Recently, no. Any games I've played in the past few years had a Wiki, or at the very least sources of information that you could Google to find. For me, it's usually for riddle or puzzle solving, if I get to a point where I'm just completely stumped, I'll close the game and consult a Wiki or other internet source. Like some of the more complex Astarium Constellation puzzle in DA Inquisition, or some of Pyramid Teleporting puzzles towards the end of Divinity Original Sin 1; I'd have been lost without help. But as far as learning a game's mechanics and systems, I'm usually pretty good at learning those.
Years ago, before the internet was a "thing", I sometimes resorted to those 1-900-Hint lines, where you could call (and pay) for a clue or solution. I remember a certain door that required solving a riddle to open. It was either in ES Arena, or ES Daggerfall; but I just couldn't solve it, so I consulted the hint line, as it was a main quest location and I couldn't proceed otherwise. Thankfully, those things don't exist anymore.