5 Reasons Why World Fans Should Play Monster Hunter Generations
More Monsters to Hunt
The Monster Hunter series has always been about hunting dangerous creatures, and while World has given us a fair share of monsters, it still doesn’t stack up to what Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate has to offer. World came with a total of 31 different creatures with their own unique attack patterns and gorgeous animations, but Generations Ultimate comes packed with a whopping 93 monsters.
Moreover, the Switch game pays homage to the previous games by including plenty of monsters from the series. World players have missed out on some amazing hunts, such as the Tigrex, Gore Magala, Zinogre, and the Rajang. While they might not look as pretty as the ones that made it into World, Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate more than makes up for it dozens of more quests that will keep you hooked for hours on end.