Monster Hunter Freedom for the PSP E3 Screens

Capcom has announced at their E3 press conference that the addition to the Monster Hunter series, Monster Hunter Freedom for the PSP will be released across North America on May 23.

In Monster Hunter Freedom, players will have to take on various quests and fight off monsters either alone or with the aid of friend (via the PSP’s ad hoc mode). The quest will start with the players customising their characters by choosing face, voice and hair types, and also the various attributes their monster hunters will possess.

The players and their personalized monster hunters will have to take on different quests in order to receive rewards and upgrade their equipment and arsenal. Players will have to accomplish given tasks such as retrieving a valuable egg from a nest and hunting down mighty creatures. During these quests, players can also scavenge for food, collect weapons and armor (out of monsters’ bones), and gather just anything for decoration.

Monster Hunter Freedom will include new quests and additional content and features specifically made for this PSP version. There are enhanced quests made more accessible for either single player experience or multiplayer mode via ad hoc. Players can exchange certain items including guild cards that track the players’ points whenever they play together.

There are expanded item shops where players can upgrade their weapons and armor using quest rewards or pillaged items, and where they can also buy items, food and ammunition. Hunters can store and manage items in chests and save their progress while they read magazines or rest in bed while they’re in their improved house area. They can also choose to invest in their towns’ businesses, buy and sell from village merchants and manage their own farms.

Mini-games such as collecting items, harvesting plants and completing other small tasks are included in the game. As promised, here’s a hefty dose of Monster Hunter Screens:

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Capcom has announced at their E3 press conference that the addition to the Monster Hunter series, Monster Hunter Freedom for the PSP will be released across North America on May 23.

In Monster Hunter Freedom, players will have to take on various quests and fight off monsters either alone or with the aid of friend (via the PSP’s ad hoc mode). The quest will start with the players customising their characters by choosing face, voice and hair types, and also the various attributes their monster hunters will possess.

The players and their personalized monster hunters will have to take on different quests in order to receive rewards and upgrade their equipment and arsenal. Players will have to accomplish given tasks such as retrieving a valuable egg from a nest and hunting down mighty creatures. During these quests, players can also scavenge for food, collect weapons and armor (out of monsters’ bones), and gather just anything for decoration.

Monster Hunter Freedom will include new quests and additional content and features specifically made for this PSP version. There are enhanced quests made more accessible for either single player experience or multiplayer mode via ad hoc. Players can exchange certain items including guild cards that track the players’ points whenever they play together.

There are expanded item shops where players can upgrade their weapons and armor using quest rewards or pillaged items, and where they can also buy items, food and ammunition. Hunters can store and manage items in chests and save their progress while they read magazines or rest in bed while they’re in their improved house area. They can also choose to invest in their towns’ businesses, buy and sell from village merchants and manage their own farms.

Mini-games such as collecting items, harvesting plants and completing other small tasks are included in the game. As promised, here’s a hefty dose of Monster Hunter Screens:

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