Steam's latest community feature has just been announced. Steam Guides will add the ability for community members to add manuals, references, guides or walkthroughs for their favorite games straight into Steam. Seriously, Steam? Why don't you just buy Facebook and Skype and put those in there too. This is getting out of hand!
Basically, just go to any community, and keep in mind that there are community hubs for basically everything on Steam now, click on the "Guides" tab and you'll find a list of everything available pertaining to that hub. If you want to create a guide, it's just one more button click from a hub's "Guides" page. Guides can include text, pictures, tables , even Youtube videos, but ultimately it's up to the public how useful the guide is.
Naturally, it's all available now. Head over to the hub of your favorite game and check out the guides section to see if there's anything you might be missing out on. Yet another smart addition to Steam by the guys at Valve, and perfect for gamers using Big Picture mode that can't otherwise jump on the net and browse for guides. Whatever will be next, Valve?