28th Jul '14 11:28:01 AM dryunya
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19th Jul '14 4:16:35 AM Folamh3
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19th Jul '14 4:14:41 AM Folamh3
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15th Jul '14 10:52:00 PM Discontent
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... okay, no. 1. Spoiler Policy dictates that no trope name is to be spoil tagged. Ever. 2. 'Unnecessary explanation'? Every explanation is necessary, as we do not allow Zero Context Examples. Ever.
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15th Jul '14 10:41:28 PM Scarhand
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15th Jul '14 10:39:34 PM Scarhand
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Added spoiler tags, removed unnecessary explanation
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2nd Jul '14 7:06:49 PM mlsmithca
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There's also no good reason to format a pothole [[LikeThis like this]] rather than LikeThis.
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2nd Jul '14 7:04:11 PM mlsmithca
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Read Handling Spoilers. Under no circumstances put the name of the trope in spoiler tags. If the trope name on its own is a spoiler, either don't add the example or embed the pothole in another example. Putting the trope name in spoiler tags just dares people to highlight it and ruin the spoiler anyway.
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1st Jul '14 10:09:59 PM EKonoMai
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Oh, boy, here we go. It's not "not allowed", the review was saying it was a bad imitation of anti-war films and a very generic shooter with an even more generic moral message pasted on it. Oh, and the stuff about continuing to bury people in sand rings hollow when the game keeps complaining about violence.
1st Jul '14 12:55:47 AM NanoMoose
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It belongs nowhere on this page. Being inspired by a movie (but using an entirely different plot/setting) isn't allowed? "ONE developer worked on other game" is seriously a worthwhile criticism? And isn't the whole dealio about "feeling like a hero" in itself a condemnation of the idea that violence is a heroic trait? And the continued sand-buryings and so on indicative that Walker's going further to find a justification for what he's done? It's complaining. And absurd.
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