Look at the right section of the page, under Game Recommendations. See that link that says "Recommended Games for All Systems"? Well, apparently, we're on Reddit now.
Not only that, but some people on /v/ have started to complain that some assholes have started adding games like "Fez" to the list. I can only begin to wonder who it might be...
Just a heads up, if nothing else. If the owner of this wiki could talk with the admins of that fucking place known as Reddit, and ask him to take that link off, it would be grand. This is /v/'s wiki. FOR /V/. Not for fucking Reddit.
220.127.116.11 02:29, April 2, 2012 (UTC)Random /v/irgin
Well, that's just fucking bullshit. The hentai things I can take due to wikia's standards and policies, but this is full on faggotry. --Dejiko 02:37, April 2, 2012 (UTC)
Okay, I sent a mail. I'm not sure when or even IF they'll respond, but I hope so soon. (I'm not the owner, but I am an admin, so hopefully they'll care enough to respond formally). --Dejiko 02:46, April 2, 2012 (UTC)
While I think some of the animosity between /v/ and reddit is stupid and forced seekrit club rivalry, I can't help but admit that the tastes are pretty different, and the wiki is generally meant to present the point of view of /v/goers. Which means that it's okay if other people use it, and even contribute to it, however it shouldn't be 'made official' by another site. The reason that the rather open policy toward game inclusion that we have works is because the demographic of /v/ is more narrow than other places.
Let me know if they don't respond to Dejiko's mail and I'll send one to them too. Kotep 21:37, April 3, 2012 (UTC)
I wonder if the linkage of this wiki on Reddit was some attempt at improving relations between /v/ and Reddit - which is fine in any case (like was mentioned above - the animosity is just some stupid and forced rivalry). But I agree, this wiki isn't something to be made official by any site. It would be best if this wasn't made to look as something official and final. --Callofduty4 00:16, April 6, 2012 (UTC)