where to get manuals for GBA-games?

Discussion in 'GBA - Console and Game Discussions, Help and Tips' started by polluxx2006, Jun 13, 2006.

  1. polluxx2006
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    polluxx2006 Member

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    hi folks,

    does anyone know where to get
    manuals from gba-games?

    greets
    polluxx
     
  2. kieran

    kieran Newbie

    I know that you can get NDS and N64 docs from nintendo .com


    search google for "replacementdocs". That might give you something.
     
  3. bryehn

    bryehn GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    nintendo.com has alot of manuals for first-party titles on the site.
     
  4. g.crow

    g.crow beide mittelfinger hoch

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    They usually come with the original game

    @Bryehn: Your sig rules [​IMG]

    Mars
     
  5. game16

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    otherwise you can always go to a gamestop open up the games and take a look [​IMG] _> don't tell
     
  6. polluxx2006
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    polluxx2006 Member

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    yes, they come with the orignal game... but what
    if you buy 2nd hand games or lose a manual... see!?
     
  7. kieran

    kieran Newbie


    This is GBATEMP. Note the release list for GBA and NDS dumps.
     
  8. 5uck3rpunch

    5uck3rpunch Surf Monster!

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    You might want to see if BlockBuster Video or the like has the game you are looking for in stock. They usually have the guides....just an idea.
     
  9. Phillyman

    Phillyman GBAtemp Regular

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    www.gamemanuals.net [​IMG]
     
  10. TanookiSuit

    TanookiSuit Game Reviewer/Writer -- formerly Vampire Hunter D

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    Your best best is to either buy from the original supplier being Nintendo or a 3rd party. The next bet is to find manual lot sales and stuff on ebay as they tend to go very cheaply, but you end up with extra crap too. And as one guy said you could be an ass and steal them out of boxes in stores as well if you're sneaky enough to dodge the camera.
     
  11. chessmastor

    chessmastor Newbie

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    I think i've read the manual for like 2 games in my entire life. Other then the games that need training, aka Eve-online, the manuals are normally pointless.