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Clue Chronicles: Fatal IllusionEdit

Hi Katastasi! It's been a few weeks since we last spoke. I hope you're doing well.

I've been on and off working on an adventure game spin-off to the dark and awesome Cluedo video game of the late 90's, and have been largely in the same boat as you - trying to find sources on a really interesting yet relatively obscure title. Due to my gathering of sources for your Titanic article, I was wondering if you may wish to hop over to the article and see if there is anything you could do to improve it?

I think you would really enjoy finding out more about this game, and hopefully together we can make this current footnote in history have its day in the sun.

Best wishes, Coin945.--Coin945 (talk) 01:30, 31 July 2016 (UTC)

Hey Coin945, I've been somewhat busy with other things and I've been doing only minor edits lately, but I'll be sure to take a look! Been looking good so far, and there's certainly more sources to explore. I'll see what I can do. Cheers, κατάσταση 16:04, 2 August 2016 (UTC)
Thank you Katastasi for your generosity. Your help in gathering sourcing, and perhaps an article copyedit or two, would be invaluable for me. :)--Coin945 (talk) 03:59, 3 August 2016 (UTC)

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Re:King's Quest VIEdit

Hey there! Believe it or not, that PC Magazine review came from Google Books' own archive of every PC Magazine issue, which are all free to view in their entirety. You can find the review here. There are also a lot of magazines in the Internet Archive these days. After a quick look just now, I found this article about the game's Amiga port (with developer quotes), the Compute! review, the review in The One and the Amiga Format review. Hope these are useful. JimmyBlackwing (talk) 00:07, 12 August 2017 (UTC)

Howdy! My bad, I didn't known PC Mag was on Google Books. Thanks a lot. I have some of these magazine archive reviews and articles you mentioned in my browser bookmarks, but huge thanks for the suggestions and your comprehensive guide on finding VG sources, by the way; if I had come across it earlier, this would've been a lot easier. Thanks again! Cheers, κατάσταση 01:21, 12 August 2017 (UTC)
No problem at all! Regarding your question, the PC Gamer list unfortunately doesn't have any additional details regarding King's Quest VI. You can see the page here — it's just a tiny list of 10 games that nearly made their top 40, which makes them the 41st-50th best games ever. JimmyBlackwing (talk) 15:25, 12 August 2017 (UTC)

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Thanks for your Starship Titanic rewrite! Should we add some older bits back?Edit

Hi there! Some of us who worked on Starship Titanic (the game, not the article) noticed the major rewrite you did (of the article, not the game). Thank you so much for writing up our work! It's a great honour to see it so fully documented.

We were wondering about some of the removals from the previous version of the article, and whether it's worth us re-adding them. For example: the alternate reality game, the alphabetically-sorted version of the novel, and the link to The Economist's article about the Employee Forum. [1] However, given that you're a much more experienced Wikipedian, I'd rather ask you first than just add it all back in: is this stuff noteworthy enough?

Many thanks again for your work here! Yoz (talk) 19:00, 18 June 2018 (UTC)

@Yoz: Hello there! You're Yoz Grahame, right? It is an honor to hear from you, sir! Let me take this moment to thank you all of TDV for the game, I've had a lot of fun with it ever since I found it some years ago. Last year I realized I have access to a ton of articles and sources on the development through my college's online library and resources provided by Wikipedia and some fellow editors, so I thought I would expand the article, and learn more about the game in the process as well!
The employee forum I believe is in the Kotaku source, in the Legacy section. In fact you are mentioned by name as the developer of the forum. I might have removed the Economist article accidentally, to be honest. If the Kotaku piece doesn't sufficiently cover the subject, please feel free to add the Economist as a reference and any information missing in the section. If you need any help, just let me know.
I wanted to include the online novel and the alternate reality game content, but I decided against adding them because they are cited to primary sources, the official webpages for the game, which violates Wikipedia's standards for reliable sources. You can also read the guidelines for video games here. There should be at least one secondary reliable source that also covers the novel and ARG in addition to the official sites. If you have one, you can include both the secondary source and the site as references. If you need help to find a secondary source, I am also free to do some research for that. I can also look through the already-cited sources one more time to see if they have anything else worth mentioning that I didn't include.
Thank you again for working on Starship Titanic and for your comments! It is wonderful to receive feedback from someone closely involved with the game. If you have any questions about editing or citations, or need any help at all, feel free to answer me here or send an email through the sidebar. I'll be glad to help you. κατάσταση 05:52, 19 June 2018 (UTC)
Hello! I'm a lurker on this talk page and I couldn't help overhearing this conversation. Just wanted to add that as a developer of the game, @Yoz: may have access to exclusive content that has not found its way into Katastasi's hands. Things like design documents, newspaper articles, marketing content etc. With the permission of the game's creators (well more specifically it's rights holders), Katastasi can add images/video/sound etc. under a creative commons license, which is often very handy to spruce up an article.--Coin945 (talk) 06:18, 19 June 2018 (UTC)

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