DoublEE wrote:"It doesn't sell" is the mantra of Borders Book and Blockbuster.
Wikipedia? Hold on...I'm going to create a notation that says the game never existed. Give me a few minutes.
Borders and Blockbuster are no different. Big box retailers don't care about quality. they care about sales. Better to see them gone.
And while you're editing wikipedia, you should also edit these links:
See, Wikipedia is a great resource to jump off from for research. So if you're researching something, going to wikipedia will confirm it exists, and the references will confirm that the statement of its existing is valid, depending on where the references come from. Wikipedia on its own is fallible. That is why there are references: you get the rough draft, and then you check the sources, and if they are credible, you use them. I see nothing untrustworthy about those three gaming sites, but I thought I'd link a couple more. Most intelligent people, given a non-in-depth article, would simply check the references, of course. It is not an abstract about rocket science. It is basically a citation that a game exists, with links to prove it.
Of course, for the true skeptic... the 9/11 conspiracist, the Young Earther, the Climate Isn't Real Because Liberals Care About It armchair scientist observing that snow is evidence against climate change... I offer you to buy a copy off ebay. There are many, and they're cheap. But I guess I could have made a number of ebay accounts to sell fake goods (wow, that doesn't sound like something close to home, does it?) If so, you could always watch a video of the game (complete with "run away" button below). Now, I don't think I can hack YouTube to post a video anticipating the Ramy Era months before he ever showed up at woot, which is good, because clearly I could have forged a video sequence. Hopefully that is solid enough proof. The rabbit comes in at about the 3 minute mark. Which means a choppy white rabbit, with the option to "Run away," is in a video game. Which means this should be rejected. Forget that Ramy has used this tired trope numerous times before. This time it's decidedly against the rules. If Jawas are axed for being video game characters (which they are, and should have been axed already for not being every-day events), so too should this.