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  • Since a Steam machine is simply a PC running Linux and it has no games of its own, it doesn't count as a platform.

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  • Why did you do it, if you don't mind me asking? Did you talk about this in any Talk page? I couldn't find it in your contributions page any discussion about that.

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    • I'd say metacritic is pretty far down the list of what constitutes meaningful info. By comparison you could have the game's price displayed, or mention whether it's an exclusive, a JP only title, whether it's available digitally, etc. Exclusivity could be color coded with green being exclusive and red being worst version. PS1 could have colors for whether the game is on PSN. If you include metacritic why not include sales numbers from vgchartz as well. It's kind of silly. There are other reasons too:

      - yellow doesn't show up well on a white background.

      - The game titles don't contain links to that game's metacritic page. (which is how it should work if you were going to do it properly)

      - as another user has mentioned, it defeats the point of even having a wiki

      - It forces everyone editing the list to use metacritic

      - nothing is stopping anyone from checking metacritic on their own. If you want to see the scores then you'd have to do this anyway.

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    • ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ 

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  • Why did you delete the windows Millenium page?

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