Difference between revisions of "Talk:Jomb"

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"His creations are considered to be infamous in the ROM hacking community (and even the Internet community in general)." - That sentence strikes me as against the NPOV policy. If it were a user page, I wouldn't have an issue with it, but it's a normal wiki page. Plus, it's highly speculative and most likely incorrect (I consider myself part of the ROM hacking community, and I have never heard of Jomb or any of his hacks, then again, i'm probably not his target audience :P). --[[User:Dan|Dan]] 09:03, 8 March 2006 (EST)
 
"His creations are considered to be infamous in the ROM hacking community (and even the Internet community in general)." - That sentence strikes me as against the NPOV policy. If it were a user page, I wouldn't have an issue with it, but it's a normal wiki page. Plus, it's highly speculative and most likely incorrect (I consider myself part of the ROM hacking community, and I have never heard of Jomb or any of his hacks, then again, i'm probably not his target audience :P). --[[User:Dan|Dan]] 09:03, 8 March 2006 (EST)
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I dont think the statement "His creations are considered to be infamous in the ROM hacking community (and even the Internet community in general)." is entirely accurate when describing my hacks (or the 2 which have been released as of writing this), but i think it does describe Pussy City Pimps itself, at least amidst the general emulation community (not so much the holier-than-though I-got-no-sense-of-humor ROM hacking community).  Little Remo is still little known, but PCP is very commonly included in ROM collections as if it was not a hack at all, has been made into an actual pirate cartridge in Asia, and has its own cult following.  I've had many occasions where people i've never met before have begun quoting lines from it and knew much of it by memory.  But no, its absolutely not intended for people who have no sense of humor, and preferably you'd need to have a twisted sense of humor and/or a love for dark comedy.

Latest revision as of 19:41, 7 April 2006

"His creations are considered to be infamous in the ROM hacking community (and even the Internet community in general)." - That sentence strikes me as against the NPOV policy. If it were a user page, I wouldn't have an issue with it, but it's a normal wiki page. Plus, it's highly speculative and most likely incorrect (I consider myself part of the ROM hacking community, and I have never heard of Jomb or any of his hacks, then again, i'm probably not his target audience :P). --Dan 09:03, 8 March 2006 (EST)

I dont think the statement "His creations are considered to be infamous in the ROM hacking community (and even the Internet community in general)." is entirely accurate when describing my hacks (or the 2 which have been released as of writing this), but i think it does describe Pussy City Pimps itself, at least amidst the general emulation community (not so much the holier-than-though I-got-no-sense-of-humor ROM hacking community). Little Remo is still little known, but PCP is very commonly included in ROM collections as if it was not a hack at all, has been made into an actual pirate cartridge in Asia, and has its own cult following. I've had many occasions where people i've never met before have begun quoting lines from it and knew much of it by memory. But no, its absolutely not intended for people who have no sense of humor, and preferably you'd need to have a twisted sense of humor and/or a love for dark comedy.