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P.T. 's significance for making gamers come together and discuss answers
Hideo Kojima claimed that he believed that no one could solve P.T. 's last "puzzle" for at least a week. Although it was actually beaten on the day of the teaser's release, P.T. forced the gaming community to come together and discuss the solution (a form of crowdsourcing for information). This lead to a group of friends actually finding a definitive solution to the final puzzle. Should we include P.T. 's impact on the gaming community in the P.T. section? —017Bluefield (talk) 20:04, 10 October 2014 (UTC)
Sorry for the late reply and nice to meet you, 016Bluefield. I think that depends on what kind of sources we can find. Here's a list of reliable sources specific to video game articles. I'll see what I can find. Maybe Hula Hup (talk·contribs) dug some up already? Rapunzel-bellflower (talk) 23:02, 9 December 2014 (UTC)