--- 164.107.252.198 01:33, 24 September 2006 (UTC), Tell me how LL is any more notable than the toher sites I just listed. Lincher 17:51, 27 September 2006 (UTC). If you want other spinoffs included, then actually attempt to explain why they are notable. -- Steel 11:21, 21 September 2006 (UTC). Mind fixing it, I'm not to good at this. You keep claiming that as a GF Moderator, my opinion should not count. —. Masahiro Squanto Sakurai, not to be confused with Sakuria, Sakuraj, Samurai, or Sakurai, is the creator of the Super Smash Bros series. But, as an editor of this article, I know that LL is notable. There's no reason why we should exclude spinoffs just because we can't include all of them. As for the quality of the source, I think we have to balance that against what we're discussing. --Nick RTalk 16:10, 29 January 2007 (UTC), I hear there are porn ads on GameFAQs now. --- RockMFR 23:02, 18 October 2006 (UTC), Some anon (probable sockpuppet) just blanked the LL stuff. But it's not really that important, I was just wondering if the image should e updated or not. It'd be nice to not have a revert war ensue over this issue. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by SnakePlane789 (talk • contribs) 00:23, 8 January 2007 (UTC). Thanks for the help though--SnakePlane789 00:30, 8 January 2007 (UTC), It works now. According to the site stats it's got a fairly decent number of users, so unless someone can show that it doesn't stand out from the herd, I'll support it staying in the article. Just doing some quick math in my head... it's activity level is about 10% that of GameFAQs (in terms of users online and posts/day). If he mentioned that he was drunk when he first made GameFAQs, would we include that even though it was cited and verified? The number of users at 7:51 Central time on May 6, 2007, is exactly 10643. --- RockMFR 05:18, 26 October 2006 (UTC). As you may be aware, the GFA has been relaunched, and can be accessed via its own location or the new URL http://gamefaqsarchive.com. I've been going through the old edit history and found some substantial proof that in fact, Wikipedia was the source of the info that ended up on GameFAQsInfo.net. --- 164.107.252.198 14:28, 20 September 2006 (UTC), Yes, this site is going to be difficult to source. If one or two other sites have on the order of several thousand users, they should be mentioned. However, the spinoffs section as a whole needs a lot more detail. It's a small addition in relation to everything else. This all would've been 10+ years ago. Back in March of this year, a ton of material was removed from this article [2] due to belief that a significant portion of the article was copy and pasted from here [3]. For Tekken on the PlayStation, GameFAQs has 7 guides and walkthroughs, 21 cheat codes and secrets, 20 reviews, 1 critic review, 11 save games, and 241 user screenshots. --- RockMFR 04:48, 26 October 2006 (UTC), This is the last goddamn time I am dealing with you. There are many reasons why LUElinks is notable - compared to most English-speaking forums, it is quite large and has a significant amount of activity, despite it being inaccessible to the general public. Thanks anyway--SnakePlane789 15:09, 14 January 2007 (UTC). https://mspaintadventures.fandom.com/wiki/GameFAQs?oldid=218225, One thing the guide writers listed above have in common is that they have all written a guide on. --- RockMFR 05:52, 26 October 2006 (UTC), I spotted this at WP:THIRD, and I had a look through the issue. The section also needs some material to describe exactly what a spinoff is, its relationship to the original board, whether it includes styles, back-end code, regular posters... basically the common and differentiated points. If privacy and being closed off from the world is such an issue, does he even want the site mentioned in Wikipedia? It appears you haven't bothered reading any of the policies provided. Listing a million and one boards is unnecessary. Again however, it doesn't matter as it is original research. I would also like to get some sources for the GameFAX thing - Insder took down the GameFAQs Archive and it still istn'b ack up. Sburb is put under the genre of "Immersive Simulation", which would be pretty accurate as it actually affects the real world that John is in. Perhaps as a compromise solution, you could include a link to a list of spinoffs? What do you guys think about these options? Getting someone else to make a website containing your evidence does not make it credible. Please know that all swear words must be censored, and neither is any content related to sex, fetishes, or any content that is non-suitable for kids. Sean K 13:53, 12 December 2006 (UTC), I think this article may have the potential to attain FA status. Fik 15:50, 19 April 2006 (UTC), StrategyWiki is a wiki that has very similar goals to GameFAQs, with the addition of a few more--wiki format, markup, screenshots and other images, guides divided into chapters, single guides per game, multiple editors, GFDL, etc. Alternator 08:47, 3 December 2006 (UTC), I'd like to note the fact that Luelinks has absolutely no publicity outside of LUE itself, which is a private board now. Feel free to contribute. *waits for it* --- RockMFR 20:31, 1 February 2007 (UTC), Quoth Ceej on the Daily Grind, "ZOMG Pr0n! You have not researched anything other than your own opinion. Dskzero 17:28, 17 May 2007 (UTC), Is the current version of the logo cropped well? ---. Sounds like you have no idea what you're on about. Remove the whole article if you don't like primary sources. Who should be the next Featured Newcomer? --- 164.107.252.198 23:23, 27 September 2006 (UTC), From Wikipedia:Reliable sources: Material from self-published sources, whether published online or as a book or pamphlet, may be used as sources of information about themselves in articles about themselves, so long as there is no reasonable doubt about who wrote it, and where the material is ... relevant to the person's notability, or, if the material is self-published by a group or organisation, relevant to the notability of that group or organisation.... --- 164.107.252.198 18:41, 28 September 2006 (UTC). 124.180.66.13 10:20, 22 March 2007 (UTC), Guides that are incomplete and have not been edited for many years should be deleted, since it's sort of obvious that the guide creator will never edit that guide again. Think about how many different code bases have been written for GameFAQs spinoffs- maybe a dozen? Sometimes he is referred to as "Veasey" (real name) and sometimes "CJayC" (screen name). Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Hbdragon88 04:59, 1 April 2007 (UTC), Quite simply, it is not important. She then transfers the file off GameFAQs to a remote server located in the Furthest Ring, where it is later/earlier read by Kanaya. You know, like the pro wrestling board and what usually happens there or its history or the TV board? There is a huge contrast between simply observing the fish's behavior from baiting the fish's reaction. Hell, even LUE2 is more notable, as it reprsented the first attempt at making a LUE spinoff. It seems to me that there are clearly a large number of GameFAQ spinoffs, and this should be mentioned in the article. Hbdragon88 04:10, 26 September 2006 (UTC), Alright, I'm going to try to be nice heh heh. Make a Criticism section, and it will be immediately reverted as per Wikipedia policies mentioned above. After all, you did have to "bait" to develop your research. After all, the site was originally created as an archive of game guides rather than a discussion forum. --Roaddhogg —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 81.97.202.146 (talk) 23:37, 15 January 2007 (UTC). Somebody should find when it started and put it under history.—The preceding unsigned comment was added by 71.31.90.25 (talk) . Not only is this against Wikipedia policy, but it is also poor research; you're using one example, and your own example, as a criticism for a whole site? 124.180.66.13 10:20, 22 March 2007 (UTC), Can we get a non-character contest poll image of the front page? --Scottie theNerd 02:28, 6 December 2006 (UTC), --Scottie theNerd 03:04, 6 December 2006 (UTC), Whoops, my direct replies to your points seem to have screwed things up. GameFAQs article provides a far more relevant and comprehensive guide to GameFAQs as well as CJayC's ownership. StrategyWiki is a wiki that has very similar goals to GameFAQs, with the addition of a few more--wiki format, markup, screenshots and other images, guides divided into chapters, single guides per game, multiple editors, GFDL, etc. -Duhman, show the pictures of you being modded. The old registration page is exactly what is needed for the reference. As for myself, I feel that merging of the two articles is not necessary. This should assist with the citing of sources regarding official announcements that were previously deleted as a result of my site being taken offline.