Why use a wiki? We know there are a lot of different resources out there for your gaming needs. Between official sites and databases full of data mined content, finding the stats for
a new weapon is not particularly hard anymore. So why
use a wiki? Because it is made by the community, for
the community. That means there is information added
to each page based not on what one site developer
decided should go there, nor on what was able to be
extracted from a scan, but what the community
as a whole decided was relevant. That means
more, and better, information. That means the
community is needed for not only adding new
pages when warranted, but making the small edits -
fixing the typos, adding a short walk-through, or adding
some strategies. Working together we are able to build
a better site than anything any developer can build alone.
Why use Gamer Escape? Not only do you have a choice when it comes to the types of sites you use, but why use this wiki? The people who run and contribute to Gamer Escape are, at our
core, gamers. We have day jobs that pay the bills, and
run this site for fun, and because we believe that we
as gamers are in the best position to create a site
for the games we play. We've been doing this in
various forms since 2004, but our ultimate goal
is to provide the community with a place they
can come to for accurate and up-to-date
gaming news, entertaining podcasts, and
a place to discuss their passion for games.
If you have any comments about the site please
let us know on IRC, our forums, or via email. So, without
further ado, we offer a sincere thank you for using the site.
- The Gamer Escape Team.