef. Hamon is the Blacksmith. Kagero is the Merchant. Komatsu is the Sweet Tooth. Hojo is the Guild master. Minoto is the Hub Maiden. Master Utsuski and Buddy Handler Iori. Feline, who is also Chief Kogarashi. Rondine is the Trader.

There is also a new pet that will help you out on quests: the Cohort. Cohorts are the title given to the popular pets in Kamura and are also loved for their affectionate and clever nature.

Apart from all the stuff these creatures to hunters these small creatures also help out on quests by showing the positions of monsters.

Even between the quest, you can also dress them up in fancy outfits, so please make sure to give them the daily attention that they deserve.

Monster Hunter Rise Trailer

 

Monster Hunter Rise Review

Pros: New, versatile movement of abilities, and it also expands combat and exploration. Has Greatly improved visuals and the performance of the Nintendo Switch version. The Unique Japanese aesthetic is also used, and world design stands apart from all the previous entries.

Cons: Visual effects are again very obscure in combat. Anf hunter voices are very annoying.

The Graphics are very much clean. This game is not better than the world’s standards, but it’s very solid, especially for the Nintendo playing Platform.

 Not meant to be PC graphics, it’s a Nintendo Switch, and even for the Switch, this game blows graphics are expected to be away through the roof. If you want that level of detail, then please go to enjoy the gameplay.

The actual excitement is THE THRILL OF THE HUNT: There is nothing better this game to be together with your friends/pals and be a hunter to hunt down a challenging monster that will give you a run for your money and then easily upgrade your weapons/armor as you make progress through the game and fight more challenging monsters.

I will say this it has not been extremely difficult to progress through the game for me at least, but that might be because I am pretty seasoned with the previous games and know what I’m doing most of the time, so it might be more difficult for any new player to find this game like that is not very familiar with the game mechanics/knowledge to learn.

This game is Beautifully Designed. The publisher and developer Capcom added more exciting content, challenging monsters. They will make it very difficult for players on many monsters to come as they are impressively added with DLC. It also has Free content, so there is room for Challenge. You like to trust me this game is best for players. This game is very good in my opinion, and everything about this game has been made fantastic done, And this game is worth playing,

So what are you waiting for? Go and enjoy the gameplay.

OFFICIAL WEBSITE: monesterhunter.com

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1 Comment
  1. John Adam says

    Naturally it is worth it, a Monster hunter game lasts at least for 100 hours and if someone wants 1000 hours out of it, they can get it. (Edit: I want to add that 1000 hours wasn’t meant as a recommendation as far as playtime goes. Depending on your goals, grinding can be a waste of time or it can be training and having fun. My recommendation is to use your time wisely, take long breaks and play other games too.)

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