New Monster Hunter: Rise Gets Good Reviews

Monster Hunter fans have been eagerly awaiting a Switch version of the game since the Nintendo Switch came out in 2016.
On March 26th, 2021, Monster Hunter Rise will be released with a PC version coming out in 2022.
A number of people have already tried it. Its most recent Metacritic score was 87, which is just a few points less than the Monster Hunter: World version across the three platforms.
According to Sayem Ahmed of NintedoLife, the Switch version of Kamura tells Kamura’s story in a way that has not been done before in other versions of the title.
Most articles about this Switch version enjoyed the world-building. Jason Guisao of Game Informer gave it a rating of 7.75 out of 10. He felt the environment filled his mind with endemic life and hard-to-find secrets.
An article in the Guardian highlighted the differences between Monster Hunter: World and this version. It does tone things down and progresses a little slower. It is situated in the communal, rural setting of Kamura Village.
These quests were modeled after Japanese folklore. If you are a seasoned player, you could choose a quest from the HUb rank. If you want to be eased into the game, you could pick quests from the Kamura village.
Kazumo Hashimoto of Siliconera gave this game a 9 out of 10 rating and pointed out that the Village quests are very unique because you get cut scenes when you go hunting for the first time. They have a short narrator that gives a synopsis of the monsters based on their appearance or background. These cutscenes are inspired by Japanese Kabuki theater. These stories of lore connected the game to Japanese mythology and folklore, which he found refreshing.
It appears that Monster Hunter: Rise will be a good game for you.

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