Desculpa só responder agora, mas é que o meu computador esteve no conserto. E é claro que você pode usar essa imagem! Ela nem é de autoria minha, eu tirei de uma página o Facebook onde eles deram toda liberdade pra querm quisesse usar e divulga-la.
I agree with you, about what you said in that picture. Politcs in our country are worth nothing. They are not worth to even be compared with pigs, since animals at least are worth something, unlike them who are worse than trash.
Que bom encontrar um conterrâneo, já que o meu inglês é um *m. Se quiser conversar comigo, é melhor me passar seu Facebook ou seu endereço de e-mail, porque não dá pra conversar por aqui. Os administradores da wiki vão puxar nossa orelha por trocar mensagens em outra língua.
Infelizmente não curto redes sociais e por isso não tenho conta no Facebook.
Enquanto ao endereço de email, não consigo acessá-lo desde o final do ano passado. Talvez seja porque troquei de notebook, já que o anterior tinha estragado por causa de vírus. Mas talvez alguém tenha hackeado meu email, então não sei o motivo.
Thank you so much for taking my scanned and cleaned up images from my website without putting credit on there, despite a post regarding content on the Clock Tower Wikia on the main page of the site and the F.A.Q.
At least put down a source link when you take things that you have not personally - imported multiple guidebooks, debound, scanned in and cleaned up printing error blotches, removed text before they went up onto my site.
I've already gone over this previously with one of the admins of this wiki - LisaGarland and I more or less have an agreement for content (such as upcoming translation projects for all four drama cds, the two adventure novels) can be used as long as a credit/source link to the site is provided.
That's all I ask given that my site will be containing a more in-depth internal wiki on it (including things like interviews and the like, one of which I have done has already been linked onto the CT Wiki when I decided to post it on a survival horror forum), so I personally don't see how it seems to be so difficult or impossible to at least put source links down.
^ This site is what I am referring to, I know the concept art uploaded aren't from anywhere else as I uploaded them on my site across December 9th and 10th and since then, have been in the middle of doing a large scale update (including uploading all of the music I've ripped from the original Clock Tower games onto YouTube to replace the incorrect and not actual ripped tracks, but recordings that have been put on here with the incorrect track titles) for my site and a couple of things I offered to upload for usage on the Wikia here as well.
I'm not trying to be rude, it just looks unprofessional to me given that even Keita Amemiya's workshop website that was the source of the coloured Clock Tower 3 concept art hasn't been given a source link from the images uploaded after my scans from his biography were uploaded without a source credit that I have linked onto it before I was contacted by one of the admins.
It's just disheartening to put in a great deal of money, time and effort into providing quality content and materials on the site - just to again see things taken without so much as providing a source or origin credit for the content from my fan site.
That was due to the factor that in order to get good scans, one would need to import, debind more than 6 guidebooks and they would still need to be cleaned as the older guidebooks had multiple printing errors across the pages.
The entire reason behind my website is to make content that hasn't been available in the best quality and/or standard on my site to have an absolutely comprehensive fansite, in contrast to purely general information content that is defaced regularly (as I've seen on here).
Thank you, though with all of that - I wasn't actually intending for the visual materials I've put onto my site to be used on here.
I namely agreed with one of the admins to correct some information as there are multiple incomplete sections as I am working on translating all four drama cds, the two adventure novels, behind the scenes game footage, Keita's biography (in regard to Clock Tower 3) on top of providing a translation patch at the very least for Clock Tower Super Famicom, Clock Tower ~ The First Fear ~ PS1 due to there being some incorrect and uneeded text in the Aeon Genesis translation.
I mean, seeing as a source link to the scans still hasn't been provided on what you've taken from my site and reuploaded from here - what's the point of me taking the time to provide much more in-depth materials, content and information in general to what has been provided in the past or on here as a Wikia?
T-002, she means that you should be a little more apologetic because you didn't ask, or give her credit first. Sorry, I don't really check my wikis as often anymore.
There's no reason to necessarily delete them, but the least we could do is source the photos and link to Stalking Insanity on the front page, so it's a win/win situation for everyone. How would you feel about that, Alice? I just want to make this situation fair, because I know you haven't been treated as well as you should've. I've been looking forward to Stalking Insanity for like, 2-3 years now.
It's tough being an admin, because you don't always control the flow of what's edited, or added to the wiki by others, and it can get exhausting, but I try my best. I appreciate that you didn't jump into the situation like, "CLOCK TOWER WIKIA SUX, THEY STEAL FROM INNOCENT PEOPLE AND ARE EVIL.", etc, like some people react.
I'm just mentally exhausted from everything. A family member of mine died recently, I'm suffering from a little depression, and my job search has been shitty, so please cut me a little slack, but I truly want to make things better for you.
Sorry, I would have replied earlier but I was at work.
A source link back to the main page of the site is perfectly fine with me.
That's really the only thing I ask for content being used that I've provided on my site as I would rather avoid ruining the artwork by covering it up with watermarks because as you know, I want the site to be informative for the series as I can possibly make it.
It's more of an annoyance to be honest as given the soon to come translation work (including a patch for the PS1 version of Clock Tower ~ The First Fear ~) will get some coverage as I've already discussed with your co-admin for updating some information based off the translations (once I've completedly typed them up and made them publicly available on the site) to finalize some character profiles and some major plot points that haven't been properly covered before so I would like to ensure that the translation work can be seen before it would most likely be either butchered up onto other sites (as the older Demento translations have been across a couple of sites after I first put them up) or outright copied without any sort of source for the information that's just going to add to further misinformation about the series itself in general - which is what I am trying to correct in the first place with my site.
I've also been holding off on a site update for a bit as I've been rendering videos with the correct track information for Clock Tower (SFC, PC, PS1, WS), Clock Tower 2, Clock Tower GHOST HEAD/The Struggle Within to be embedded on here to overwrite the currently incomplete and incorrect track listings (which for a decent amount of them, are actually just recordings which actually have distortion, voice over and other static sounds disrupting the actual songs) with the full tracks that I've directly ripped out of the games and have re-rendered out of the game with both the actual instrument and timing files from the game itself.
As I've said before, I'm happy to help out and make corrections on things - it's just a tad irritating when things are not sourced properly (such as the Keita Amemiya concept art from his workshop's website which hasn't been sourced linked to the special article from CROWD Workshop where they were featured) but I've been wary of adding content onto here given the CT Wikia has been defaced which is why I am also providing an internal wiki on my site that cannot be edited unless I have created a user account (such as a couple of translators currently waiting for me to finish up my main translation projects before translating them into their native languages').
I don't really expect an apology or anything, just a rule of thumb of sourcing everything properly like finding information on the CT pages on the Japanese Wikipedia? Provide a source link for the information to the page it came from!
And I don't blame you or anything, I know it's difficult to control things on the Wikia which is why I do actually keep an eye on recent activty on here when I can between work and working on content for the site on and off.
I'm sorry to hear about your loss and I do hope that things pick up for you soon enough as it is still the start of a new year.
It's alright, I added a link on a front page, and I'll see about getting all of the images being sourced as well. Now you should get a few extra visitors~
And yeah, I think watermarks are ugly. At one point, me and Kelly were contemplating buying the guidebooks ourselves so that we could scan the renders, so I'm really grateful you did that. It saves us a lot of time and money, plus you did a great job. I'm also extremely excited for The First Fear patch! I prefer my games in English, the lingua franca.
This wikia isn't vandalized that often, it's just that sometimes, we have surges of common vandalizers, but it doesn't last more than a days or so, plus blocking people here has gotten easier. It's reverted very quickly, plus I'm noticing that vandalism has been on the decline.
If you want to help out the Wikia, that'd be terrific, although you shouldn't feel pressured. I highly recommend making an account rather than editing from an IP address, because it makes it easier to edit, people will identify you better, and you can get a feel of what it's like with multiple options and preferences.
When it comes to sourcing, I generally only source information that's hard to locate. For example, you wouldn't need to source things easily found in the games, such as "Fiona has blonde hair", etc.
I know a lot about wikis and how they're formatted (Wikitext, CSS), so if you need help on either wiki, you can always ask me.
Sorry, but I'm going to have to remove all the pages relating to the Clock Tower movie that you have created. Everything is completely unconfirmed and constantly changing so there is no point in creating all these pages when we're not sure if it's accurate. Sorry.
Once the movie information starts to get stable, and the characters are confirmed, we can add the pages right back. But for now, it's too uncertain to create pages for the characters. All info is on the movie article.
I don't think there's any proof that the bathroom corpse is Philip's. When Alyssa examines it, she asks "could this be one of the lodgers?" Also, since Dick murdered Philip, I don't know why he'd be keeping his murdered corpse around. Realistically, Dick would have disposed of Philip's corpse somewhere else.
Many characters, such as Rose, Kay and Beth have artwork that's of very bad quality. Since you add lots of pics to the site, if you ever want to crop these in Paint/Photoshop and replace the artwork, it'd be very welcomed and appreciated.
I don't mean to be rude, just trying to help. I don't know if English is your first language or not, but your edits tend to have grammar errors, and it's getting tiring looking after them.
Anyway, you have a habit of putting "the" in front of everything when it really isn't needed. For example, "in the Helen's Scenario", "the Alyssa's twin brother". You can just say, "In Helen's scenario", or "the spirit of Alyssa's twin brother".
Also, you should learn the difference between "his" "her" "it".
"His" is male, "her" is female, and "it" is used when the gender is unknown or doesn't apply. If you're talking about a girl, like Jennifer, you use female words such as "she" "her" "herself", you don't use "it" "its" or "his".
There's the difference between "in" and "by". Instead of "inspired in Simon Barrows", use "inspired by Simon Barrows", it sounds a lot nicer.
The best way to see if it sounds natural and flows right is to read it out loud. If it sounds wrong spoken, then you should change it until it sounds correct. If you want to perfect your English, try playing video games and movies with subtitles on.
Capcom will probably cancel the series, herself considers Clock Tower 3 a financial failure, and the series never had a good popularity due to poor quality of Clock Tower and Clock Tower II: The Struggle Within. The Human Entertainment did not learn from their mistakes, they worsened more and more games, they were unable to adapt to the revolution of the sixth consoles generation.
If they do not realize Clock Tower: The Movie, probably will not have any other game Clock Tower after more of that failure.
Heh, you should have used "it" or "they", not "herself". (Capcom isn't female, it's a company).
And yeah, I agree, Clock Tower II was horrible game that had so much potential, but failed in the end. I liked Clock Tower, but it still feels very archaic. It seems that Konami is making blunders to Silent Hill. I wonder if survival horror will ever be the same again, and if Remothered will improve on the series.
I understand that Remothered is not an official game of the series so much that he has undergone several changes to "escape" from copyright law. If this game is successful, it will be a shame for Capcom that was won by a group of "amateurs"
You also spoke a great truth: The producers are ruining the series of Survival Horror. Nobody else knows how to be original, a game is substantially equal to the predecessor, the only thing that changes is the plot that often comes out bad, like the Silent Hill Orphan.
Resident Evil 6 for example is being done very hastily, and looks more like a copy of Resident Evil 5 in questions of gameplay.
The problem with Resident Evil is that it's too much of an action series now, it's rarely scary or atmospheric, especially when you're dodging explosions, lasers, and punching boulders into lava craters.
Silent Hill: Downpour was decent, but Book of Memories is looking terrible, imo. I wish we could have another game like Haunting Ground, where the fear and panic is a gameplay element, and you feel vulnerable. I beat Amnesia a few weeks ago and that was pretty good, but the story was all over the place and the horror was pretty unoriginal.
Yeah, I think if more companies hear the fans, the games would be better. Whenever I go into forums on Clock Tower and I see people posting their ideas for future games, I was amazed at their creativity.