(12-15-2010 02:13 PM)vlsaggerson Wrote:
(12-14-2010 09:08 PM)xiphirx Wrote:
(12-14-2010 08:54 PM)hollowleviathan Wrote: Reading a walkthrough witha modicum of self-control will get you only the information you need. It's not an inferior method, just a different one.
Asking on a forum takes time, reading a walkthrough is instant. If you trust yourself that little, you can always have someone else read the walkthrough for you.
I suppose, but I just hate it when I see some idiot grab a game along with the walkthrough in stores. Seriously, they're already anticipating that they'll be stuck. Plus, there are much better free ones available online.
I'm getting too off-topic, sorry.
I would just like to mention that I am a 69year old lady who has never played this kind of game before and I just used the walkthrough when I was really stuck.., I thought I had done rather well up till then and I was sick of the damn dog in the corridor and I didn´t know what to do next, perhaps I am too old for these kind of games after all
Sorry, something is telling me that you're not 69. It doesn't really matter actually. Its not like you are much less incapable of exploring things when you hit a certain age (well, maybe if you get Alzheimer). No one is ever too old for games in my opinion. It's a form of entertainment that suits anyone, although I'm a bit surprised that someone as old as you (if you truly are 69) is playing a game that cause problems.