I do not recommend removing these templates on pages regarding M-rated/PEGI 18 games. You know very well why they were rated so than otherwise and The Last of Us Part II presents some gore and sex scene, which means that you are obligated to use an NSFW template. Well, I don't think we created these templates for no reason to use them for games that are not aimed at younger audiences. —Allistayrian (💬) 19:16, 19 September 2021 (UTC)
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Warning about NSFL/NSFW templates
Sorry, I just didn't think it was necessary for that page to have the NSFL template, since judging from what I've seen in the videos and images, the game wasn't even NSFL enough to warrant that template and there was onky one sex scene. Sure, the game is pretty gory, but not nearly NSFL enough, IMO.
Then it should be classified as NSFW per features I mentioned.
Doug Bowser deleted?
Because of no infobox?
You needed an info about the person itself?
Not only because it lacked an infobox, it also lacked sources, which are now required for articles about persons because unsourced articles about people might be violating the Content Policy.
I'll remember to add an infobox and a reliable source or two when (or if) I recreate the page.
Congratulation for being a new admin of both gaming-related Wikis!
Thanks, Zeephare! I'm absolutely honored to have that role. Hopefully, my adminship will be enough to maintain this wiki by spreading as much positivity as I can and creating pages, making edits, and promoting other users when no one else already has.
What happened to Spaz?
Basically, he left yesterday because of the drama regarding what happened 5 years ago, and then he took off.
Ok then, You can keep the Sonic Forces Page as it is.
Our plans exactly.
So basically Spaz gave up? Au revoir, then.
Yeah... I actually miss the guy. Sure he was biased, but he was a good friend to the end.
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