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Submitted by tromwarrior 465d ago | review

Oprainfall Review: Monster Hunter Beginner’s Guide

Oprainfall writes: "Roy Blakely and Sarah O’Donnell are huge Monster Hunter fans in the West, starting a podcast called “My Fair Hunter,” which debuted back in July of 2011. The weekly podcast episodes have the two playing Monster Hunter Tri and showing new players strategies on how to deal with the wide array of monsters, the game mechanics, the advantages and disadvantages of each weapon, how the community expects new players to act accordingly when in a party online, and so much more.

With over a year of showing gamers the ropes of Monster Hunter Tri, they decided to put all their experience and knowledge of the series in the form of a handy dandy guide book called “Monster Hunter Beginner’s Guide.” The guide itself is an attempt to acclimate or ease new players into the franchise. Does the guide book have what it takes to do just that? Let’s take a look." (Culture, Monster Hunter, Monster Hunter Tri) -

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