Difference between revisions of "Talk:Video game industry"

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The article refers to the spring, the season of the year, not a video game; there is no video game of such a title. In the source, it's capitalized because it's the first word of the sentence, not because it's a proper noun. The source says that Grand Theft Auto IV ''went on'' to gross $500 million and became the biggest blockbuster of the spring season, not that the non-existent video game "Spring" grossed that much. This error should not be added back into the article. In Christ, [[User:Tzoran|Tzoran]] <sup>[[User talk:Tzoran|Talk]]</sup> 14:45, 27 April 2010 (EDT)
 
The article refers to the spring, the season of the year, not a video game; there is no video game of such a title. In the source, it's capitalized because it's the first word of the sentence, not because it's a proper noun. The source says that Grand Theft Auto IV ''went on'' to gross $500 million and became the biggest blockbuster of the spring season, not that the non-existent video game "Spring" grossed that much. This error should not be added back into the article. In Christ, [[User:Tzoran|Tzoran]] <sup>[[User talk:Tzoran|Talk]]</sup> 14:45, 27 April 2010 (EDT)
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:Good catch.  Thanks.--[[User:Aschlafly|Andy Schlafly]] 15:37, 27 April 2010 (EDT)

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The article refers to the spring, the season of the year, not a video game; there is no video game of such a title. In the source, it's capitalized because it's the first word of the sentence, not because it's a proper noun. The source says that Grand Theft Auto IV went on to gross $500 million and became the biggest blockbuster of the spring season, not that the non-existent video game "Spring" grossed that much. This error should not be added back into the article. In Christ, Tzoran Talk 14:45, 27 April 2010 (EDT)

Good catch. Thanks.--Andy Schlafly 15:37, 27 April 2010 (EDT)