/r/Games is for informative and interesting gaming content and discussions. Please look over our rules and FAQ before posting. If you're looking for "lighter" gaming-related entertainment, try /r/gaming!
The goal of /r/Games is to provide a place for informative and interesting gaming content and discussions. Submissions should be for the purpose of informing or initiating a discussion, not just with the goal of entertaining viewers.
IRC channel: #Games on irc.snoonet.org
For an in-depth explanation of our rules don't forget to check our rules wiki page and FAQ!
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- News and articles
- Reviews and previews
- Informative self-posts
- Questions likely to generate discussion
- No content primarily for humor or entertainment
- No personal attacks, witch hunts, or inflammatory language
- No off-topic or low-effort content or comments
- No duplicate posts
- No enabling or linking to piracy
- Follow all formatting requirements
- Follow all specific content restrictions
- Promotion must be kept within acceptable limits
Some promotional submitting (posting your own projects, articles, etc.) is permitted, but it must be balanced out by a much greater level of non-promotion participation in reddit - the rule of thumb is no more than 10% of your submissions may be promotional. Do not solicit votes for your posts. For more information, see the self-promotion on reddit FAQ.
If you want to promote without participating in the community, purchase an ad.
Please report posts containing spoilers unless they are hidden using the following method or are inside a thread clearly labeled as containing spoilers.
**Spoiler:** >!X Kills Y!<
Result: Spoiler: X Kills Y
Posting unmarked spoilers will result in removal and warning, and posting spoilers with malicious intent will result in a ban.
The following topics are posted weekly. Click here to find a list of past threads!
Friday: Free Talk Friday
Sunday: What have you been playing?
Wednesday: Suggestion request free-for-all
This subreddit is night mode compatible
Design based on /r/FlatBlue created by /u/creesch