Ah instructional manuals, I missed you old friends
For the sum total cost of zero platinum points, you can download the strategy booklets for Mario Strikers Switch yourself. There’s two in total: one that goes over basic techniques, and another that focuses on advanced mechanics. Both of them run the gamut of the game’s tutorial system, and really, the advanced booklet isn’t a bad thing to have near you as you’re learning the game.
Interestingly, they fold in such a way that they can be turned into actual booklets. They even have a full page dedicated to folding and cutting! If you’re game for a crafting project that requires identifying “mountain fold lines and valley fold lines” you’re set this afternoon. As an added bonus: Thankfully, Nintendo has crafted the booklets to ensure they can both be stored in the actual Mario Strikers: Battle League case.
If only you could order physical manuals for every first-party Nintendo game
I get wanting to cut down on environmental footprints, but providing a “print on demand” service for manuals sounds like a really interesting potential market opportunity. Even if they were sparing and linked to the My Nintendo physical goods system, there’s something there.