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VideoGame.Fatal Frame just got moved to Franchise.Fatal Frame even though it is just got pages for the video games
It's been moved back to VideoGame.Fatal Frame, and VideoGame.Fatal Frame I restored as the first game's work page.
Is VideoGame.Phantasy Star Online 2 actually a Franchise? Since it has all those works listed, as part of its "sub-series" at the bottom?
Anime, Manga, Video Game, Webcomic?
It does have subworks, but its VideoGame.Phantasy Star that should probably be moved to the Franchise namespace, since all these anime and webcomics count as subworks for the whole PS series as well.
I see it like this:
One could also argue PSO2 is part of a Phantasy Star Online subseries, but let's not go that far.
TL;DR: VideoGame.Phantasy Star should be in the Franchise namespace.
Edited by Piterpicher on Feb 15th 2019 at 8:15:03 PM
^ - Makes sense, I've not got plans to make it though.
Franchise.Hunchback Of Notre Dame?
Disney, Literature, and Theatre?
Video Game, Pinball, and Comic Strip?
Edited by Malady on Mar 16th 2019 at 7:32:46 AM
Works pages for the Drakengard mangas, novels, and the NieR: Automata stage play are currently missing.
Edited by Albert3105 on Apr 1st 2019 at 8:53:20 AM
Franchise.Sly Cooper exists despite there only having pages for Video Game/ and an unreleased (possibly never going to be released) WesternAnimation.Sly Cooper 2016. There is currently a Film.Sly Cooper page but A: It's a redirect, B: It should've been Western Animation anyway, and C: I've added it to the cutlist for those reasons.
In fact, Franchise.Sly Cooper seems to be the page for the first Sly Cooper game since there isn't a VideoGame.Sly Cooper (it's a redirect to the Franchise/ page) so the Franchise/ page can likely be easily transplanted.
CORRECTION: Franchise.Sly Cooper is a page for the video games in general and each game has its own page. The series avoids the common pitfall of the series sharing a name with any of the games, but that doesn't change the fact that Franchise.Sly Cooper should go to VideoGame.Sly Cooper.
Edited by Larkmarn on Apr 2nd 2019 at 3:33:06 PM
- ~Erforce moved it 6 years ago.
But yeah, it seems like it's just Video Games.
It made sense at the time
Franchise.Azure Striker Gunvolt got made recently and it's just got VideoGame/ pages
x8 - Bump...
Any reason to not make those Franchises?
No More Heroes got made today with just VideoGame/s
I sent them a notifier.
Edited by miraculous on Jun 14th 2019 at 7:24:51 AM
Came in here to mention this.
Since Franchise.No More Heroes is an indexless stub, that's an easy enough cut. But the Franchise.Azure Striker Gunvolt actually has value... but I don't feel like moving VideoGame.Azure Striker Gunvolt to VideoGame.Azure Striker Gunvolt 1.
Maybe move Franchise.Azure Striker Gunvolt to VideoGame.Azure Striker Gunvolt Series?
... also, have we discussed locking new pages in the Franchise/ namespace? This is a persistent problem and new Franchise/ pages are few enough in between that I don't think it would overtax mods too much.
Edited by Larkmarn on Jun 24th 2019 at 12:02:33 PM
I'm in favour of both ideas.
Cut listed and all links moved to VideoGame.Azure Striker Gunvolt Series
Also made a request on the Wishlist for locking new Franchise/ pages.
Edited by Larkmarn on Jun 28th 2019 at 10:43:09 AM
Franchise.Bootleg Universe One Shots got made with Web Video/ and one Film/
Found some possible Franchise/ misuse in the form of Franchise.Touhou, which only has one major medium. Planning on moving the contents over to the correct namespace, VideoGame.Touhou (currently redirects to the Franchise page), though will need help with moving wicks. (Update: Reverted, as I moved everything before realizing).
Edit: Looking at the page again, are the artbooks and other stuff tropeable? If so, maybe we can split it off. The side stories can also be collected into another namespace, maybe. Halting wick cleanup for now.
Edited by Berrenta on Aug 12th 2019 at 10:53:24 AM
Even if not for the artbooks, the side materials folder lists pages in the Literature/, Manga/, and Music/ namespaces. The Franchise/ namespace is acceptable.
Edited by Piterpicher on Aug 12th 2019 at 6:33:57 PM
Life Is Strange was made with just VideoGame/ and a ComicBook/ pages with a fan made Visual Novel that should be on the Fan Works page
Cut the page. There is a 2012 documentary film titled Life Is Strange, but it's completely unrelated.
Gamera now has enough works in different mediums to be a franchise page.
Ultimate Marvel was a comic book imprint, and it had several comic books published from 2000 to 2015. It had some adaptations to other media (a pair of animated films, a videogame, a pair of novels), but nothing really big or steady. Is a franchise page justified, or should it stay in the comic book namespace?
You'd need to create pages for those adaptations first.
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