Talk:List of Terminator video games

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Merger proposal[edit]

All these articles are stubs. They are essentially about the same subject - Terminator film licence games - and should have started on their parent article page. According to Wikipedia guidelines fictional topics should generally work out as such:- 1) The main article is formed (in this case the film article) with section on games. 2) The games section cannot hold the expanding section 3) A games article is formed 4) Certain games sections grow too large and expand into their own article (as long as they have enough real world information). This process is ignored too often, it should be utilized here.

Examples of film franchise video games stubs in the same article:

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