I think it was Ubisoft that started all this non-sense. Stating that they would significantly reduce the already diminishing pages of their video game manuals. Their excuse it that "it's a means to save paper" which I think is a load of
shit excrement. Sure saving paper is great but I see this as just their means of cheaping out so that the bigwigs can get that sparkling new *insert expensive item here* earlier. My FEAR (see what I did there?) is that other companies will / are already slowly going down the same route. Pretty soon even hard copies of games will no longer exist. :(
Jim Sterling takes a look at the best videogame manual to be made in 100,000 years.