Nintendo's Power Line used to be amazing. In the days before the internet it was personalised gaming assistance. Like Gamefaqs turning up at your door with a hint lying elegantly on a silver platter.
You'd punch in a phone number, get help, then your parents would foot the enormous bill, at zero cost to you. It was perfect.
These days, of course, Nintendo doesn't bother with that. Yet still feels compelled to offer advice on where to get tips on its product information. Leaving us with the awkward message above that, in typical Nintendo-and-the-internet fashion, can't even spell "walkthrough" properly.