Phineas Nigellus Black
"The page was locked because of counter productive edit warring that you were engaging in.": In your opinion it was counter productive.
Virtual Game vs. Video Game
On the "Harry Potter and the Philospher's Stone" game soundtrack article you stated in the edit sumary "because it's misleading and incorrect. "vi..." : What was the rest of the summary? Jdogno7 (talk) 12:58, April 30, 2016 (UTC)
"As for the summary, it is because that it is incorrect and not to mention completely confusing. The soundtrack pages are about the video game soundtrack, so why would you move them to "virtual game soundtrack", which has no context, does not make any sense and is blatantly false?": How is it incorrect and confusing? Virtual Game does have context and does make sense because Video Game refers to all non-computer related versions of the games. So how is that blatantly false?
- The term "video game" refers to console games, handheld games, computer games, and arcade games alike. Basically any game that is played by interacting with a visual interface on some type of screen. Back in the 1990s, many probably would've taken exception to computer games being called "video games," because the console and computer game communities were more isolated from each other than they are now. But nowadays "video game" is applied across the board, and I've certainly never encountered the term "virtual game." ★ Starstuff (Owl me!) 01:04, May 1, 2016 (UTC)
When I say virtual game, I mean virtual reality game.