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Role-playing/Third-Person 3D Action RPG
TEEN, Blood, Use of Alcohol, Violence
Capcom Production Studio 1
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In Monster Hunter Freedom for the PlayStation Portable, beast masters can play at home or on the go. Start by selecting hair, face, voice, and other attributes to create a completely customized character, and then explore the village for challenges such as collecting a valuable egg from a dragon's nest or hunting down a certain creature. Players will find mini games further along the road at "Kokoto Farm." Monster hunters can plant seeds, fish, mine, or scavenge to earn money, items, and food. Working with and buying goods from villagers will increase town growth and development, which in turn opens up new options in the game.
When visiting the "Felyne Kitchen," gamers will find a great place to beef up their attributes. Cooking cats make meals that increase abilities for a designated period of time, also known as a "buff." A "buff" will last until a quest is cleared once, and then gamers must go back to the kitty cooks if they want another. Each cat has a "special" ingredient to use that will cause different effects, and the more the cats are used the better their "buffs" get. Two players may collect and deliver treasures within a designated time to achieve high scores and obtain items in the "treasure hunters" co-op game. A guild card collects high value prizes and can be traded with friends along with other items via the Ad-hoc multiplayer mode. Missions in Monster Hunter Freedom are tailored more toward single-player experiences, however up to four hunters may play together using Ad-hoc mode. ~ Gracie Leach, All Game Guide