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User talk:Maurice Ornelas

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Metal Gear Solid

Hi. Thanks for putting Metal Gear Solid into the Games category. I've re-done the plot summary, and compared it to the one at Wikipedia. Over there, they've referenced everything that happened in the game, quoting from the game itself. Do you think that this would be necessary here? I don't think that I have the time to find what they say throughout the game, thus I could only get them by copying them from the article on Wikipedia. Even this would be difficult, as my summary is longer than the one there. Could I ask for your opinion as to how I should reference it? Thanks, Oliver Smith 16:19, 7 April 2007 (CDT)

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