I'm hoping that it's clear the discussion has died down and that beating a dead horse won't accomplish anything.
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If you're so hell-bent on criticizing this project, why not do your own version?That would be SO COOL. I totally should do this. Totally.
Nothing says there can't be multiple projects for one game.
... they're called mail men because they're men who handle the mail. There's no alliteration in "fireman". We should probably start calling them "fire fellas" I guess.If you can't even use the word because correctly then I don't know what to say except keep drinking your beer, kiddo. There is an alliteration in mail man, but not in fireman. We both understand that.
I rest my case.In context it's correct, but you can ignore that if you see fit to.
How about boy detective?...How about it? Never heard this use before, and I'm pretty traveled.
It's weird that you call mail man an exception, since it's formatted in the same way you think this title should be. It would make more sense to include in your argument as an exception if the term was "man mail".No, it's not weird in the slightest. In fact it's alliteration and that is the only reason the expression mail man exists; but I explained this to you already.
Girls are called kids all the time, and not just in groups.Yeah, sure, all the time. It's just that I've never heard a solitary girl being called a kid, when in this specific instance it's more of a synonym for a tough, a gang member, a ruffian, etc. If you don't want to change the title, don't. I'm not the one who's doing the translation. However, when you ask somebody who's been taught the English, then he's going to give you his pointers, whether you take them or not.
Is it just GoodNES that has these issues?No. I've tried out TurboGrafx16 games, Mega Drive games that are b, c, or m instead of the usual [!]. Not many at all, but they exist in these romsets. (Edit: can't type b with [ ] around it)
I think you need to remember that GoodNES isn't a carefully curated list, it's a tool to identify ROMs that exist in the wild, which was useful 20 years ago when you couldn't tell what each ROM you found online actually was. If it has a bunch of bad hacks in there, it's just because they have been identified and put in the GoodNES database.lol in the wild. Psyklax is right this time.
I really don't think it's an issue. You can just check this site for updated hacks.