Difference between revisions of "Talk:Gold Rush"

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I'm not complaining about it, nor am I suggesting that this must change, but in my opinion, the title for this article seems... Simple? Bland? Something along those lines. Using "Danmaku Amanojaku Gold Rush" seems to make better sense to my taste, having it as an exception to the scheme of using sub-titles in the article's title. [[Touhou Hisoutensoku]] also uses this exception in a similar way. I don't know, maybe it's just me. {{User:Tony64/Sig}} 15:29, 20 November 2014 (UTC)
 
I'm not complaining about it, nor am I suggesting that this must change, but in my opinion, the title for this article seems... Simple? Bland? Something along those lines. Using "Danmaku Amanojaku Gold Rush" seems to make better sense to my taste, having it as an exception to the scheme of using sub-titles in the article's title. [[Touhou Hisoutensoku]] also uses this exception in a similar way. I don't know, maybe it's just me. {{User:Tony64/Sig}} 15:29, 20 November 2014 (UTC)
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: We do not call ISC ''Danmaku Amanojaku Impossible Spell Card''. And Touhou Hisoutensoku is not the similar way exception. Touhou Hisoutensoku is the game which has no English subtitle at all, that is why we call it in Japanese. --[[User:Coyc|Coyc]] ([[User talk:Coyc|talk]]) 11:34, 21 November 2014 (UTC)

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About the title[edit]

I'm not complaining about it, nor am I suggesting that this must change, but in my opinion, the title for this article seems... Simple? Bland? Something along those lines. Using "Danmaku Amanojaku Gold Rush" seems to make better sense to my taste, having it as an exception to the scheme of using sub-titles in the article's title. Touhou Hisoutensoku also uses this exception in a similar way. I don't know, maybe it's just me. Tony64 (Talk/Con.) 15:29, 20 November 2014 (UTC)

We do not call ISC Danmaku Amanojaku Impossible Spell Card. And Touhou Hisoutensoku is not the similar way exception. Touhou Hisoutensoku is the game which has no English subtitle at all, that is why we call it in Japanese. --Coyc (talk) 11:34, 21 November 2014 (UTC)