I've never played LoL, but I can understand the frustration. Just imagine a modern day fighting game without a training/practice mode.
"Can I at least learn a combo or two first?" "LOLNOPE, you're own your own SUCKAH!"
I've never been much of a fan of the "throw them in the deep end" approach, sometimes it works, but it seems a lot of the time it just prevents someone from wanting to have anything to do with the activity at hand.
@rem234: If they wanna do it, they should just do it, no problem. It's when they start talking about it all the time, and talking about how great they are when they do it, and when awards are given out for it, it feels overbearing and more than just a little ridiculous.
Guide books are kind of a pointless thing these days, what with online walk-throughs being available, though there is occasionally, a use for them. I.E. The last two guide books I've bought, Mass Effect 1, so I could find the location of every resource deposit, because wasting time finding those things was not my idea of fun, and the Guide book for Starcraft II, because I really had no idea of the 'proper' way to play a RTS game.
@cejay0813: Yeah, I looked them up after the fact, and she's the only one I've actually seen before. That being said, I still doubt her style of humor will mix well with Ghostbusters. I think she relies too heavily on visual gags, where as Ghostbusters had something like 65/35 ratio of spoken jokes to visual gags for its humor.
Having looked up the others as well, NEVER seen any of them before, so... yeah. And even if they're 'established', doesn't mean they're the right people for the job (To be fair, I can't really think of anybody right now that WOULD be right for the job). So, I'm still pretty sure this movie is going to be a cringe fest.