Monster Hunter PS2 longplay request

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Game title: Monster Hunter
Platform: PS2
Release Date(s): March 11th, 2004 (JP);September 21st, 2004 (US); May 27th, 2005 (EU)
Developer: Capcom
Publisher: Capcom
Genre: Action RPG

You play as a hunter who is tasked to slay monsters in order to craft weapons and armor from their remains, the game relies on the players skill in trap usage as you can craft items to disable the enemy monster. The combat revolves around watching the monster's movement to dodge and counterattack, along with watching your health/stamina. Some weapons and armor require certain monster parts (Head, Body, Hand, Waist, Leg) that may or may not drop, so there's a chance you have to grind for them. Unlike most RPGs, the hunter doesn't level up stats instead relying on the armor and weapons to exploit monster weaknesses or gain immunity to status ailments, and to survive the environment that they live in. Minegard is a vast world that has a variety of locations to explore, like the Forest and Hills, Jungle, Swamp, Desert, and Volcano. There are more than just monsters lurking around, there are anthropomorphic cats called felynes, some are docile while the melynx will steal a random item. If the mission is completed within the time limit, the hunter is rewarded with zenny and the monster parts after a successful mission. Main line quests are referred to as Low Rank or Village Quests, once the player completes them that unlocks High Rank or Gathering Hall quests, G Rank and Master Rank are unlocked after the endgame, those add more monsters, the most powerful being Elder Dragons.
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