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Arg. There's a reason we're buying a physical product, and it's so we DON'T have to deal with stuff like this.
In years past, gamers poured over instructional manuals. The booklets gave a story synopsis, tips, and a rundown on how to play the game. Recently, the manuals have gotten skimpier and skimpier.
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Ah, apparently only some publishers are doing this.
I love my instruction manuals. Especially when they have some heft to them and solid information. Much prefer those designed so other language versions are easily removed, but am not enjoying the trend to no manual. I'd even purchase one for @ US$10.00 if decent.
Agreed. I hate alt.language materials, especially after it took nine months to get the english ones for gears of war 2.
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