So the short version is, the 'guide' side of things is normally minor enough that it gets ignored, but your question had all kinds of other issues that caused it to get attention.
The long version is that, on the whole, we don't do well with questions that amount to requests for lists of things that you can find elsewhere on the internet. Some people phrase their questions in this way anyway, but, as even a cursory inspection of the search results for 'guide' will tell you, most actually get detailed, specific answers written by users here at Arqade. It's kind of one of the things that makes us special.
Now certainly, there are times that a link and a brief summary is a more appropriate answer, and we get those sometimes, and that's fine, but the key thing is that that sort of determination - that a link to an external resource provides a better answer, should be left to the people writing the answer, and to voters. Your question should pose the actual problem you face and want to solve. By skipping one step forward to one appropriate solution and excluding others for no real reason, all you're doing is unnecessarily limiting the quality of the responses you got. Your question was edited to prevent that.
I've made one last attempt to salvage your question. If you're okay with it, awesome! If you think it's more or less fine, but would prefer to change around the details in some way, feel free to edit it! If you'd rather just not ask the question at all, I'll have to recommend just deleting it at this point, as it's not going to be reopened in it's previous state.