(Forgot to add that in the title so look away now if you don't want some stuff spoiled)
I just got my 64th cube in Fez and I really enjoyed having to use pen and paper to solve these puzzles. I've heard some people saying that having to decipher the glyphs is too much work or that the game expects you to be smarter than you are. Well I disagree. Admittedly I did check online for hints and solutions to a few puzzles but I feel like that's just part of the fun of the game; having to discover all of it's secrets together as a community, sharing our theories with each other and such. It might be the chocolate talking, but I think Fez has achieved something really special, especially in these first couple of days. I may have completed the game according to my gamerscore, but I still have no idea what the monolith does or whether stereoscopic 3D serves any use but I'm looking forward to when we all figure it out. I don't know if Phil Fish intended for everyone to work together on the puzzles and deciphering the glyphs, but if he did he's one clever guy.
Do you think this feeling will be lost on people who get the game in a years time and have all of their questions answered for them immediately when they check online?