Kid reviews for Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate

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Exceptionally fun, deep action-adventure promotes teamwork.
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age 10+
Based on 4 reviews
Teen, 13 years old Written byWigglepuff July 9, 2015

This game is great!

I got this game the moment it came out. i had played monster hunter 3 ultimate before, and it was fine for kids of all ages. If you are afraid of your kid learning about magic in this game, don't worry, there is none! The blood is nothing but a red flash, and you can turn it off too. There is no talking whatsoever. It gets a little antsy with the guildmarm, your quest lady, since she has on a very short skirt, but she is almost always sitting down. it is pretty hard though. You CAN get kinda drunk though. Whenever you have a drink to boost your statistics, it will make you tipsy. you walk like you're out of breath, and eventually you pass out. Overall, this game is appropriate for kids 8 and up!
Teen, 16 years old Written bySnakeMan March 19, 2015

Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate Review

The violence is very mild, and the enemies are just Dragons and Dinosaurs and other monsters like giant worms or reptiles. The only people that get hurt are the hunters, that just are carried back to a camp like in a Zelda game. This game is about defending innocent people from horrible beasts.
Kid, 12 years old June 26, 2015

Very good, not for young kids

Great to play if your aged 12+ and you're into the monster hunter searies or you like this type of game. You can play online or play alone. Even the demo is good. Obviously not for kids below the age of 12 or kids who can't take violence (etc) because of violence and hunting beasts.

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Teen, 14 years old Written byImBatman2003 February 7, 2016

Awesome Game

Monster Hunter is amazing game...but it's pretty violent though. It's not your average deer hunting game and when the game says monster it doesn't mean zombies or skeletons. Like I said it's violent, you battle huge dragons and beasts and carve them to make armor and weapons out of them. Blood does come out of the monsters but is very minimal compared to your average FPS game. A lot of blood can be seen if you preform a new attack in which you jump on the monster and repeatedly stab it with a knife. In short its good for older kids.

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