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GameCube Anthology Classic Edition Hardcover – January 1, 2018
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- Item Weight : 3.5 pounds
- Hardcover : 364 pages
- ISBN-13 : 979-1093752426
- Product Dimensions : 0.87 x 0.04 x 1.06 inches
- Publisher : Geeks-Line; 1st Edition (January 1, 2018)
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B07X1M85QH
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It's very polished and the only thing that irks me is that the spine title is upside-down when the book is placed face-up.
If you even have the slightest urge to get this and it is available at around MSRP, do it. It's a great buy.
If you are interested in the GC, it's a great resource to own.
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Mannent is a competent reviewer, and although I don't agree with his opinions on *all* the games, I respect them. Yeah, there are a couple of typos here and there (he's French), but nothing too bad; really, the only thing that bothered me was the rating system. It's really inconsistent throughout the book; he sometimes gives 3 stars to games that sound really bad, while giving the same rating to games that sound OK. And some of the games to which he gives 5 stars, seem to be really flawed to him. No biggie, but yeah, a little confusing.
Lastly, he ends the book with information about cancelled games --this could have been longer; there are a bunch of titles he barely mentions and writes nothing about--, bundles, special editions, collector's items, and more. Yeah, the book is no perfect, and some of the info could have been more in depth... but in general? I had a blast reading it, and it actually helped me discover a couple of games I may want to play now for the first time. It's a perfect read for Nintendo fans, and of course, for gamers who, like me, grew up with this amazing purple lunchbox; one of the more underrated and lovable video-game consoles out there.