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Submitted by ctate1995 580d ago | opinion piece

Video games: The Disappearance Of Manuals And Memory Cards

Video game manuals, they were given with every game and held instructions on how to play the game. It was so essential to have a manual back then that most of us were excited to open up a new game and look at the manual before we even played. Where have they gone? (Culture)

DivineAssault  +   580d ago
I get the whole "going green" thing but i feel kinda ripped off now that most games dont have physical manuals anymore.. I liked having the books for all my games & reading small bios & what not.. Memory cards still exist tho.. My vita needs another 32 gigger.. Maybe ill get the 64GB & just hand over the $100 ;(

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