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Forum postings which have no editorial oversight fail WP:V. A companies forum posting on their official forums can be used as a primary source, but in this case the only thing it could speak to was that some employee said they had enough data. It didn't support any of the other text in the section. Community patches are only notable in the context of software if there has been some kind of coverage of it (by a reliable source), an endorsement by the company, etc.--188.8.131.52 (talk) 06:54, 20 July 2008 (UTC)
Intervals for the publishers should use – rather than -.
While fine to list in prose under a "release" heading, in the infobox we generally only list release dates for major English-speaking regions+region of the developer/publisher, so the Japanese release date should probably be removed.
You should write NPCs as "non-playable characters" on the first mention.
I might be wrong here, but shouldn't it be "the player character attacks enemies highlighted with the mouse"? To me, "by the mouse" makes it sound like the mouse has a will of its own and isn't controlled by the player.
The main addition is a new Mastery titled Dream Mastery: available to new players, - sorry, what do you mean by "available to new players"?
The image is hard to read - I only see a brown field with colorful splodges on it. Could you perhaps specify what I'm looking at? If the player is shown (I can't tell - I haven't played the game), you could mention their location on screen, etc.