Hello and welcome to /v/GamingMemories!
This subverse is entirely discussion driven and memory based. Please take the time to read the rules, which are visible on the right side of the GamingMemories page, and are copied below.
- Don't be an asshole: This subverse is based on memories and is therefor inherently subjective, please respect everyone's thoughts and memories. There will absolutely be no brigading or doxxing.
- Keep it clean I: The content of the memory may be inappropriate (18+) but if so label it NSFW.
- Keep it clean II: No NSFW images, videos, or links are allowed. This isn't the place.
- Keep it clean III: No links to illegal content or material. This isn't the place.
- Stay on target I: Give your submissions meaningful names that will draw other people with similar memories to your submission.
- Stay on target II: If you'd like to talk about an entire aspect of a game for example its multiplayer, mark the beginning with [MP], [SP] can also be used.
- Stay on target III: Submissions must be related to your personal experiences with a game and your memories.
Violation of rules 1,2,3, or 4 is a bannable offence depending on severity and past transgressions.
Violation of rules 5,6, or 7 will likely only result in a submission needing to be re-titled or edited.
Example submission: [MP] Halo 3 in its prime was without a doubt my favorite online gaming experience.
This subverse was made so we gamer's can discuss those video games or moments in video games that will always stay with us. I have an idea of what this subverse could be, a place for the free expression of what makes video games memorable and examples of that. But I know that if this subverse takes off that people will undoubtedly want changes, and that is absolutely fine! This subverse will change as the users do, hopefully it will grow and become a fun place to discuss gaming memories for years to come! The rules are so worded to try and shape this vision, I want every submission and submitter to be respected and treated with kindness and every subsequent discussion to be a positive experience for everyone involved. Granted not everyone will agree that, for example, Halo 3 had the best multiplayer experience, but why argue and bash the submitter in the discussion/comment section when you can make your own post about your ideas and have a discussion with like minded people there? Of course healthy discussion and debate is encouraged, just please keep it civil and don't be an asshole! :)
tl;dr: Share your memories, don't be an asshole, keep it clean, stay on target. :)
Welcome to the Gaming Memory Bank!