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Introduction paragraph - see Introduction guidelines. Gamename is a taxonony/perspective/mode/genre etc. featuring key/unique gameplay features made by company published by company. Game is a sequel/prequel in the series or related series or is a spiritual successor. Game uses engine plus any noteworthy engine information compared to other entries in the series. Game is important/noteworthy for any other reason.
Game was first released on platform on date. Pre-release information including early access, crowdfunding, closed beta, etc. Platform changes with platform (Steam, EGS, GOG etc.) including delays, technical issues. Launch was successful/had issues with player number milestones if noteworthy. History with a focus on technical issues: e.g. major bugs, inability to access the game, DRM, missing advertised features, features missing from console counterpart, missing endings, etc. and whether any of these problems were fixed.
Current major issues that have not been resolved yet. Updates/support is the game regularly updated technically (patches etc.) or content (DLC, expansions, microtransactions or free content updates). Roadmap of future content or features. Multiplayer describe the scene, give an update on number of current players, is it possible for players find games? Modding are there official tools, how are mods distributed. Improvements mentions of essential mods or quality of life improvements, link to anchors further below. Major community additions ONLY INCLUDE if there are major communities outside of 'General information' links such as already linked Steam, GOG, fan forums, e.g. substantial modding communities, Discord communities, alternative servers, hacked multiplayer etc.
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