The demo isn't really beginner friendly. In the full game you have quests to get you accustomed to the controls and the general play of the game. The demo just drops you and and tells you to fight. There's not really a good way to have a demo to teach the game to a new player.
Monster Hunter also isn't for everybody. So there is always the possibility that it's just not your cup of tea.
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I've never understood why MH fans are always hating on someone. They have to have low self esteem or something.... insulting others to make themselves feel superior. Losers. Game is awesome though.
By the same token, I don't particularly appreciate people slacking off a game just because they don't like the way the controls are, or they haven't really given it a legitimate shot. I had a hard time with Monster Hunter with my first game of the series, but I was patient with it - much like I know I'll have to be with Chivalry: Medieval Warfare. It's tough for beginners, but that doesn't mean I'm going to go around on sites dedicated to its discussion and aimlessly bash on it. That's not very constructive.
Elitist at the worst. Yet we wonder why this game not sell in west
He acted like a troll and got treated like one. Doesn't have anything to do with elitism, seriously if you tried this non-sense in real life you would get kicked out of a building or beat up for this kind of behavior.
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