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Monster Hunter Freedom 2 Videos and Trailers - PSP

Game Description:The hunt-or-be-hunted saga continues, with over 50% more content than the original game. You are a mighty hunter, working your way through breathtaking environments to defeat bloodthirsty creatures. Build up your abilities as you get better weapons and armor to fully customize your character. Choose to hunt alone, or join up to three other hunters via Ad Hoc mode to bring down even bigger and more challenging beasts. More than 250 quests will push your abilities to the max as you play through the skill-based gameplay. Over 70 monsters, 700 weapons, and 1400 different armor items will ensure you have all the options you want to keep you coming back for the kill!
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