I was playing pokemon Black 2 the other day, and took notice that there's many places where the game essentially babysits you, especially when compared to old school Red\Blue\Yellow. Then it hit me that there's tutorial levels on most games modified into standard play. Gone are the old days when you had to read the instruction booklet or you'd be on your own before playing. I still remember Resident Evil 2. Opening scene and BAM, you're in the middle of a street with a gun and a knife and 8-10 zombies around you. Enter game. Or old pokemon games, where you had to buy everything and just train things and enter caves and whatnot. In the newer games there's a healer at each cave, people give you stuff for free [I've got a full inventory of potions, pokeballs, greatballs, lemonades and whatnot]. Final Fantasy VIII? Take a wrong turn, don't pay attention to a tutorial, BAM, you're in the training garden with no guardian forces against a Tyranosaur with 14.000 health. Anybody else feel this way? What's your take on it?