PS4: -The Evil Within 2: 8.5 / 10 -Tales from the Borderlands: 8.5 / 10 -Monster Hunter: World (main story): 8.5 / 10 I've finished the main story of Monster Hunter: World, including both low rank and high rank. Now, when I say "story", I did not pay attention to the story at all. I completely ignored it and didn't care. I'm still playing the game because frankly, its multiplayer mode is quite addictive. The game has been out since the 26th of January this year, and not even a month has gone by and I've already poured nearly fifty hours of game time into it. It doesn't feel like I did, but the evidence and reality is there. Maybe I should back off a bit. For the most part, I enjoy Monster Hunter: World. Playing by yourself is pretty boring (and difficult) while playing with randoms makes the game easier, but more enjoyable. Where this game truly shines, is when you play with friends. Graphically, it's an amazing looking game with a pretty good soundtrack. Gameplay wise, it does the job quite well. The combat system reminds me of the Soulsborne games, e.g. you'e a little person going up against huge bosses, different weapons change play styles etc. The monsters you battle are all quite challenging, as they're essentially boss fights. Sometimes though, the game can be downright unfair but I think it's just a matter of luck and coincidence, e.g. you get hit by a boss, suffer heaps of damage, get stunned (and thus can't move) and then you get hit again, dead. The game has a lot to do and is actually quite complicated. I think the instructions of the game aren't told very well and the menu structure is a huge mess. It's a terrible user interface, in my opinion. That being said, you do get used to it and it's apparently better than previous games. If you've got friends to play with, Monster Hunter: World is a blast. If you're playing by yourself, it can get boring but you might find fun with randoms, and it's not hard to find randoms. Don't be surprised if you waste heaps of time playing this game.