Monster Hunter Stories now available for iOS and Android

Ruben Fields
September 28, 2018

Today, the Japanese publisher launched a Monster Hunter mobile game that costs a small fortune Monster Hunter: Stories, a game that's been initially launched on the Nintendo 3DS, is now available in the App Store and Google Play Store for no less than $19.99. It carries a 27.99NZD price tag but it is well worth that price tag.

All in all, it looks like Monster Hunter World is continuing to outperform Capcom's expectations. You play as a rider in a village hidden from the rest of the monster-slaying world, where the people there are taught to love and befriend the monsters instead of hunting them down.

Additionally, there are multiplayer options, and you can even raise cute little cartoon version of Monster Hunter's iconic menagerie, riding them around on your travels. If you start on the free version, it's possible to import your save into the full game later. These Monster Riders perform rites of kinship with the various monsters around the world. There's a free demo version, known as The Adventure Begins, and the full experience for 19.99/$19.99 Dollars.

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In terms of the battle features, players can now recruit countless Monsters or "Monsties" and improve their bonds with them which is fundamental for your adventures. The Monster Hunter World app offers players the complete game for the one time price of $19.99 Dollars (no IAP). Take your hero and the Monsties you've raised into battles with other Riders! That said, since there's a free version, if you're into RPGs in any regard or are just looking for something fresh and hardcore to play, there's no harm in giving this one a try, and you may well end up finding a new favorite.

"This app features the same story as the handheld console version", the listing adds.

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