There is nothing inherently wrong with Wikipedia as long as the information you're using off of it is cited. --- PSN - Srikar || Steam - SilentHawk29 My car: http://img708.imageshack.us/img708/8583/86coupe.jpg
I hate when people cite Wikipedia. hold on, let me go change the definition of "indie" to mean the game is made in India.
seriously, citing a wiki is hazardous. don't do it.
Except it's right nearly all the time (from my experience), and when you change it to something that's wrong it immediately reverts back (again, from my experience). --- While you bask in my glory, please try not to make me angry by writing words that don't exist in dictionaries.
when you can cite anything besides a wiki (journal, peer review, etc) it's always preferable. especially a wiki article that has no citations, like that one. don't use a wiki to try and prove your point. it really doesn't look good. wiki is good for general knowledge information, again as long as there are citations.
in most cases, if I see someone try and defend their arguments using a wiki article, I laugh at them. --- psn:celtekk|steam:celtekk firstname.lastname@example.org
Is Bannerlord considered an indie title now because paradox dumped them? --- He who stumbles around in darkness with a stick is blind. But he who... sticks out in darkness... is... fluorescent! - Brother Silence
Helped fund it. It's a 3D arena fighting game based on the previous Godzilla console titles (and made by many of the same people). Greenlit on Steam with a free to play bare-bones version sometime this month IIRC before the full retail release sometime later this year. --- "She was like a candle in the wind... unreliable." - Dean Learner