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This article failed good article nomination. This is how the article, as of February 24, 2007, compares against the six good article criteria:
1. Well written?:Weak Pass Prose seems written well enough, but I have a few suggestions. There are some commas where commas aren't needed (such as before the word and) and articles tend to flow better without brackets.
2. Factually accurate?:Fail I'm reluctant to pass an article with so few unreferenced statements. There are entire sections that only have one reference.
3. Broad in coverage?:Pass Very Comprehensive for a little-known video game.
4. Neutral point of view?:Pass Article seems to be written from a neutral point of view.
5. Article stability?Pass Seems to be stable.
6. Images?:Pass Good use of images.
When these issues are addressed, the article can be resubmitted for consideration. Thanks for your work so far. --Scorpion 05:11, 24 February 2007 (UTC)
It's looking pretty good at this point. I'd say do another copy edit, then try for GA again. -- Scorpion 00:15, 26 February 2007 (UTC)
All of my previous suggestions have been implemented, so I grant this article GA status. Great job! This article is very comprehensive for a little-known flop, more comprehensive than many articles for the "franchise" games. One small question, would it be possible to add at least one source to the lead? I don't think sources in the lead are a necessity for a GA, but I would prefer to see at least one.
Cape Feare, an article I have been working on is currently a GAC, and if you could review it for me it would be much appreciated. Thanks for the time, Scorpion 18:49, 28 February 2007 (UTC)