Monster Hunter 2
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|Monster Hunter 2|
|Genre(s)||Action role-playing game|
Along with the various species of monster returning from the first Monster Hunter, Monster Hunter 2 contains many new monsters, such as the metallic wind dragon Kushala Daora, the lion-headed dragon Teo Teskatoru (named Teostra in the North American and PAL versions of Monster Hunter Freedom 2) and his female counterpart Nana Teskatory (named Lunastra in the North American and PAL versions of MHF2), the primates Babakonga and Dodobrango (Congalala and Blangonga in MHF2), the bull or minotaur-like monster Rajang, and the chameleon-like dragon Oonazuchi (Chameleos in MHF2). With new monsters also comes the prospect of new weapons and armor.
Monster Hunter 2 has an improved weapon tree and upgradeable armors. As in all Monster Hunter games, armor pieces can be worn to obtain skills and abilities. A new feature in Monster Hunter 2 is the use of gems. Gems add skill points to complement those added by armor and weapons. Gems are created by combining ore and/or monster parts. Gems can be attached and detached from armor and weapons that have special gem slots.
Monster Hunter Portable 2 is a partial port of Monster Hunter 2 for the PSP. MHP2 adds new features and includes several changes to the original game, such as the removal of some of the time flow elements and the removal of the octopus-like monster Yama Tsukami. (Now available in Monster Hunter Freedom Unite, an English Portable 2nd G). Also some features such as the Forest & Hills map at night and Teostra in the Swamp zone have been removed from MHF2, to be added after in Monster Hunter Portable 2nd G (or Monster Hunter Freedom Unite the version Released in North America and Europe). Monster Hunter Portable 2 was released in North America as Monster Hunter Freedom 2.