http://redump.org/disc/67621/
http://redump.org/disc/38352/
http://redump.org/disc/67622/
need second colon.

Tennis no Oujisama: Smash Hit!: Original Anime Game

fuzzball wrote:

http://redump.org/disc/67621/
http://redump.org/disc/38352/
http://redump.org/disc/67622/
need second colon.

Tennis no Oujisama: Smash Hit!: Original Anime Game

The naming rule should be to not add a colon after an exclamation mark.

Lizard wrote:

The naming rule should be to not add a colon after an exclamation mark.

Thanks, I didn't know this rule.
strange rule...

fuzzball wrote:
Lizard wrote:

The naming rule should be to not add a colon after an exclamation mark.

Thanks, I didn't know this rule.
strange rule...

Another case i've fixed recently: the Buzz! gaming series for PS2.
The title written on the cover says "Buzz!: Game Title", but technically it's incorrect:
http://www.whitesmoke.com/exlamation-point-usage
I'll quote this website:

Pay attention!
4. Do not use the exclamation point with a period, comma, colon, or semicolon.

and that's why we usually remove the colon after an exclamation mark.

Lizard wrote:

and that's why we usually remove the colon after an exclamation mark.

Is this an English rule?
Does redump.org adopt it?

Isn't a separator necessary to separate the main and sub title?

fuzzball wrote:
Lizard wrote:

and that's why we usually remove the colon after an exclamation mark.

Is this an English rule?
Does redump.org adopt it?

Isn't a separator necessary to separate the main and sub title?

AFAIK it's an English grammar rule, and redump adopted that, because the other mods already told me to change the "Buzz!:" titles. Of course, we can discuss about that if the other mods wants to do it.

An exclamation mark ends the sentence, just like a dot, no colons after them.

Is the hyphen in filename treated the same as colon?

Tennis no Oujisama - Smash Hit! Original Anime Game
or
Tennis no Oujisama - Smash Hit! - Original Anime Game

fuzzball wrote:

Is the hyphen in filename treated the same as colon?

Yes. Smash Hit! [end of sentence] Original Anime Game

For example, if there is a title "Foo! Bar! Baz!" on db, can you distinguish the main title from the subtitle?
Foo! Bar! Baz!, Foo!: Bar! Baz!, Foo! Bar!: Baz!, Foo!: Bar!: Baz!

Is the separation information stored in db?