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|−|Svenstaro, this page is about game listings. If you think it belongs here, could you add it to the end of the page? --[[User: Gen2ly| Gen2ly]] 19: 59, 2 December 2009 (EST) |+|
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|−|I do believe that this info should be in front since the page is simply called "Games". A general info on games and playing games on Arch with possible issues would seem more appropriate to me than simply a list of games. Perhaps we can agree that an article with a general name as this one would contain some general info too. The article is not called "Game Listing" and thus some info apart from just a list of games should be here. The length of the list alone draws visual attention to it so what would be wrong with having general info for the user first ? --[[User: Svenstaro| Svenstaro]] 20: 08, 2 December 2009 (EST) |+|
gamesone would . The is with the first-- [[User:|]] :, (EST)
|−|Well, we do have a [[Common Applications]], [[Lightweight Applications]], possibly a [[Gaming Applications]]?? And then create a [[Gaming]] page with general overall information. Thing is, I couldn't really see enough information to really make an article of it. Any ideas? |+|
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Currently, games are first divided in Free/Reimplemented/Commercial/Emulators/MMO and only then they are grouped by genre. I'd like to see the opposite, i.e. first group by genre (also in Template:Games navigation) and only inside each genre make the distinction between native/emulators, free/commercial and whatever distinction better suits that particular genre.
Note that this topic has already been briefly touched on in Talk:Common_Applications/Games/MMO#MMOG by me and AlexanderR, but more opinions are needed.
-- Kynikos 08:45, 5 February 2012 (EST)
- +1 -- when browsing games, one would logically search by genre first. The genre classification scheme is more consistent with the other Common Applications pages, too, where applications are organized by type first, then by UI/platform (graphical or console). -- pointone 12:25, 4 March 2012 (EST)