Is this the most pointless game manual of all time?

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If you’ve picked up the Lego Star Wars III: The Clone Wars on the 3DS, you might have opened the box to be welcomed by this:

Seriously, aside from the warranty and health & safety info, that’s the extent of the manual.

Game manuals can be one of the big advantages of a retail game over digital downloadable ones, but there might as well not be one than have this one. There is still the occasional publisher that puts effort into the packaging of a retail game – Atlus and Nintendo, for instance, but for the most part it’s a dying art. It would be nice to see the manual return as a collectible piece of a retail game.

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