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on February 12, 2012
This is quite possibly one of the worst game guides I have come across before. Its biggest problem is the layout. It's a freaking nightmare how much you have to flip back and forth. My favourite so far was one instance where what I was looking for had about 4-5 words written about it which basically said nothing with a note next to it referring me to another page.. upon turning to that page, i found another 4-5 useless words and again a note telling me to turn to a different page. is this a joke? if you cant make a coherent guide that can rival free ones people write as a hobby and post on the internet, how can your customers justify paying for your products? Next time, I'll opt for gamefaqs instead of giving you my money.

Here is a very basic tip for Piggyback:
A walkthrough (specially one that claims to be a 100% completion walkthrough) has EVERY DETAIL on the pages of the walkthrough as you go through it. It WILL NOT AT ANY POINT require you to flip to another page. The only time other pages should be referenced is to get lists of stuff (like items or enemies) or for mini-games and other such things. If you want to make a separate "tour guide" or whatever section fine, but you ALSO have to have every detail in your walkthrough.. so either just put it in the main text of the walkthrough, or have it there as well as the tour guide section. end of tip.. learn it or lose profits.

The above aside (which is already enough to make it a don't-buy), the ink smudges on the pages, the monsters information section is incomplete (it provides absolutely no information about the active/passive skills tamable monsters can learn) and this one really bugs me, the monsters section organized is by category/type. This can be nice at times when you are looking for a variation of a specific type of monster. However, try finding a monster on the list if all you know is its name (for example if someone online recommended capturing one).. you'll have to flip back and forth through the pages and read the names one by one until you find it. If you're lucky enough, you can search for a picture of it online (most don't have pictures online) and then use the picture to find a visual match in the guide.. it's useless.

Anyway. I think you get the idea. This guide is useless as a walkthrough and the detail sections aren't all that impressive either.
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