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StrategyWiki celebrates 500 complete guides milestone


1:00 PM on 07.27.2011
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Online strategy guide and walkthrough resource StrategyWiki is celebrating the fact that it's now hosting over 500 complete guides. Earlier this week, the site announced that the guide for Ultimate Spider-Man was completed, marking the impressive milestone.

StrategyWiki tracks its guides through four levels of completion, assuring that each guide is accurate and up-to-date. The site was founded in 2005 by Brandon Suit, and then later adopted by Destructoid community member (and friend) Scott "Procyon" Jacobi.

Congratulations to StrategyWiki and its community for this awesome achievement. Now I can finally delete "100% complete Ultimate Spider-Man" on my "Things To Do Before I Die" document.






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