Defend yourself in Monster Hunter Portable 2

In Monster Hunter Portable 2, armor means a**-kicking - Image 1 In Monster Hunter Portable 2, armor means a**-kicking - Image 2 

One of the harder parts about this work involves interpreting the weblation of foreign-language information, such as these “guard strengthening system” nuggets for Capcom‘s Monster Hunter Portable 2 we’ve found in Dengeki Online. (But we’re not really complaining here; we’re actually grateful.) Well, this loosely translates to the game’s defense system – armor and defensive buffs and so on.

Based on the info at Dengeki, we’re looking at a rather extensive customizable defense system involving different types of armor, skills, and “tolerances” or immunities. Armor itself comes in four varieties, Normal, D, U, and S. Here’s the interpreted lowdown of the armor classes.

  • D has weaker defensive power than Normal, but “but because the number of slots is many, degree of freedom of skill is high.” You can load multiple skills such as increased weapons skills, or the “tolerance” or immunity to cold weather, hot lava, and so forth.
  • U and S, which can only be gained from advanced quests, also have multiple skill slots (as it seems), but increased (vastly if S) defensive power.
  • The defensive power of the armor part itself can be improved or upgraded, although skill slots and “tolerances” do not change. Dengeki mentions need of “materials and process cost.”

Are you sure we weren't warped into Cooking Mama?

And then there’s the game’s cooking-based mini-game. Here’s what Google says Dengeki has to say about it:

[airukitsuchin] which appears in the previous production raising, furthermore power also appearing is ascertained! The hunter employs [airu], can have preparing the meal. Because in [airu] there is the difference in the respective proud cooking and possession skill etc, may become important to employ various [airu]. In addition, when material such as raw meat and fish is transferred to [airu], the service which it is densely the [ri] is burnt is added.

In Monster Hunter Portable 2, armor means a**-kicking - Image 1 In Monster Hunter Portable 2, armor means a**-kicking - Image 2 

One of the harder parts about this work involves interpreting the weblation of foreign-language information, such as these “guard strengthening system” nuggets for Capcom‘s Monster Hunter Portable 2 we’ve found in Dengeki Online. (But we’re not really complaining here; we’re actually grateful.) Well, this loosely translates to the game’s defense system – armor and defensive buffs and so on.

Based on the info at Dengeki, we’re looking at a rather extensive customizable defense system involving different types of armor, skills, and “tolerances” or immunities. Armor itself comes in four varieties, Normal, D, U, and S. Here’s the interpreted lowdown of the armor classes.

  • D has weaker defensive power than Normal, but “but because the number of slots is many, degree of freedom of skill is high.” You can load multiple skills such as increased weapons skills, or the “tolerance” or immunity to cold weather, hot lava, and so forth.
  • U and S, which can only be gained from advanced quests, also have multiple skill slots (as it seems), but increased (vastly if S) defensive power.
  • The defensive power of the armor part itself can be improved or upgraded, although skill slots and “tolerances” do not change. Dengeki mentions need of “materials and process cost.”

Are you sure we weren't warped into Cooking Mama?

And then there’s the game’s cooking-based mini-game. Here’s what Google says Dengeki has to say about it:

[airukitsuchin] which appears in the previous production raising, furthermore power also appearing is ascertained! The hunter employs [airu], can have preparing the meal. Because in [airu] there is the difference in the respective proud cooking and possession skill etc, may become important to employ various [airu]. In addition, when material such as raw meat and fish is transferred to [airu], the service which it is densely the [ri] is burnt is added.

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