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OldBoy

I love my manuals. The first thing I do when I get a new game is roll a cig and read the manual.They did used to be better back in the days before in game tutorials though there are still some good ones. And seriously you can't beat the smell of a new game manual This is one of the reasons I prefer physical media as opposed to downloads,not that I'm against them all together mind, but I dread a future of download only games on the next gen of consoles which could be the way the industry is heading.

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orlick

I do not think the gfame (or any) industry will ever go totally digital downlaod - but I share that sentiment. One downer on WW games, it would be cool if they made manuals you could download and print - I would do it!

(Sounds like a new Nintendo Life venture, I nominate Chicken Brutus for project manager, (on the strength of his photoshopping skills and writing) official unoffical nintendo life wiiware game manuals! Adam is his chief grunt)

Ben Cartwright: You and your education.
Adam Cartwright: Education is progress! Now what have you got against it?
Ben Cartwright: I don't have anything against education - as long as it doesn't interfere with your thinking!

OldBoy

orlick wrote:

I do not think the gfame (or any) industry will ever go totally digital downlaod - but I share that sentiment. One downer on WW games, it would be cool if they made manuals you could download and print - I would do it!

(Sounds like a new Nintendo Life venture, I nominate Chicken Brutus for project manager, (on the strength of his photoshopping skills and writing) official unoffical nintendo life wiiware game manuals! Adam is his chief grunt)

I think it would be a great idea if you could buy official reprints of manuals for VC games through the stars catalogue.Maybe even pakaging LOL I'd buy it.

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