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NintendoWiki:Games

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This article is largely under construction. Please excuse the unprofessional look and use the discussion to suggest major changes.

This page was marked by Tacopill on September 2013

The games project exists to catalog and index every game that is:

  • Developed by Nintendo (at least in part)
  • Published by Nintendo (in at least one marketing region)
  • Owned by Nintendo (at least in part)
  • Or involved Nintendo in some way, shape or form.

Similar to how Bulbapedia catalogs Pokémon.

Covered in each article[edit]

Series[edit]

Each game can belong to one of more series, whether they be an established Franchise, a recognized collection of independently related games, or an unrecognized group of notable titles.

each series gets a navigation template, to be seen close to the bottom of the article.

Ports and remakes[edit]

If a game has been ported and/or remade 3 or more times.

Relations to other games[edit]

if a game is related by story, connectivity or something else (not including ports or remakes) to 3 or more games.


Technical details[edit]

Marketing and sales details[edit]

Staff[edit]

Trivia[edit]

Article structure[edit]

NintendoWiki logo.png  See also: Article structure 


1st and 2nd-party games[edit]

  • [Main]
    • (First section)
    • Blurb, a saying that can be usually found in the back of the box art, grabbing the attention of the reader. These things disappear in later titles.
    • Story, self-explanatory; can be excluded if a video game title doesn't have a storyline. For example, Yoshi's Cookie, and 'Yoshi'.
    • Gameplay, self-explanatory.
    • Technical Details
    • Other Releases
== External links ==
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    • {{{name of the franchise/series} series}}, used only if the game is part of a series.
  • [Category]
    • Category:{name of the home/portable console} games
    • Category:{name of the home/portable virtual console} games, if applicable.
    • Category:{year game was published} games. If it was published more than once, as per the Release Management policy, then only include the year(s) relating to that publishing.
    • Category:{console} Wi-Fi games, if applicable.
    • Category:Games published by {game publisher}.
    • Category:Games developed by {game developer}.


Notes[edit]

3rd-party games[edit]

  • [Main]
    • (First section)
    • Blurb, a saying that can be usually found in the back of the box art, grabbing the attention of the reader. These things disappear in later titles.
    • Story, self-explanatory; can be excluded if a video game title doesn't have a storyline. For example, Pipe Mania, Anticipation, and Tetris for the NES.
    • Gameplay, self-explanatory.
    • Technical Details
    • Other Releases
    • {{{name of the franchise/series} series}}, used only if the game is part of a series.
  • [Category]
    • Category:{name of the home/portable console} games
    • Category:{name of the home/portable virtual console} games, if applicable.
    • Category:{year game was published} games. If it was published more than once, as per the Release Management policy, then only include the year(s) relating to that publishing.
    • Category:{console} Wi-Fi games, if applicable.
    • Category:Games published by {game publisher}.
    • Category:Games developed by {game developer}.

Notes[edit]

  • If the article is completely done - lock it from further editing.
  • Color scheme for 3rd party games is Neutral color scheme.

Other types of games[edit]

  • These apply to Board games, dominos games, etc. that aren't video games.

Relevant pages[edit]

Membership[edit]

Users[edit]