Missing the Magic of Game Manuals

3rd World Geeks

It’s hard to compete with technology. Nowadays, with the advent of very, very, very tiny powerful computers that can fit in your pocket, you call them smartphones, it’s become incredibly simple to just hop onto the Internet and get all the necessary information you want to complete a task anywhere at anytime. Not only that, things have become so incredibly user-friendly that doing something is actually more intuitive than we care to give credit for.

But that doesn’t change the fact that I am sorely missing the era when video game manuals came with every physical copy of every video game you bought. It may seem like a bonkers concept to the younger generation and they’ll be questioning because no one reads manuals, right? Games have become so intuitive that you don’t need to look at a bunch on instructions to play them. Also, most games today have little tutorials…

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