World of Fantasy is just a compilation of five other games.
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While waiting would be the logical choice, that XL with the NES controller on it is calling my name.
@hailinel: I feel like there are a lot of concept pages that need a least a small paragraph on them. There has been a bunch of times where I am trying to decide if a concept fits a page only to go to it and it is completely empty.
@forcen: I noticed that page go up, which is how I even knew that game existed. I actually went and added it to my Steam wishlist so I would remember it.
@bigjeffrey: I had no idea they made a Duck Dynasty game, but it also does not surprise me.
@mento: Yes, those Tournament Fighter games do differ quite a bit, even if the overall game is still a fighting game. I kind of want to really dig in to company pages and figure those out, but the thought of it always scares me away. There are so many pages that probably need to be merged together/deleted/whatever that it seems like a huge undertaking.
Also, and this is just an aside, far, far too few users actually make use of the field to describe what edits were made when submitting a change to the wiki. It makes for terrible record keeping.
Yeah, I know, I'm guilty of that :( I've seen your wiki sub list - you do a great job of documenting everything you do :D
I'll try to write stuff more often - it just seems like a hassle more than anything though :|
I am also guilty of this, but I try to fill it in when I remember. Sometimes after a long period of a lot of updates I get on a roll and forget about it.
Also for the Unauthorized Game Assets page I think Limbo of the Lost would fit in perfectly.
I have never played this game, but I feel like it would have been something I would have sunk MANY houra into.
I work with kids every day as well and have noticed a LOT of the same things. I work mostly with a higher age of kids (10-14) but also have a lot of interactions with kids as young as 5. Universally Minecraft is THE game for EVERY age. Also I have noticed 99% of the kids play the game in creative mode and that is it.
I tend to also hear a lot about Halo and Call of Duty, but as of late I have actually been hearing kids talk about PC games. Also the 3DS is still a very popular system, mostly for Mario Kart and Pokemon.