Talk:Transcendence (video game)

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Can someone do something about the "This page does not site it's references or sources" thing? I checked the help page it links to, but i'm stumped as for what to do. - Yugikotai 18:26, 22 January 2007 (UTC)

Thanks for adding content, I'm new to the game, so any help with the page is welcome. Information on citing sources is available here; Alastairward 00:08, 23 January 2007 (UTC)

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I need help extending this article! Could someone help me? - Yugikotai 20:48, 11 February 2007 (UTC)

I deleted those annoying 'citation needed' tags in my edit. Well, the first one was very easy to comfirm, since it is on the welcome message from the author himself on the official forum. But I decided that just thoughtlessly adding the casual message as 'citing' could look stupid and just deleted it; if you still insist you need the source severely, you can add the stuff like this; <ref>[ The welcome message on the official forum], on Mar 04, 2006 </ref>

And the other one,

"A number of people have praised the game for its ease in modification."

I know it is easily modifiable and a number of people are making mod files and having fun with them, but I don't think it is 'praised' by someone. It is not the 'fact'. Deletion! Though if anyone can explain with other words or if there is a 'fact' they can simply expand the article later.

One more thing,

"Most of the game is randomly generated"

I don't think it needs citation, because this is very common and usual thing this kind game has. But, actually this sort of sentence is not very informative without saying what is random or how it is random as in the game. I think I could delete this too but before that I believe this part of the article need to be redone, so I left it as it is. 12:07, 18 June 2007 (UTC)

It doesn't need citation. It can be determined by anyone simply by playing the game, which is, BTW, the best crossover game I've ever played. —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 01:47, 2 January 2008 (UTC)