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Infobox video game
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Developer(s) {{{developer}}}
Publisher(s) {{{publisher}}}
Series {{{series}}}
Director(s) {{{director}}}
Producer(s) {{{producer}}}
Designer(s) {{{designer}}}
Programmer(s) {{{programmer}}}
Artist(s) {{{artist}}}
Writer(s) {{{writer}}}
Composer(s) {{{composer}}}
Game engine {{{engine}}}
Aspect ratio {{{format}}}
Release date {{{release}}}
Genre(s) {{{genre}}}
Mode(s) {{{mode}}}
Ratings {{{rating}}}
Platform(s) {{{platform}}}
Media {{{media}}}
System requirements {{{requirement}}}
Input methods {{{input}}}

Code

{{Infobox video game
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|image       = 
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|caption     = 
|developer   = 
|publisher   = 
|series      = 
|director    = 
|producer    = 
|designer    = 
|programmer  = 
|artist      = 
|writer      = 
|composer    = 
|engine      = 
|format      = 
|release     = 
|genre       = 
|mode        = 
|rating      = 
|platform    = 
|media       = 
|requirement = 
|input       = 
}}

Usage

To use this template, place the code above at the top of an article and fill in the respective blanks.

Where:

  • title should be filled with the name of the video game.
  • image should be filled with the video game's box art, title screen or logo.
  • symbol should be filled with the respective series symbol using the symbol template only, unless a visualization of the symbol is required.
  • caption should be filled with a description of the image spot.
  • developer should be filled with the name of the company that was in charge of the video game's development.
  • publisher should be filled with the name of the company that was responsible for publishing the video game.
  • series should be filled with the name of the video game series the title belongs to.
  • director should be filled with the name of the person/people who oversaw the creative development of the video game.
  • producer should be filled with the name of the person/people who was in charge of the production of the video game.
  • designer should be filled with the name of the person/people who worked on the video game's system.
  • programmer should be filled with the name of the person/people who developed the codebases for the video game.
  • artist should be filled with the name of the person/people who created the visual art for the video game.
  • writer should be filled with the name of the person/people who worked on the script or scenario of the video game.
  • composer should be filled with the name of the person/people who created the music tracks and melodies for the video game.
  • format should be filled with the aspect ratio the video game plays on or can be played on.
  • release should be filled with the original release date of the video game, not counting ports (unless enhanced) or emulations. As the release dates may vary per region, each one should be accompanied by a small indicator for the region and the corresponding date.
  • genre should be filled with the video game genre the title is focused on. More than one genre can be listed.
  • mode should be filled with the modes offered by the video game, whether it is single-player, multiplayer, or both.
  • rating should be filled with the rating classification provided by an official rating organzation like ESRB, PEGI, CERO or ACB. In case a classification is not provided by a rating organization, a rating provided by a website the video game is currently being hosted may be used instead.
  • platform should be filled with the name of the device or operating system the video game is available or was released for.
  • media should be filled with the name of the format the game is distributed.
  • requirement should be filled with the minimal technical specifications of the platform required to run the video game properly.
  • input should be filled with the peripheral (or hardware equipment) required to provide data and control signals of the video game.
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