Monster Hunter Rise: the cosplay of Hinoa and Minoto signed by Ruka and Hiko

Monster Hunter Rise: the cosplay of Hinoa and Minoto signed by Ruka and Hiko

Monster Hunter Rise

While waiting to face the new challenges of the Sunbreak expansion, today we offer you the double cosplay of Hinoa and Minoto, the twins of Monster Hunter Rise who entrust players with an avalanche of hunting missions, created by Ruka and Hiko.

Hinoa has the task of assigning the Village Missions, in practice the single player quests and which represent a sort of tutorial and appetizer before the tasks of the High Grade. She has a very sunny disposition and loves bunny dango, Kamura's specialty, a trait that has also been faithfully reproduced by Ruka's cosplay.

Minoto, on the other hand, is the receptionist of the hunting base, the multiplayer hub of Monster Hunter Rise, where players prepare to face the dangerous monsters of the High Rank. Unlike her sister, Minoto apparently has a cold and composed personality, which actually hides a gentle soul. In Hiko's cosplay we see her holding the brush with which she compiles the paperwork of the Guild, an activity that occasionally causes him to suddenly outbursts of anger.

If you like couple cosplay, we recommend that of Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy made by Daria_Martina and Dryoma and the double cosplay of Asuka and Shinji from Neon Genesis Evangelion by Shirogane_sama and Wolfoty.

Changing gender, instead, we suggest the radiant cosplay of Mona from Genshin Impact made by larissarochefort and the cosplay of Faye from Cowboy Bebop by Vanessa Vhenix.

What do you think of the double cosplay of the twins Hinoa and Minoto of Monster Hunter Rise signed by Ruka and Hiko? Please let us know in the comments.

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Monster Hunter Rise PC Demo Recap

It's been awhile since our co-op crew has gone on a monster hunt, but last week Locke, Mike, and Jason donned their armor and doot horns to check our the Monster Hunter Rise demo on the PC. Everything went exactly according to plan and they definitely have no rust from not playing for a while...

All three of us went pretty hard into the PlayStation 4 version of Monster Hunter World, but then fell off before Iceborne came off and - with the exception of Locke - didn't make the switch to PC. Mike has put a little bit of time into Rise on the Switch, but with the impending release of the game on the PC and the expansion - Sunbreak - due out sometime Summer 2022, this seemed like a great time to hop in and check out how the game fares on the PC. So far, it seems like it's a pretty straightforward port of the Switch version with some higher res textures and 4k support; which is probably all that's needed.

As far as the actual game itself, it sits somewhere between World and the older entries in the Monster Hunter franchise. Many of the movement and other quality-of-life improvements that came with World to make it more enticing to a broader audience are present in Rise, but there are some things - like the scout flies and investigating footprints - are absent. Going from World to Rise doesn't feel like a huge transition and I'm looking forward to getting back into some big monster fights.

The PC demo of Monster Hunter Rise is available now via Steam and the full version will launch on January 12, 2022. The full game is also available now on the Nintendo Switch. The Sunbreak expansion is slated for a Summer 2022 release.

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