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Submitted by wound 695d ago | opinion piece

Let’s Talk Tutorials

Super Metroid recently debuted on the Wii U’s virtual console at the low, low price of 30 cents. With it came droves of curious young gamers who had only heard of such a game in myth. Eager to play this masterpiece of the past, these youthful adventurers plunged headfirst into the game but found themselves stymied by small tunnels and red doors. Were they unable to figure out what to do, or unable to proceed because they weren’t being told how? (DOnkey Kong Country 2, Industry, Mega Man X5, Metal Gear Solid 3D: Snake Eater, Super Metroid)

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