Which guide (Nintendo's or Primas?)

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User Info: Becca

Becca
4 years ago#1
Which would you say is the better one to have? Which one has more artwork and such?
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User Info: assassin17

assassin17
4 years ago#2
i don't have the Nintendo guide, but i'd imagine it has more artwork, as the Prima guide has none. :P though it does have screenshots, which are all black-and-white. also, it doesn't have dungeon maps with room-level detail, but rather takes the dungeon maps you see when hitting "X", labels each room (e.g. a room on the first floor might be "1F-3"), then uses these room names to tell you where key elements of the dungeon (e.g. the Big Key, Compass, Map, certain obstacles) are. it's pretty effective.

also, Zach Meston is a good writer, and there are some humorous parts.
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assassin17
4 years ago#3
^ btw, that post was in regards to the SNES guides released in the early 1990s; i forgot i was even on the GBA board when posting.
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