Summary: Love the ability to play with others around me, plus it also has the ability to share the game as a demo. Avatars are relatively customizable. Main downside is a clunky camera control and inability to buy or make potions early game, but repeating levels allows for a buildup of necessities when needed.
Summary: The game itself so far seems like a more Gothic, "Devil May Cry-esque" verson of Monster Hunter in terms of actual gameplay and style, allowing you to wave around large weapons at very large monsters, take on side-missions and make shiny goods. The biggest let-down though is the camera, as only the D-pad can turn it, leaving you at the mercy of locking on and hoping.