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What Does it Take to Make a Good Game Tutorial?

On Waypoint Radio episode 181, we're in search of a few good tutorials.

by Danielle Riendeau
Aug 24 2018, 3:17pm

Bad North image courtesy Raw Fury

This episode contains a content warning for discussion of Nazi imagery in games.

In episode 181 of Waypoint Radio, we get very excited about good game tutorials. Danielle, Rob, and Patrick discuss what makes a good tutorial and in-game learning experience, with special attention paid to games we're into right now: Bad North, Dead Cells, and F1 2018. Then we look at some historic examples and take a dip in the question bucket.

Discussed: The King's Bird, Bad North, Dead Cells, F1 2018, Valkeryia Chronicles, Phantom Doctrine, NHL 17, Madden, NCAA Football, the game of football, Dark Souls, Bloodborne, PUBG, Zelda: skyward sword, warioware, Brothers in Arms, GoldenEye 007, Perfect Dark, Banjo-Kazooie, STALKER, NOLF, Wolfenstein, Hearts of Iron IV.

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