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It's not a problem. Walkthrough language is fine, but it's definitely something you only wanna use when you're writing a gameplay segment in an article (like for the enemy pages) or a literal walkthrough article (which is something we're still working on because we'll need a lot of folk for that given the number of POP games.)
 
It's not a problem. Walkthrough language is fine, but it's definitely something you only wanna use when you're writing a gameplay segment in an article (like for the enemy pages) or a literal walkthrough article (which is something we're still working on because we'll need a lot of folk for that given the number of POP games.)
   
Just upload your own screenshot if there isn't an official one to use. You could also check out a resource like Warrior Within's Steam page ([http://steamcommunity.com/app/13500/screenshots/ their screenshot community] is pretty good at capturing high quality images of locations and characters). If you have a graphics program (like GIMP or Photoshop), you could also try to brighten the image if it comes out too dark.
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Just upload your own screenshot if there isn't an official one to use. You could also check out a resource like Warrior Within's Steam page ([http://steamcommunity.com/app/13500/screenshots/ their screenshot community] is pretty good at capturing high quality images of locations and characters. Just be mindful not to use images with subtitles on them.). If you have a graphics program (like GIMP or Photoshop), you could also try to brighten the image if it comes out too dark.

Latest revision as of 22:31, February 28, 2018

It's not a problem. Walkthrough language is fine, but it's definitely something you only wanna use when you're writing a gameplay segment in an article (like for the enemy pages) or a literal walkthrough article (which is something we're still working on because we'll need a lot of folk for that given the number of POP games.)

Just upload your own screenshot if there isn't an official one to use. You could also check out a resource like Warrior Within's Steam page (their screenshot community is pretty good at capturing high quality images of locations and characters. Just be mindful not to use images with subtitles on them.). If you have a graphics program (like GIMP or Photoshop), you could also try to brighten the image if it comes out too dark.

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