PS Unlimited Writes: Remember back in the day, (about 15-20 years ago for those of you that were alive) , when obtaining a strategy guide to your favorite game was a hot commodity? Sure, you may have played MKII till your thumbs bled, but finding out how to create sick combos that you didn't even know existed was a massive benefit to reading one of these.
It feels like mainstream strategy died with the decline of Counter Strike usage, thus ushering a new era of rumor as gossip. (Not including MMORPG’s such as WOW) System loyalties define today’s modern gamer more than ever, rather than a showcasing a gamer’s tenacity and skill. Yes you will still find today’s top gamer on your favorite game’s leaderboards, but the idea of competition has taken quite a casual stance while we’re busy ogling the latest interpretation of pretty graphics.