Just a heads up, reverting someone's honest edits without explanation is quite rude. I've made some edits here too, and you constantly sanitize. Per Fandom policy, this wiki isn't yours; it's the community's. While I'm sure you feel you are doing your best, it's important to keep in mind how you're being percieved, not to crap on others, and most importantly: Don't just randomly revert.
Quick follow up: I strongly suggest enabling a talk page for this wiki as a whole. Most wikis have them, and it's not the same as the discussion at the bottom. A talk page is the appropriate place to discuss edits, and proposed formats.
Ah, I forgot to add the summary explanation there. For the most part, we don't need screenshots of the posters for such, which is why it was removed. If anything, using the direct game image instead would work better for those purposes, but it still doesn't really add to the page as just a short note about the posters works well for the page in question.
Also talk pages are actually on their way out as Fandom is pushing newer formats out for such.
See this page (near the bottom under Message Wall section). Basically because we enabled the message wall a few years ago, it updated itself and removed the talk pages ability. Likewise with discussions: we moved over to that (beause nobody was using the old forums section for a good year or more) and now there's no way to revert. But the tradeoff is this is cleaner (no constant nesting and double nesting of messages on talk pages) and people started to post in discussions almost right away after converting over.