Originally posted by Restless:1. Nobody reads manuals for games.2. In-game tutorials exist, learn as you play.3. This is the internet, and you're on Steam. Looking up a guide is just a Google search away.4. There probably is a readme.txt SOMEWHERE that nobody has ever opened, ever.
Originally posted by (ΘČĐ)™Conrad925:The vast majority of PC purchasers/free recipients have digital download versions which usually don't include a manual like you might get if you bought an actual disk at a retailer (can't even remember the last time I did that). As I recall, the literature included with the retail product usually just had install instructions and maybe a brief rundown of the characters and weapons in the game and default controls/keymappings.Hands-on training is usually the preferred method.
Originally posted by Munkee:you do have 1 as you play. the little annoying as pop up, that says "melee hunter off" "shoot tongue" "bash with mouse2" "throw pokeball to catch wild pikachu"
Originally posted by Awesome:Originally posted by Munkee:you do have 1 as you play. the little annoying as pop up, that says "melee hunter off" "shoot tongue" "bash with mouse2" "throw pokeball to catch wild pikachu"You wouldn't believe how many people I run into these days that still don't know to shove specials that have people pinned, I've even seen them reload while I am right next to them being killed by a hunter.On-screen instruction are hard for them to read, imagine them actually picking a piece of paper, or opening a text file. Text. File. tl;dr for sure.
Originally posted by Visi:Manuals are unnecessary nowadays, but I do miss them. They were fun to read through back in the day when effort was put into making them.