Talk:List of games containing time travel
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I plan to improve this article, but I plan to improve a number of articles and for at least some time yet am forced to be about as reliable in my editing as a three-legged ferret on amphetamines. So while I'm saning up, if you get the urge to do something perhaps involving nominations and deletion, it'd be appreciated if you took the matter up with me first. After all, what matters is what the article can become, and I have a few ideas for determining that. --Kizor 18:50, 22 May 2008 (UTC)
I added about 1/3 of the games from Board Game Geek with a time travel theme and time in their name. Unfortunately had an error while saving, and got logged out. At least the important data saved. I suppose at some point we'll need to decide on a consistant layout for the page: tables or bulleted lists.
Also, a number of game titles link to unrelated Wikipedia pages. I'm not sure of the Wikipedia etiquette. Do they need to be manually linked to a disambiguation page? That seems to be a bad idea, in case someone wants to make a page about the game title later. It would require manually fixing links. GeorgeHarnish (talk) 09:05, 17 May 2012 (UTC)
Kindly include Steins;Gate as a game that has Time Travel (Time Leap also) as its central theme. It is also an in-game mechanic, where you can trigger either a text message to send to the past, changing your current world line OR to time leap and send your memories back to the past. Crosse (talk) 08:37, 14 February 2012 (UTC)
What about Video Games with time travel as part of the GAME PLAY?
I can't see a single video/computer game that has time travel as part of its game play on this list, only when it's part of the story. What about games like blinx and braid (video game)? 22.214.171.124 (talk) 07:10, 15 August 2008 (UTC)
Does this game actually exist? There seem to be links in the Board Games section that don't link to the game. If you see this message and you haven't heard of it either, could you delete it please? Thanks. 126.96.36.199 (talk) 15:55, 6 November 2009 (UTC)
red alert 2 expansion
I've flagged this link as "dead" because even the base URL won't resolve for me, let alone the specific URL for the article. And in any case, the date given (3/9/2003) suffers from a bad case of ambiguity; is it the date the article was published or the date it was retrieved, and is it the 3rd of September or the 9th of March? (This is the thing I find most annoying about web sites in general, that people forget that it's the World Wide Web, not the USA Web; if one must use numeric dates on the web, the only format that makes sense is International, hence the above date should have been 2003-09-03 or 2003-03-09 respectively.)
If anyone else finds that the link resolves for them, feel free to remove the tag; but as far as I know, my ISP (Hutchison Whampoa UK, trading as "Three") concern themselves only with providing internet access, and leave it to the individual as to what s/he does with it, without imposing any kind of blocking; which is the way it should be, as I've encountered some stupid false positives recently, including Wikipedia itself being regarded by T-Mobile UK as a porn site. — 188.8.131.52 (talk) 11:20, 24 June 2011 (UTC)
- A Google search has now confirmed that (1) the Stuff website has moved, from stuffmagazine.com to stuff.magazine.co.uk; and (2) the article linked has not been transferred to the present site (they probably figured that nobody wants to read a 2003 article any more). So I've removed this reference altogether. — 184.108.40.206 (talk) 11:34, 12 July 2011 (UTC)
Mortal Kombat (2011)
Realizing the battle is lost, Raiden The God of Thunder sends a cryptic message to his past self, including the words "He Must Win", moments before Shao Kahn kills him. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 220.127.116.11 (talk) 20:04, 21 October 2013 (UTC)