Top Games To Play If You Like Monster Hunter World

Need a break from Monster Hunter? There are plenty of awesome games to hunt giant beasts/machines in.

Posted By | On 25th, Apr. 2018

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Want to get more Monster Hunter World action but too stubborn to experience the excellent handheld editions like Monster Hunter Generations and XX? Take heed for there are similar games out there that let you hunt monsters. The differences from Monster Hunter World range from the minor to major but at the end of the day, here are 15 games that let you hunt down your foes.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

Witcher 3 Wild Hunt

“Killing monsters” is Geralt’s calling and while The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt didn’t have dragons or other monsters on the scale of previous games (with some DLC exceptions), there were still a number of beasts to fell. The creepy Leshens, hulking Fiends, Wraiths, Wyverns and much more await your blade. Fair warning though – the combat isn’t nearly as compelling as Monster Hunter, you can’t mount monsters, and much of the preparation falls to blade oils, potions and skills. It’s still fun though and the various side quests feel unique and interesting.


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