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Topic: Removing long-released games from the coming soon list

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KeeperBvK

1. Posted:

Like this one for example: http://wii.nintendolife.com/games/wii/trace_memory_r_gateway_...
Or removing this one, which is long overdue to be done: http://wii.nintendolife.com/games/wii/brutal_legend

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Sean_Aaron

2. Posted:

I fail to see how the Trace Memory page needs removing, we often have game pages without reviews attached.

With regard to Brutal Legend there's certainly a case to be made, so consider it done.

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Cipher

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I don't think he means getting rid of the pages altogether, just taking them off the Coming Soon lists. Games like "Need For Speed: Carbon" and "Pokémon Ranger", which have been out for years, and the New Play Control! versions of the Metroid Prime games, which we know won't be coming out because we have Trilogy.

The CS list is very much in need of an update, quite simply.

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Sean_Aaron

4. Posted:

Ah, okay, I see what you mean. I'll have a look. Unfortunately not all of this is automated, so thanks for pointing it out!

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KeeperBvK

5. Posted:

Thanks, Cipher. You got my point. ;)

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Sean_Aaron

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I've gone through the Wii games and renamed things. I think part of the problem is that we'll sometimes create a game page for something because we get a lot of screenshots from PR folks and that's just a convenient way to store/reference them. Unfortunately these aren't all games we end up reviewing so we don't necessarily pay attention to them in future.

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