I thought that would be the case, and in that case, why doesn't the same apply for the guides themselves? I assume that'd be due to the content of a guide still being substantial in comparison to a PSN roadmap?
There are many examples of PSN games that are so straightforward they barely require a road map of any kind, and as a rule, they aren't as complicated as Retail games. Rather than have people write RMs with one step and two paragraphs and getting a full credit, we came up with a compromise.
I was wondering, why exactly is it that road maps for PSN titles only count as 1/3rd credit whereas a guide for a PSN title counts for a whole credit? I'm just curious as to whether there's a legitimate reason for them being different