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Template:Cite video game

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Usage

{{cite video game
| title = 
| developer = 
| publisher = 
| date = 
| platform = 
| version = 
| scene = 
| level = 
| language = 
| quote = 
}}
Or use the inline version
{{cite video game |title= |developer= |publisher= |date= |platform= |version= |scene= |level= |language= |quote= }}

Sample input:

{{cite video game
 |title=[[Halo 3]]
 |developer=[[Bungie]]
 |publisher=[[Microsoft Game Studios]]
 |date=2007-09-25
 |platform=[[Xbox 360]]
 |version=1.0
 |level=The Storm
 |language=
 |quote='''Arbiter''': 'More Brutes?' / '''Master Chief''': 'Worse.'
}}

Sample output: Bungie (2007-09-25). Halo 3. Xbox 360. Microsoft Game Studios. Level/area: The Storm. Arbiter: 'More Brutes?' / Master Chief: 'Worse.'

Required parameters

  • title: Title of the game.
  • developer: Developer of the game.
Use developer2, developer3, developer4, developer5 for listing multiple developers.

Optional parameters

  • date: Full date of publication of the specified version. Must not be wikilinked. For acceptable date formats, see Help:Citation Style 1 § Dates.
  • publisher: Publisher, if applicable to translation/edition; omit if identical to developer
  • language: language of publication (don't specify "English" as this is the default)
  • version: version, if applicable
  • platform: platform, if applicable to the reference. (If citing something that is the same across all versions, this is unnecessary)
  • quote: the quote that is used as the reference. (use quotation marks when quoting direct speech)
  • scene: scene within which the referred event or quote (if any) occurs (e.g. opening, staff credits).
  • level: level or area within which the referred event or quote (if any) occurs.

TemplateData

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TemplateData for Cite video game

Template parameters

ParameterDescriptionTypeStatus
Titletitle

Title of the video game

Stringrequired
Developerdeveloper

Developer of the game

Stringrequired
Publisherpublisher

Publisher, if applicable to translation/edition; omit if identical to developer

Stringoptional
Platformplatform

Platform, if applicable to the reference. (If citing something that is the same across all versions, this is unnecessary)

Stringoptional
Versionversion

Version number of the video game cited, if applicable

Stringoptional
Scenescene

Scene within which the referred event or quote (if any) occurs (e.g. opening, staff credits)

Stringoptional
Levellevel

Level or area within which the referred event or quote (if any) occurs

Stringoptional
Datedate

Full date of publication of the specified version. Must not be wikilinked.

Stringoptional
Quotequote

The quote that is used as the reference

Stringoptional
Languagelanguage

Language of publication; specify only if it is not English

Stringoptional