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GameStop Discounts Strategy Guides to $9.99

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GameStop has select video game strategy guides discounted to $9.99!

Choose from over 20 guides for games on PS4, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS3, Wii U, PC, 3DS, and PS Vita. Select guides discounted to $9.99 include Super Smash Bros, Call of Duty Advanced Warfare, Dragon Age Inquisition, Far Cry 4 and more!"

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DrKarateChop1274d ago

Anyone seen that crazy Strategy Guide called the Internet? It's freaking nuts! It's got everything on there!

Bhuahahaha1274d ago

hehehehe

and beside this guides will take out some of the fun in playing the game

rainslacker1273d ago

I Like them for JRPG's. They typically have a lot of nice artwork in them. I don't usually use them to play the game though. It's faster to use the net.:)

On the plus side, JRPG strategy guides usually increase in value over time, so it's an actual investment if you can wait it out for a while.

DoggyBiscuit1274d ago

If you still buying strategy guide you are either stupid or you just haven't heard of the Internet

jholden32491274d ago

Some people collect them for games they like. Others buy them for games where there isn't a community guide yet (like games that just came out or more obscure games where nobody bothers to contribute to a wiki) or for games like Monster Hunter where it takes 10 different websites of various information to find what you're looking for at any given time.

Just because YOU don't see the value doesn't mean other people are stupid.

Jaqen_Hghar1274d ago

Why would a man not go online again? Playstationtrohpies.com is always a man's go to guide for platinums

chasegarcia1274d ago (Edited 1274d ago )

Some prefer paper over digital guides because they have lots of details outside the main missions, easier to read, very organized, etc.

Agent_00_Revan1274d ago

Most of those on sale are Digital Versions. At which point I'd say you'd have to be crazy to pay, when you can find free ones anywhere.

I buy a few guides, but they're almost always the nice hardcover Collector's Edition. Like the Mass Effect Guides.