I hate in game tutorials (except for complex games like RTS), especially when they're mandatory to play the game. I can't remember ever buying a game that I didn't at least read 1/3 of the manual (outside of FPS). Although I have bought some games through Steam and I haven't really missed the manual, but its nice to have.
People actually still read the manuals in the newer games? They're all the same anyways. Gone are the days of manuals that actually provide information about the game you're about to play. I don't think I've actually read a manual in at least ten years. Right trigger is usually the fire button; I don't need a 10 page manual to explain that to me..
[citation][nom]sironomus[/nom]and by "greener" they mean they get to keep the extra green[/citation]
my thoguhts exactly , oh sure it helps save paper , but rally this is jsut a BS excuse to cut thier cost while not really cuttign any on teh consumer end , aka they get more moeny for less work , screw ubi soft
I like being able to physically hold what I buy but if its better for the environment then its not that big a deal. The manuals probably only cost 10 cents to make so I dont think their doing it for the money.