The Charge Blade is another weapon that we enjoyed throughout Monster Hunter World. It had a decent story, while Generations had one that was much more cobbled together. The Lance is the first weapon to move tiers compared to MHGU, in which it occupied our A Tier. On balance, whilst we’re very happy they took the heat gauge away from the Gunlance, we surely weren’t happy to hear that they had taken the Oils away from the Sword n’ Shield. 7) No gunner/blademaster equipment split & swapping gear on the fly - This is a very nice feature, and one I do hope continues (the lack of gunner/blademaster split) because it is a bit tedious to be grinding for different equipment types. (like how Twilight Princess ranked below Phantom Hourglass and Spirit Tracks for that reason...) In fact, you even explicitly state this. I've heard they added quite a content and interesting play styles though. this is because Monster Hunter games progressively moved from Sony to Nintendo consoles, and of course they will improve over time. I love that, but it's not a game changer. I've never played it, don't own non-Nintendo consoles. If you keep it, you are pretty much bullying people. They're probably referring to how much time they played multiplayer, which is obviously a potentially infinite amount of time for any multiplayer game. The Long Sword has always been such a smooth piece of hardware. This is also the entry in which the Switch Axe made its debut. Maybe we should have made more tiers available, but we’ve committed now and honestly we tend to write these based on our play time with each, which turned out to be pretty equal overall. All of the previous weapon types found in the previous game will be available to use in Monster Hunter Rise, and presumably in the Demo as well. @anti-matter dude what is wrong with you? Best of all they're completely optional, so if they dont suit you, just run guild without arts. If I had to decide which MH is best I would say I can't, the two that I've played offer a very similar, yet also at times different experience, both games are very polished for the times at which they came out. They're not "filler content" when they're literally not filling anything. Generations would have been there for changing the fundamental combat system with its style options and hunter arts (it's also the reason why it gets a lot of flak). (Kills my dream of a MHStories 2 for Switch sniff). I wonder which one it is this time? Feature: The Making Of Star Fox Adventures, The Game That... Hades Gets Physical Release, Plus Soundtrack Download And... 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The Glaive has moved up in our estimation, though we’re not sure which reason to put it down to. I love both to death, but GenU just offers more, and isn't big enough of a divergence to be hindered. You can easily swim around by using the camera, along with the Target Cam feature (L, Type 2 for me). Some of it’s peak weapon options are a real pain to make too. My 3 was my first foray into the mh universe and then 3u was great as I agree underwater battling was awesome and I miss it world is ok of a game but I'm used to the style of the portable or Nintendo side of games. The other lists were for Zelda, Mario and Metroid - be pretty tough to find a non-Nintendo game at the top of those run-downs. Hopefully that doesn't come to pass but all evidence seems to point that way. MH4 would have gotten in for introducing different altitudes and making combat feel more 3 dimensional. Alright, first let me say that I totally respect preferring World. If you think I'm salty because World wasn't number one or whatever, then you'd be dead wrong. I've been checking this site for at least a couple years now regularly, but I figured it was about time I join into the comments section every once in a while; last thing I intended to do was to offend anyone or come off as someone rude. If you're a massive completionist, yeah, you'll be sinking several hundred hours (not too hard to break 1k) into it, but you can just as easily see "everything" in just a few hundred hours... "just" I guess, heh. @Haywired The amounts of salt here are unrivaled. I need to go back to World and pick up the latest game on Switch. If you want a certain move all the time, run guild. Every game after 3 has either removed water entirely or just used it as a way to travel between zones. Pfft. It still feels like a walking tank, but it’s hops and thrusts feel much more fluid. Edit: On the note of combat strategies, though, I'll also disagree with you there. MH3U, at first I had a love-hate relationship with it, but with time I realized that this game is really really great. See how it goes. The mines are a nice addition, and the whole affair feels a whole lot smoother, but it’s just not quite up there with the S Tier weapons for us. 4. Less fun solo, but a fantastic online weapon. 3) Interactivity - With the environment, and monster - to - monster. @ReaderRagfish would probably check this list out, but we all know he's just gonna keep playing Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate. I’m really looking forward to it! One day it just stopped existing. My boyfriend was a bit annoyed at MHGU distributing MHS guild card backgrounds to all players, as he's robbed of even wearing that badge of honor having suffered through it. @FoxyGlen Thank you for the reply, Glen. MH4 especially was just great in every way, nothing to nitpick here. Those very weapons are the subject of our Tier List today. @Krull ^^. Being always online means you can use the nifty flare feature to call in friends whenever, which is nice. It’s a return to form for us, having fallen out with it a little in Gen and Gen U, and it’s almost entirely down to the new sword buff. Above I explained why having different zones (via the load screens) isn't an inherently bad thing, but it is true that the format World uses is much more fluid. @Spookypatrol You shouldn't apologize to dumb things. Not a single one identical. These lists seem to put a lot of emphasis on which games were more "groundbreaking" or "pushed the series forward" etc. GenU (XX) and Gen(X) are fun but i wouldn't put them on my top 3, probably on 4th and 5th respectively. @Switch_will_fail Alot of people enjoyed those moons. @sgarcia-dev Next up we have the original Monster Hunter, which launched on the PS2 way back in 2004. I’ve just downloaded the demo. It's hard to say which game I like more. @JaxonH No, they are not well thought out. I'd rather have less but more refined content. I have only scraped the surface here of the amount of content GenU has, but it is a very meaty game, and that really is something worth considering. No way. Look, Gen Ultimate is fantastic, but it is not better than World. (Also GenU has a far superior transmog system cough) There's not one end-all equipment set in GenU, meaning you have freedom to experiment. I mean I guess apart from the literal waiting for it to load bit, but at least the loading is really zippy. Also, MHW is still being updated and gets better with each addition. Oh, i wasn't mad about Monster Hunter.I was Fine with Monster Hunter series.Until someone made a joke about Cutesy of rated 18+ titles (Not about Monster Hunter). But other styles are built around balance. Huh. The reality is, you may not like them or find them fun, but a LOT of people do, and half the world's population didn't turn into mass-murderers because they played Dark Souls. It's not just the quality of life changes but the weapon mechanics are so much better and more finely tuned in World than in previous entries. You then use a series of taps and swipes to perform a variety of attacks, from blocking to evading to pulling off special moves. But the fanboys are more Nintendo than Nintendo themselves. 5) Prowler mode - An additional "weapon" type on top of everything else is definitely notable. Before I clicked on this I thought: "All the PlayStation ones will be in the bottom half of the list. MHGU doesn't even have voice chat so should never be in the top 3. My kids and I all really enjoyed Stories. The only big qol improvement in world there is the training grounds behind your house. Perhaps the Heavy Bowgun deserved it. 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Adding a new, balanced weapon type in a game where weapons and monsters are the most important features is a definite positive in my eyes. @Wanjia But I can say the oposite, that World is not Gen Ultimate. Maybe compared to Gen, but definitely not compared to GenU. My first purchase was on the PSP. Also, one new weapon type with playable Palicoes. Makes the map seem bigger than it is. @Anti-Matter It kills me every time that FromSoftware developed that. MHGU is great, and I'm really enjoying going back and playing this game but MHGU has Lao-Shan Lung which is the worst hunt in any game, yes, even worse than Zorah Magdoros. Have only 3 hours in GU so far so I can’t really have an opinion there but I still prefer Tri over World. And like with Smash, I'm fairly certain the next Smash title after Ultimate (if we get it) will be some kind of major overhaul of the series. Because I feel like that could get boring really fast. A NINTENDO SITE RANKING GENERATIONS ULTIMATE HIGHER THAN WORLD LMFAO, I have played 3, 3U, 4U, Gen, World and am currently playing GenU.I would rank them:1. ... MHGU can be played solo or up to 3 other players via local wireless and online co-op. Because they're so varied (and there are even monsters on skeletons not present in World), they fight very differently to one another, which is another problem World has. Mounting kind of ruined some of 4U for me, together with the bad chat options, but it had some really good monsters. Oh and as @Ooyah said, you know nothing, you are just showing ignorance and intolerance. I would term that a bit of an overreaction. As @Spookypatrol puts it, the reasoning behind . Still, we’re not sure we agree with the complete removal of Siege mode in this fashion. Choose from 14 different weapon types, mix and match them with unique Hunting Styles and Hunter Arts, or even play as an adorable but ferocious Felyne in Prowler Mode! Did Breath of the Wild really need 900 korok seeds? @Spookypatrol NEVER Ever said that rated 18+ games titles in front of me !Making cutesy from that DAMNED games is just more Insulting to me. For me, it's a tie between FU and 3U. Only major gripes I had with that one was the removal of the day night cycle and bowgun customization. The slam is stupidly satisfying when it looks this good too. I started off with 3 on the Wii. I've got a buddy who loves the series but I have never played any myself. Your email address will not be published. It's just something to put on the box. It sits in a bit of an awkward position, as it felt a bit like a watered down version of both the original and Monster Hunter 2 thanks to Capcom's efforts to make it more portable-friendly. You don't say! Won't ever touch World, I don't consider it a real Monster Hunter game. I’ve only played the Nintendo installments as well. That said, it's not a huge difference when you probably want a different set of skills for your different weapons, anyway, so you'll probably end up building more than one set regardless. @Anti-Matter"I KNOW they are Really Bad , Dangerous & Useless. I think people brush off the loading screens because they're, well, loading screens and loading screens are boring, but being able to bounce out of a zone in an emergency (since you can't heal off of the environment and you stand still while using items) helps. I remember they never covered Conker's Bad Fur Day. More or less. So ultimately, I think MHGU is the best overall MH experience ever released aside from World, and even then, is actually better in many respects, or rather, it has advantages that World does not offer (like console/handheld/portable console play and multiple controller options, more content, etc.). If you treat those NL guides as a game of whats the missing game rather than actual content, then those guides do the job nicely. Clue: the latest Switch game that needs pushing will usually be number one (with a link to buy it). A lot of people consider Ocarina of Time to be a far superior game to Breath of the Wild, even though BotW undoubtedly looks a lot nicer and is smoother to play. Otherwise I agree with most of these! 4U2. So, while the maps may not be as big, they are considerably more varied. The big new feature introduced in this was the Felyne fighter who could join you on quests. It benefits from everything the Lance does too of course, but we’re mainly just pleased to be poking and exploding without restrictions again. All of the styles are well-balanced (although like with anything, certain styles are better for certain weapons) and add a lot of flavor and customization to your weapons along with the arts. World is my least favorite out of 5 monster hunters ive played so far. Also this is highly subjective as well. This fantastic weapon manages to feel like multiple others […], The Light Bowgun, or LBG for short, finds itself in a strange position in Monster Hunter World. Especially since the combat itself isn't that different between GU and World (speaking on the feel of most of the weapons, provided you find a style/weapon combo you like... which in theory makes the combat of GU more diverse, too). As for why GenU is higher than World, that's up to debate because they're both different enough to make ranking them largely up to personal opinion. I played 3U the most by far! Nobody ever goes there, and creates a much less social experience, which is ironic considering the strives they've taken in making it MORE social. Only real difference is the need for pickaxe's and bug nets, which isn't clunky, just different. I played it on the Wii, on 3DS and recently tried the demo on Switch, but it isn't a series for me. Yes we’re taking a break from Generations Ultimate, a title you may be aware we like, to focus on it’s newer, prettier and altogether more streamlined brother.The latest in the behemoth slaying series feels significantly different to it’s forebears: The titular monsters are different, gathering was … And the monsters... Love monster hunter, really want to lie generations ultimate, will try it a few times - but really, world is where it's at. I'm around 300 hours. In the end, it’s the improvements to mobility, hitboxes and animations that make the difference. Completely additional options above and beyond. It’s a marvellous addition that managed to keep the weapon relevant without removing it’s identity. @Trickbaby14 Well... almost every monster... Rip Gigginox, Qurupeco, Hypnocatrice, Gogmazios, Dalamadur, Shen Gaoren, Yama Tsukami, Gobul, etc etc... Buuuuut really I don't think anyone can be upset about the comparatively-few left out when the roster is so huge otherwise XD. @SuperWeird World is a really great game, first Monster Hunter I've really enjoyed playing personally, even though I tried the PSP and Wii games. Back in my day...we had to transport our eggs uphill BOTH WAYS THROUGH THE SNOW! You really need to learn the difference, and stop spamming the same old tired routine in so many articles. All weapon types have already been announced and confirmed in official videos. It's always seemed interesting but hearing about people dumping hundreds or thousands of hours into a single game scares me... And this is coming from an avid JRPG fan who doesn't mind 100-200 hour long games. That being said, with the breadth of resources for GenU out there, putting in a little extra research isn't too hard, and once you know what you're doing, the meat of the game is what matters. I agree with this list only because monster hunter had been a series that keeps evolving, just like the monsters you fight. But for those of us who like the variety, it is extremely welcomed! @roy130390Sorry, but it will NEVER change my habit.I will keep AGAINST rated 18+ because I KNOW they are Really Bad , Dangerous & Useless. GenU offers the best of past generations and newcomers, ranging from owls to crabs to bears to insects... you name it, it's probably in GenU. I tried out a demo for this series at one point, but I just wasn't able to get into it. Enough said. I hated it. 3U was my first MH game and I do really miss the underwater fights. Sure. They’ve always been a weapon that favours quick darting movements, so having every little movement chocked with additional frames can only benefit. While it may not have aged quite as well as later entries in the franchise, the framework it established remained largely unchanged until Monster Hunter: World arrived to shake things up. Okay, so you talk about the clunky systems such as gathering, tutorials, and loading zones. Mario: Switch game @Spookypatrol No problem, welcome to Nintendolife. Yet another weapon that retains it’s high spot is the Switch Axe. It’s swift movements, long slashes and measured chunks of damage always leave us feeling like a modern, monster slaying samurai. I have tried a few times to get into Monster Hunters. 3U for the underwater combat and all the stuff it improved on the original 3. We're not averse to difficult decisions though, so we've taken it upon ourselves to rank every single Monster Hunter game (yes, in a departure from our regular programming, even the non-Nintendo ones) to determine which is the very best. MHXX (GU) is good, but I don't really like the new weapon tree system. 6) Story - While some people don't care too much about it, it's undeniable that World has a better story than GenU... mostly because GenU has no story. We feel kinda bad for the ol’ Doot Doot in Monster Hunter World. Generations ultimate/XX better than worlds? (Atal-Ka is the closest thing to an end-all set, and even then there are sets that are better than it for certain things; Atal just makes it easier to get certain charm skills.) like, what? We’ll admit to having been a little worried about the Great Sword. “Is it a monster, is it a monsterrrr!?”. @Wanjia Perhaps you differ, but I play MH to fight monsters. Monster Hunter Dynamic Hunting is an iOS spinoff that provided a more linear hunting experience back when the App Store was in its infancy. Surely World is more "groundbreaking" and "pushed the series forward" more than Generations Ultimate, which is just an enhanced port of a game that already appears on the list (so isn't even the most groundbreaking Monster Hunter Generations game)? It’s chunky and satisfying, as it should be. Loading Zones: I know I'm in the minority with this, but here me out; I love the open worldness of World, but I kinda miss zones. And its even worse in GU since they added the Hunter's Pub AND the Soaratorium. No way is Generations Ultimate better than World. And I get that they're completely optional, but I dont think that alone justifies their existence. Portable 3rd HD, 3U and Gen U are following closely. In regards to the shilling, yes. I only own and played 4U and I have nothing to complain about it, it's really a great game. You can have a great-feeling weapon, but if you're fighting against a small roster of monsters (especially a small roster of similar monsters), the benefit of a nice weapon is going to get tired out really quickly. Wanna run DPS Prowler? Not versed on the Monster Hunter series sadly. It's the weapon of choice. @BobbI can only speak for myself, but I don't like Generations as much as the other games for multiple smaller reasons. Arts, styles, an additional weapon outright (Prowler), and a larger monster roster mean that combat is considerably more varied... so whether or not you like the feel of the weapons in World more, it doesn't detract all that much from the actual variety that GenU has. For Veterans that have been playing Monster Hunter since the PS2 era, GenU is almost like a love letter to it's fans. So, naturally, the Nintendo ones will be higher on the list. The fact that it has every monster from the series in it is enough for me. It's always weird when people immediately call the latest entry the BEST VERSION EVAH. We do miss the hunting style options, specifically Adept, but that doesn’t mean it’s completely useless. Striker is basically guild style but slightly different and gives you an extra hunter art. Although Idk why anyone wouldn't dive in to all 6 of the styles with open arms. The zones allowed the map to be far more diverse, as not everything needed to be connected. This has seemingly been corrected in World, and it’s been improved further by changes to it’s aerial arsenal, Kinsect aiming and indeed levelling. It has only gotten a little better with each installment. Think about it like Monster Hunter's equivalent of Smash Bros Ultimate (Everyone is here). don't get me wrong I love deep stories in my games when I play nier or the witcher but not monster hunter. I respect your decision to not play them yourself, but I can't say I respect your crusade against them for people who do enjoy them. The move set has also been slightly altered and the result is that, for us at least, they feel more playable than ever. Capcom took our favourite side stepping, range morphing freak and added just enough flourishes to bring it up to speed. It was heavily based on Monster Hunter G, the Japanese expansion pack for the original Monster Hunter, but changed the formula to allow you to play largely solo. The color palette and art direction is more up to personal taste (I'm not personally big into the more desaturated, less colorful scheme they went with, but I admit that the models and textures, etc, are objectively better.). It also introduced two weapons types (Charge Blade and Insect Glaive) and new status effects/mechanics (Bleed, Mounting, Virus). Safe to say this one’s not for us – maybe Rise will resurrect it. Loading screens? What you state is an opinion, not a fact. You'd choose a monster to hunt, pick your weapon type, and head out into the hunt. -> Yes, we know GenU is "clunkier" than World and more difficult to initially get into, but once you are into it and get used to the jankiness, (which a lot of people do get used to, if they weren't already from previous titles) there is just far more to do and see. Wanna run bomber Palico, or Tank-taunt hammer? 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