Wikipedia:Peer review/Ancient Trader/archive1
I've listed this article for peer review because I now have the time and willingness to take it through FAC once more and want to make sure the article remains in good shape.
Thanks, → Call me Razr Nation 19:33, 29 January 2023 (UTC)
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- Hi, thanks for listing this article for reassessment. I'm not well-versed in the FAC assessment process so these are just general observations, but I hope they're helpful to you in some way:
- The article is succinct and well-written. Some minor recommendations would be to include the genre of the game in the headline paragraph, and using signpost statements to have a clearer structure to paragraphs about the gameplay. Generally though, it reads very well.
- References for the article are sufficient but on the light end. When you take into account the sources for Fortune Winds, the article has ten sources for the game itself overall. Further, the references are heavily reliant on the Eurogamer review of the game. There's not too much else out there, but you may find some additional sources at:
- The archived version of the [site].
- Mention from major outlets, such as [The Guardian], [Games Industry], [IGN], [The Telegraph]
- Reviews from minor outlets, such as [Seen], [Daily News].
- Some links to references need cleanup, such as [this one].
- More clarity could be provided around the provenance of the developer's name. The name 4Kids Games is unusual as the [site] doesn't use this name - only Levius'. It's also easily confused with distributor 4Kids Entertainment, who played a minor role in distributing some Xbox 360 games including Viva Pinata. [IGN] states 4Kids was a co-operation between talent from Levius' immediate network and Slovak development studio Games Distillery. I'm assuming it's just an unfortunate name and it was released under this entity as a developer. Does the game itself have a splash screen or credits from 4Kids to solve this mystery?
- Vrxces (talk) 22:40, 24 March 2023 (UTC)