Many people, GB staffers included, are saying "Day 1 is day 1" and that valuable because of the community working stuff out together. The game launches with a strategy guide though. That means, on day 0, the answers are there, for anyone that wants them. So at the point when it's "time to work something out" there is a guide. The obvious solution is to say "Well don't look at the guide" but you can't people who have read it stay out of threads, so the best bet would be to avoid discussion of the game in-case people with the playbook are in there saying "nah man, you just need to destroy the crystal behind him" or "world tendency works like this".
At this point what value does day 1 have? Exploring stuff would be richer if you didn't involve yourself in the communities because they will hold all the answers from a very early point in time. I just don't foresee it being some Fez-like labour but instead more a wiki by forum post. Even if the strategy guide is bunk people will have that wiki filling out in 48 hours and those people will also by contributing to the community talk, which wouldn't be a thing of discovery together more than the guy that's 2 bosses ahead of you telling you enemy weaknesses and where traps are,
I'm not trying to piss in anyone's cereal but I just don't see how this could be a big deal. In fact I think playing it away from the fount-of-all-answers that is the internet would be a richer experience if like me you want to discover stuff, not be told it.