#1 Posted by giznad138 (1 posts) -

Was just wondering if Mass Effect Trilogy is on this site or not. I looked, and am not seeing it. Or I'm just stupid and missed it somehow. I know in the first Mass Effect wiki, it mentions the trilogy set, but it still doesn't have the PS3 version of this game listed, except for the one that's on PSN. I was hoping someone could add an entry for the Trilogy set on ps3 and 360. The reason I ask, is because I'm using an app on my phone called Game Vault and this is one set that's not popping up.

#2 Posted by c0l0nelp0c0rn1 (1782 posts) -

Why don't you add it to the wiki?

#3 Edited by Marino (4101 posts) -

@c0l0nelp0c0rn1: @giznad138: It's just a box with the three games' discs in it. We don't list these types of compilations as their own game page.

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#4 Edited by ma_rc_01 (354 posts) -

@marino said:

@c0l0nelp0c0rn1: @giznad138: It's just a box with the three games' discs in it. We don't list these types of compilations as their own game page.

Shouldn't we? Pages for compilations would be cool.

#5 Edited by Ubersmake (753 posts) -
#6 Posted by Hailinel (22704 posts) -

@ma_rc_01 said:

@marino said:

@c0l0nelp0c0rn1: @giznad138: It's just a box with the three games' discs in it. We don't list these types of compilations as their own game page.

Shouldn't we? Pages for compilations would be cool.

Metroid Prime Trilogy is up there. Granted, it includes a reworking of the first two games to work with the Wii remote, so it has more in common with Devil May Cry HD Collection than Command & Conquer: The First Decade. But the latter does exist on the wiki.

Metroid Prime Trilogy contains all three games on one disc as a single package, and as you noted, contains changes and additions to the gameplay. Mass Effect Trilogy is just the three individual games packaged together rather than existing as a unique compilation.

#7 Posted by Ubersmake (753 posts) -

@hailinel said:

@ubersmake said:
@ma_rc_01 said:

@marino said:

@c0l0nelp0c0rn1: @giznad138: It's just a box with the three games' discs in it. We don't list these types of compilations as their own game page.

Shouldn't we? Pages for compilations would be cool.

Metroid Prime Trilogy is up there. Granted, it includes a reworking of the first two games to work with the Wii remote, so it has more in common with Devil May Cry HD Collection than Command & Conquer: The First Decade. But the latter does exist on the wiki.

Metroid Prime Trilogy contains all three games on one disc as a single package, and as you noted, contains changes and additions to the gameplay. Mass Effect Trilogy is just the three individual games packaged together rather than existing as a unique compilation.

Should Command & Conquer: The First Decade have its own page, then? Or does it get around this by being on one DVD (and having an extra DVD), instead of a repackaging of the original CDs?

#8 Posted by Hailinel (22704 posts) -

@hailinel said:

@ubersmake said:
@ma_rc_01 said:

@marino said:

@c0l0nelp0c0rn1: @giznad138: It's just a box with the three games' discs in it. We don't list these types of compilations as their own game page.

Shouldn't we? Pages for compilations would be cool.

Metroid Prime Trilogy is up there. Granted, it includes a reworking of the first two games to work with the Wii remote, so it has more in common with Devil May Cry HD Collection than Command & Conquer: The First Decade. But the latter does exist on the wiki.

Metroid Prime Trilogy contains all three games on one disc as a single package, and as you noted, contains changes and additions to the gameplay. Mass Effect Trilogy is just the three individual games packaged together rather than existing as a unique compilation.

Should Command & Conquer: The First Decade have its own page, then? Or does it get around this by being on one DVD (and having an extra DVD), instead of a repackaging of the original CDs?

I'm not sure. I could have sworn that page was deleted once before, but I might be wrong.

#9 Posted by Marino (4101 posts) -

@hailinel: @ubersmake: If it has a unique interface/menu to navigate between the games and additional content, it typically gets its own page. Otherwise, like the Mass Effect Trilogy, it should be listed as a release for those individual games.

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