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Max Payne 3 article Edit
I will need to ask you to stop editing Max Payne 3 article so much. The info you provide if not required and the DLC section is completely fine. Thank you. --RDK 19:56, July 9, 2012 (UTC)
This is because they are not needed. --RDK 20:19, July 9, 2012 (UTC)
The purpose of a gaming wiki is to maintain true, required and strong information about a certain video game. While there are many small things in games, they do not require their own article as they are not beneficial to the story or any other mode of the game. Such as Filhos De Ogum article that you created, it's not beneficial to the wiki nor the game. Therefore it is not required as it also lacks in information, although you can mention about it in the trivia on one of the articles. While you are correct, I'm no admin or mod, I am the only one that tries to maintain the right thing on this wiki, along with User:Ilan xd. --RDK 20:32, July 9, 2012 (UTC)
Sure, you can add the article. Although I would like to see how much info it will have. Like I said, it's better to mention it on a trivia section of an article that's for a chapter where this gang sign has been seen. --RDK 20:48, July 9, 2012 (UTC)
I would prefer to keep Gorilla Warfare as it is. This is because that pack is just a side DLC and is not as major as Local Justice or the other 6 DLC's, therefore it belongs in the "Others" section. Basically, only the major DLCs will be listed the same way as Local Justice, whever their info will be released and small packages like Gorilla Warfare will stay as "Others". It's better this way. --RDK (Talk • Blogs • Edits) 22:06, July 9, 2012 (UTC)