This page will cover both Strategy guides hosted on this wiki as well as recommended guides by outside sources.
Guides on this WikiEdit
- Anno 1404: Colonial Spain... with tips!
- Dragon Quest: Explaination and tips on this wildly popular RPG series
- Dwarf Fortress: A quick Intro to understanding this complex strategic sim
- Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time: Getting ahead in this RPG/platformer
- Final Fantasy IV: The After Years: Huge guide with characters, spells and more
- Legend of Mana: A quick explaination of the game and a few basic tips
- Legend of the River King: Epic guide to being the best fisherman EVAR
- Robot Unicorn Attack: No, really. There's some neat tricks for this one!
- Minecraft: tips for Newbs for the game made for people scared of Dwarf Fortress.
Games that may have some mature/offensive content
- Dungeon Keeper: Less of a guide and more something to tell the differences between Games
- Duke Nukem Forever: You really need some advice? Here you go.
- Kenka Bancho: How to be awesome without becoming a Shabai Shabazo
- Killing Floor: Lists of zombies, teammates, and a quick review
Guides Under Construction You won't get full info out of here, but you're welcome to help if you have the time and know the game well enough to add some great info.
Reccomended Outside GuidesEdit
A list of outstanding Strategy Guides that are just so well done they deserve to be on some kind of recommendation list.
If a game has had:
- a re-release of some sort (a port or re-arrangement with notable added/removed content (Example: Super Mario Advance 3: Yoshi's Island))
- an alternate version (through regions or systems) (Ex: The Lost Vikings Sega MD version vs SNES version)
Then please specify which version the guide is used for.
Reboots (Ex: Splatterhouse (2010)) and full-blown remakes (Ex: Ys: Oath in Felghana) should have their own entries separate from their original games.
If by some chance a guide can serve well enough or even entirely for an alternate version or release of a game, then please specify the systems and extents in the game guide's description, along with any other notes you see fit, especially regarding original printed releases (i.e. extra goodies like CDs, pinups, and other such rarities).