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Do we really need this stub? Or could we have a section in the "parent" article All Media Guide?--UnQuébécois (talk) 04:30, 25 March 2011 (UTC) I only signed up on this so I could claim credit for thinking up the Idea for the "All Games Guide" when I was working for Michael Erlewine in Big Rapids, MI. My two sons were deep;y into Nintendo, and I got into computing because of my unrequoited love for Atari. But I donated to the cause some gaming mags from my 2nd born, Bryan and therefore gave birth to the "All Games Guide" - info for the popular console games of the period was typed in directly from those mags (A typical practice for the Erlewine Dynasty) and thus the AGG was conceived. I quit working for that dynasty when I was instructed to program random typos for the All Music Guide's album info, therefore letting AMG steal info they had leased from Much Music from Great Britain. A good friend who had referred me to work there worked for Stephen Erlewine's division, Blue Star software...he was instructed to introduce similar typos into the Longitude/Latitude databases they had to lease, but wanted to stop paying for this pertinent information for Astrology enthusiasts/professionals. I have lived my whole life without stealing from anyone, and I (and my buddy) eventually had enough of this crookery and distanced ourselves from these criminals. Great people to work for, they were /are probably still crooks. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Dbcooper008 (talk • contribs) 09:42, 23 July 2013 (UTC)