For a linear game like GoW, you dont need a guide, everything's pretty obvious. But for certain games like GTA, oblivion, you do need a guide, else its really difficult to have access to every feature of the game, particularly when nothing about such features are mentioned in the game manuals! Eventually without a guide, you'll be losing on certain cool features which the game makers had provided !
For ex: while playing GTA 3, I never knew about the "you weren't supposed be here" sign or the ghost city. I came to know about such things only from a guide.
Or for that matter, without a guide, I cant play a game like oblivion, where there's nothing like an "in game" tutorial....still there're so many aspects of the game, which I've never understood !
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Post by Tyler Durden on Feb 28, 2007 13:43:44 GMT 6
I agree, for a game like Oblivion you do need a guide especially when there are so many skills, so many spells etc. It's very difficult to understand everything. I had to create like 3 - 4 different characters until I came up with the right combination of skills. And all of those I learned about from guides. But yeah, something as linear as say GOW or Halo does not need a guide. It just spoils the fun... kinda...
Anyway, I finally found Crackdown at PlanetM yesterday!
Just played for about half an hour, killed the first General and blew up some cars! I'm sure it'll be a lot more fun once my character is upgraded!