Prima Says Happy Holidays With Two Decade's Worth of Guides

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Always ahead of the game, literally, Prima Games sent us a card to wish us not a happy holiday, but a happy New Year.

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The fold-out card includes 20 years worth of covers. Impressive! Can you spot your favorite?

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dracosummoner
dracosummoner

To be honest, I feel that paper guides generally do a much better job of showing game maps and item/ability charts and whatnot, in cases where I need a lot of info (like, say, a Pokémon game).

If I have ~one question~, I'll go to GameFAQs, but if it's a situation like the aforementioned series, where there's no way I'd find everything without some sort of guide, I definitely consider it worth it to pay $15-$20 for a paper guide.

Besides, paper guides don't hurt my eyes to look at for long periods of time like my four-year-old laptop's monitor does.