Video Game Instruction Manuals Deserved To Die
Once upon a time in video game history, learning how to play a new title was akin to building a piece of furniture. Instruction manuals tucked into the covers of every Nintendo game and PC box were the only sources of information about getting started. Nowadays, this vintage practice has slowly fizzled out to a point where gamers will be hard-pressed to find manuals inside the physical copy of many modern games. While the death of game manuals might come as a disappointment to nostalgia-seekers, it's what's best for publishers, developers, and consumers. Certain game manuals are so rare today that collectors will pay top dollar for classic Nintendo titles that come with mint-condition manuals.More...
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