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Adding Toy and Board Game discussions to this forum

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  • Oct 27th, 2018 6:46 pm

Poll: Do you like the idea?

  • Total votes: 34. You have voted on this poll.
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Jun 17, 2013
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Scarborough

Adding Toy and Board Game discussions to this forum

There's currently no good place to discuss these things and this is the closest forum that could possibly accommodate them. Looking to get some feedback from the community on the idea on merging those discussions into this forum and renaming it something like "Video Games, Toys and Board Games".

If we get enough positive feedback we'll consider making the change.
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Deal Fanatic
Nov 17, 2004
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Toronto
Just put "Games" and leave it at that.
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Grimsby
Either seems fine to me. I would also suggest making it a forum outside of Entertainment to enhance visibility/traffic. Video games in particular are a massive industry now, I've always thought the sub deserved more readership/attention.
Deal Guru
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May 9, 2006
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Simplified to "Gaming & Toys" or "Gaming & Collectibles"?

Also I 100% agree it getting separated from Entertainment
Deal Expert
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Jan 7, 2007
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Poormond Hill
Remove "PC & Video Games" from Entertainment.
Create "Games" forum. In this forum, do the same as in "Hot Deals". When someone makes a thread, have them select either "Toy & Board" or "PC & Video Games" as the category to be posted. This way if you just want to read a certain category, you just click on it.
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Deal Addict
Feb 17, 2013
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I suppose it should do. My dedicated forum thread on collectibles and action figures was definitely not enough for fellow toy collectors at RFD.

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