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In the N64 days I discovered a help line discretely listed in instruction manuals that was an automated menu type thing that only charged long distance rates instead of phone sex rates so I abused the hell out of it. I couldn't believe it wasn't more widely known. I mean, it was clear as day, in very small print, at the back of the manual under the warranty information but WtF?! I could spend 10 minutes listening to options and making category selections then get what I needed and hang the fuck up for less than a dollar 😎!
God why do you tubers all say MARE E O ( tTgQF0L4w2o&t=15m11s 15:11 ) This is too accurate
Hey scott, i was wondering what you think the Future of the game guide/walkthrough will be?
I wonder if it was intentional that his second song and his second to last songs are the collection room from sonic generations and door to summer from knuckles Chaotix. Considering the collection room is a remix of door into summer
I basically just look stuff up when I'd otherwise resort to brute-force, when a game gets repetitive/tedious with a certain type of puzzle I didn't sign up for, or when the solution to a problem takes ages to even try out etc. One thing that comes to mind is in Battle Network 3 a few days ago, I had to find ''one of many birds'', and I don't feel bad spoiling this: APPARENTLY there were origami birds in this one hospital room, the game made no effort to make sure you took note of them before. Ideally, game devs would stop doing these things to their awesome games to begin with. How about our objective is ''Something is hidden somewhere!!! Oopsie!'' And then you have to try pressing A on literally every corner of the game, did you have a head injury?
Thats Dedication drawing all those Talley lines just for a bit pahaha
I definitely remember back then when I would have to wait for my mom at the store I would read the guide books and I would admired the art they make for it even if I didn’t play some of the games of the guides
❌️ tTgQF0L4w2o&t=15m27s 15:27 Scott takes the mick out of all other YouTubers with that 'if you like this Video...' 🐂💩
Since last year (2022), I've been buying Walk-through Guides for:
*Street Fighter: Alpha 3
*Super Mario Bros. DX
*New Super Mario Bros.
I think they're nice to have and one day, I'll replay said Games and leave notes in them too.
tTgQF0L4w2o&t=3m56s 3:56 this old lady - playing Final Fantasy with an NES advantage
Mario 7-4 was designed by a psychopath
Scott’s hair changes every single video ☠️
Today it was HM03 surf in Pokémon Diamond DS. A Bunch of Trainers
I like old Pokémon manuals that straight up lie and give false info
The Pokemon games are some of the best games to make physical guides. It's so awesome to have a real-life Pokedex to browse through.
1) In the early days NINTENDO handled things both the best(Nintendo Power and the guides) and the worst(the 900 number).
2) E.T. was ahead of the curve on difficulty. It wasn't a bad game. You just had to read the manual AND understand that certain things were random.
Metal gear solid put pretty much full feature strategy guides in the manuals and it was NEAT.
The waffle house has found it's new host
My fav strategy guide: MGS from Versus Books. Unofficial guide that dedicated an entire page on how to kill the guy taking a piss,
Most hated strategy guide: Official FFIX book. All it did was try to get you to use their site that you had to make an account for.
My God, I always forget how horrible old-school iMacs looked