sticky-runes wrote:I agree with sasarai. If you really want everything to be fresh and unspoiled on your first play, don't use any kind of guide. The whole purpose of video game guides and walkthroughs is to tell you where and when to find things, and that means describing places you're going to visit and events that are going to happen. If you want to get everything exactly right without making any mistakes on your first try, then that means you've opted to have the story spoiled for you.
Sasarai10 wrote:@Antimatzist If you are REALLY stuck at some point and you want so bad to proceed then yes,you can use a guide. Otherwise definetely not,if you are playing the game for the first time. It's just like watching a series on TV. It would be nicer to see by yourself what will happen next,right?
I know it's a shame that there can't be a guide with no spoilers in but I gotta agree with Sasarai and sticky. If you use a guide, then you have to be prepared to find out details of the game you may not want to know.
Jocky wrote:Personally, being the total OCD freak that I am means that when a Suikoden game came out, I KNEW there were gonna be 108 people to recruit and I ALSO knew that I was never gonna get them all on my first play-through
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