#1 Edited by Marino (4597 posts) -

There's a pending sub to add this as a concept.  The argument the user makes is that with Ubisoft ending the inclusion of manuals, it's not a given anymore.
 
What's your guys' take on it?

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#2 Posted by LordAndrew (14424 posts) -

That sounds totally ridiculous.

#3 Posted by JJOR64 (18906 posts) -

I say no unless there is a game that has an instruction manual in the game.

#4 Posted by Not_Rage (470 posts) -

A concept about boxed games that don't have manuals would make more sense.

#5 Posted by Marino (4597 posts) -
@JJOR64: There's plenty of concepts for things not actually in a game.
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#6 Posted by Video_Game_King (35985 posts) -
@Not_Rage said:
" A concept about boxed games that don't have manuals would make more sense. "
Right now; in the future, both would be very stupid ideas.
#7 Posted by iAmJohn (6108 posts) -

So a concept that contains every single game under the sun except for a handful.  That makes sense.

#8 Posted by Organicalistic_ (2954 posts) -

hey man so are they taking up extra disk space putting them on the disk, or is there now no manuel at all?

#9 Posted by StarFoxA (5138 posts) -

Maybe a concept for future games titled 'In-Game Manuals?' That way it wouldn't encompass every game, but rather a select few.

#10 Posted by JJOR64 (18906 posts) -
@Marino:   That's true.