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So i have a question regarding reviews, at least in the case of Snipperclips. I assume the reviews entered in the DB should be for the base game, not the plus version that was released at retail, but I'm unsure



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John19 said:
So i have a question regarding reviews, at least in the case of Snipperclips. I assume the reviews entered in the DB should be for the base game, not the plus version that was released at retail, but I'm unsure

Snipperclips: Cut It Out, Together is currently the game we have in the Database so any reviews should be for that game and not the plus version. Looking at metacritic, the standard and plus versions are seperate so should be treated as such in the DB if the plus version is also added.

Looking at the reviews from Destructoid, they reviewed both the standard edition and the DLC which in this case is considered the plus version.

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VersusEvil said:
John19 said:
So i have a question regarding reviews, at least in the case of Snipperclips. I assume the reviews entered in the DB should be for the base game, not the plus version that was released at retail, but I'm unsure

Snipperclips: Cut It Out, Together is currently the game we have in the Database so any reviews should be for that game and not the plus version. Looking at metacritic, the standard and plus versions are seperate so should be treated as such in the DB if the plus version is also added.

Looking at the reviews from Destructoid, they reviewed both the standard edition and the DLC which in this case is considered the plus version.

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this is like a reboot from 8 years ago?



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kirby007 said:
this is like a reboot from 8 years ago?

YES!!!! :D



TalonMan said:
kirby007 said:
this is like a reboot from 8 years ago?

YES!!!! :D

i want my money back :lul:



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TalonMan said:

YES!!!! :D

i want my money back :lul:

Ha! Ha!!! 

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How are we handling Famicom Disk System (FDS) games? Do we treat them as NES games or as a separate system? As an example, Metroid (http://www.vgchartz.com/game/6343/metroid/?region=All) was originally released in Japan on the FDS (http://www.vgchartz.com/game/44164/metroid-fds/?region=All). It never received an NES/Famicom release in Japan.

I think we should change the Metroid FDS console to FDS (instead of NES), link it to the Metroid NES page as an additional version, and remove the Japanese release date from the Metroid NES page (since it was never released in cartridge form on the NES/FC).