Hey, I just came to let you on a reminder that on the Fighting Games Footer, Soul Calibur is spelled as SoulCalibur, missing the space. I know that it's only a minor error, but some people that have played the game series (myself included) would know that that's a mispelling, can you fix it?
I have to laugh as I read this - not because you don't have a point, but because this is something that caused me a lot of trouble. No matter where you look (even on official sites!) there are three ways to spell it: SoulCalibur, Soul Calibur, and Soulcalibur.
Wikipedia settled on Soulcalibur, the title is spelled SoulCalibur, and a lot of press outlets use any of the three :P I finally settled on the way it appeared on all the game titles (no space) rather than pretending it was a single word like Wikipedia does. (case in point for Wikipedia)
Although I just came across this... so I guess I will be going with a single word (insert facepalm)
I appreciate the approval of Thunder Force Wiki being add to the footer of the Shoot Em Up Genre, in case you're also wondering, the general Shoot Em Up Wiki has also recently become active once more thanks to your truly here. If you don't mind, I would like you to look over the site to see if it meets the requirements, just in case.
Also, what is the minimum number of Wikis that must be approved for the genre footer to come into effect?
The Shoot'em Up wiki should already be approved ;)
As for the minimum number of sites, the footer has reached that number - due to some internal communications on our side, I'm holding off on creating it until the end of the week, likely Friday or Saturday.
I'm always open to suggestions :) My general rule is to try to find a male and female character (if applicable) from two different games, with transparent backgrounds - so typically a png image. If you've got any ideas, throw them my way and I can hunt down the pics.
Thing is, many shoot em ups don't have direct characters, rather starfighter and spaceships (such as the Vic Viper in Gradius or the Rynex in Thunder Force) are the closest thing they have to that, which seems more understandable if you ask me. I notice that some footers for genres such as vehicular and stradegy use objects as their characters/images on their footers, so in that case would that be plausible for the Shoot Em Up genre?
Here, I have some images up for suggestion for the genre's footer: the 1st 2 are of the Vic Viper from the Gradius Series, while the following 2 after that are of the Fire LEO-04 Rynex from the Thunder Force Series. Feel free to let me know your thoughts of them.
I have a new suggestion, have you ever tried doing three images at once on a footer, maybe you should give it a try on one image of the Silver Hawk, one of the Vic Viper,and one of the Rynex, something different for once.
You know what, on second thought, I prefer the starfighters I originally suggested (Vic Viper and Rynex), while I'm not against the Silver Hawk (which I like as well, seriously), I just don't find it as appealing as the other two crafts.
I apologize if I'm becomeing a bit fussy with my opinion on the images for this footer (as well as the footer itself), I'm just eager to see it upon its release.
I have another favor to ask - could you change the link (which is from the user's profile under "My Favorite Wikis") from "The Binding of Isaac Wiki" to "Isaacpedia"? For example; from "SpongeBob Squarepants Wiki" to "Encyclopedia SpongeBobia".
Hmmm... I'm not sure how to do that. I don't see a way even under my own profile - I'm just able to delete or hide what's shown. There's nothing under preferences, either. I don't seem to be able to add anything manually :(
Hey there Raylan13 er... I hate doing this as I feel like I am being impatient or something but I am not but er I put up a new wiki for being adde don the footer the Live A Live wiki and that place has a bit over 100 pages the minimal requirment I dunno how long each takes to be processed though.
And a question my Nage Libre wiki once it has atleast 100 or more pages do I let you know about it? as right now I see it can`t go yet as it doesn`t have the proper amount of pages.. And another question I have is will other wiki types eventually get a brand new header like this one? like one for comics? etc? just wondering heh well thanks in advance.
Since you haven't updated the list since last time, I thought I might drop a word. Devilmanozzy on Darius Wiki has already approved the inclusion on the footer. Also, the Shoot'em Up Wiki and Sonic Wings Wiki aren't inactive (and both have active admins as well).
If you don't mind, I could suggest more wikis for the other footers as well.
As you can tell, we've had to move the footer program here; unfortunately, due to some technical issues, the most up-to-date version of the page was unavailable for transfer. As such, it's very likely I already noted Darius Wiki's approval :P
As for the other two, the activity was minimal when I checked, and the admins at each haven't edited in a considerable amount of time - though it appears the one at Sonic Wings did edit after I had initially checked. I'll pop a message over there; but for the Shoot'em Up Wiki, only Hornetzilla78 (not an admin) has been active, and then only for a short time, so it makes sense to hold off there to see how the activity continues.
Hi. I think you should you consider adding the Shikigami wiki already, since I don't think it can get much more pages given the subject. We can get a few more pages done, but I don't think it'll get near the 100 page count.