That's a 3ds game brought over to the Switch. It must have done pretty decent numbers if they're making a new Monster Hunter specifically for the Switch. I hope they improve it though because Monster Hunter world was terrible. Having to resharpen weapons and the endless grinding. I can't stand games that are just hard for no reason (sad thing is, that's supposed to be the easy casual mode).
Sharpening your weapon, grinding and difficulty have always been a mainstay of Monster Hunter. World was actually a cakewalk compared to previous titles in the series. Perhaps the series is not for you, it happens. :)
I f***ing hate articles like this. Something that is found in food in tiny quantities gets unexpected results in a lab when rats are injected with HUGE quantities of it. That's not enough of an attention grabber, so then it's a "McDonalds chemical" making hair grow. Even though dimethylpolysiloxane is used in a shitload of foods.
Also, the dimethylpolysiloxane isn't growing the hair back. If you drink a bunch of sea water and then die, you don't come to the conclusion that drinking water kills you.
Dimethylpolysiloxane is a common freaking food additive, and it doesn't grow your hair back. Article is taking some science that readers otherwise wouldn't give a crap about and then using a headline which drastically misrepresents it to suggest that McDonalds fries are some weird-ass chemical that makes you grow hair. Just plain shitty-ass journalism.