Discussion in 'Video Games and Technology' started by MasterOfPuppets, May 18, 2006.
So who makes the best one?
I use gamefaqs.
Perhaps my first post wasn't fully clear.
When I say strategy guide I meant like Nintendo's official one, Prima's, Brady Games, all those companies that make strategy guides.
I don't like using internet ones because I would have to keep running back and forth because I don't have a computer near any of the TVs in my house. Plus printing them would use too much ink.
Perhaps MY first post wasn't fully clear as well. Nintendo's Player's Guide is the best. I've tried others in the past, but I didn't care for their look or the descriptions. Gamefaqs is on bigger games for more expansion on details (IE, RPG's sidequests, really specific guides), but their lack of visuals a lot of the time and their author's descriptive talents leave something to be desired.
Ah I see. The question mark you left made me think that perhaps you didn't understand something. But that clears everything up. Thanks for the advice. I may end up getting Prima's though because I used one of theirs for Majora's Mask and it was very helpful. But if I can find Nintendo's cheap then Nintendo it is.
Ugh, Prima's one for Majora's Mask is what got me hating their books. I bought it the day the game came out because EB was offering a deal, but that book was so bad I had to go buy the Nintendo one later.
But Prima's one had a snazzier cover.
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