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So yesterday I made several changes to this article to try to improve it, and I see someone has come along and changed most of it back. Here is each change I'm making and why I feel it needs to be made. If you disagree, please discuss it here on the talk page.
Removed copyright notice. Wikipedia articles are licensed under a CCA license. Adding an additional copyright notice is unnecessary and ineffective. Moreover, the copyright notice you added makes it look like Gamesoft owns the copyright to the Wikipedia article, which they don't. That section is at best unnecessary, and at worst a legal problem. I have removed it.
Infobox image: The infobox is programmed so you don't need the brackets or File: prefix before the image. You also don't need to specify a size if you leave those off; the box fixes it automatically. I have taken that unnecessary code off.
« » I'm not sure what those are about. Why do you feel they should be there? Are you trying to draw attention to the words they surround? Like with scare quotes? I've taken them off for now, feel free to put them back if there is a good reason, but please let me know what the reason is.
"The game takes about three hours." This is unsourced, and doesn't seem to have much relevance to an encyclopedia article about the game. Take a look at Category:FA-Class video game articles, I don't think many (if any) of them include statements about how long it takes to play them.
Cite needed tags. Wikipedia articles must cite reliable sources for the information within them.
Plot section - I haven't changed this, but it needs to be changed as it is confusing and doesn't make much sense.