Talk:Mario Pong

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False Info?

Is it really a good idea to have false info in this article (like saying both reviews praise its accuracy, even though they don't really say so)? I'm sure LuigiM9 was trying to do what the main site did (disguise it as just a clone of Pong), in fact, I tried to do that at one point (I just couldn't figure out a good way to do so), but I feel like articles shouldn't lie, not saying that no fun is allowed. What do you think, guys? Q-Nova 22:54, 14 December 2016 (EST)

I don't think it's a huge issue. We did the same thing for Super MFGG Brutality awhile back and nobody took issue with it. Granted, there were no mainsite reviews to speak of - but there's a link to the mainsite on the page anyway. Kirby's Adventure 3:04, 15 December 2016 (EST)
Wait, Super MFGG Brutality isn't what the wiki said it was? So, what is it then? Though, keep in mind that the Normal Super Mario Bros. series didn't use false info, even though in the main site those games try to make the player think at first it's just clones of NES Mario games. I think there was also a couple April Fools games that make themselves look different from what they actually are in the main site, yet the wiki doesn't use false info. Maybe we should see what the sysops think about this. Q-Nova 09:49, 15 December 2016 (EST)
Super MFGG Brutality is just what the screenshot shows. Plus, it's just continuing the joke. --LuigiM9 12:24, 16 December 2016 (EST)

Deliberately adding false infornation, without indication of it's context or use is a bannable offense. If it is part of a joke, then it needs to be explained as such. --Nite Shadow 13:50, 16 December 2016 (EST)