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Everything posted by Newmansan

  1. Man, time sure flies. Glad to see we're as healthy as ever.
  2. *Jamestown *Artemis might work via Wine. *Mercenary Kings *Battleblock Theatre *Castle Crashers *Madballs in Babo: Invasion *Torchlight 2 *Any fighting Game *Any of the Worms games *Gauntlet *Gotham City Imposters *Magicka *Monday Night Combat FTP *Mount Your Friends
  3. For those of you not on reddit, a list of 47 still active shift key codes: http://www.reddit.com/r/Gaming4Gamers/comments/26qvxw/a_list_of_47_borderlands_2_shift_codes_that_still/
  4. We have one: http://pcgamingwiki.com/wiki/PC_Troubleshooting Feel free to add on to it.
  5. 1. Well, all the text on all the pages should be in English ('cept individual user pages perhaps). 2. I think a tenable policy is that we would greatly prefer an English language screenshot over those of other languages, but a different language screenshot is more informative than no screenshot at all.
  6. You mention Windows 7. Since they're older and less resource intensive, might be worth trying them out in Windows XP mode.
  7. I'm cautiously optimistic I guess. If Mark can keep to his word and not micromanage it, then perhaps it can still flourish. I was sad to hear that Notch nixed the minecraft version of the rift.
  8. PCGamingWiki: Unbreaking your games Since 2012. PCGamingWiki: The Wiki : The Forum PCGamingWiki 2: Electric Bugaloo PCGamingWiki: Fixing games for everyone, even Mac users PCGamingWiki: Now Tux Friendly PCGamingWiki: More game fixes than you can shake a stick at. PCGamingWiki: Let us help you. PCGamingWiki: Good Site, Such Help, Many Fixes PCGamingWiki: We can make even BF4 run better. PCGamingWiki: Gamer Tested, Kotaku Approved PCGamingWiki: Check out our Blog! Or the Forums! PCGamingWiki: Even bigger than sliced bread. PCGamingWiki: It's kind of a big deal. PCGamingWiki: More h
  9. Agreed with Garrett. They should go on the individual files' page, not on the articles proper.
  10. I don't really have the time for this now, but i may be interested in April.
  11. It's amazing how far we've come in two years. With Andy's great idea, JRWR's mad admin skills and a massive group of volunteers we've made this site into something quite cool and helpful. Go Team!
  12. Owing to the lack of response for nearly a year, and the fact that someone reported this(?) I think it's safe to lock this. Plus piracy...
  13. Have you tried forcing the games in a window via DxWn, or setting your screen to run in 16bit colors: http://forums.steampowered.com/forums/showthread.php?t=965494 http://forums.steampowered.com/forums/archive/index.php/t-2219928.html
  14. Have you run an antivirus/antispyware scan? I'd recommend Spybot Search and Destroy, Malwarebytes, Windows Defender/Microsoft Security Essentials, and AVG antivirus.
  15. Apologies, I missed the third I, and was looking for info for Final Fantasy 7.
  16. From what I've read, it seems that originally the game used the original midi files, but most sounds cards these days didn't have some of the soundfonts and so the computer changed up the instruments and therefore the sounds sounded different. There was an update in September of 2013 that came out that changed the music to PSX quality, but I'm not entirely sure what that means.
  17. I think to cut down on stubs, vendor specific utilities should be put under the Nvidia or AMD GPU articles. Same for alternate drivers for graphics cards. We should make a sound card article (if we don't have one already) and put appropriate alternative drivers there. I think the installation guide would be best done per article, as then they can be more tailored to particular drivers instead of more generalized.
  18. Being part of the herd, and not feeling particularly verbose this morning, I'd have to say Bioshock Infinite and Tomb Raider.
  19. Agreed. Would probably be best to add it to the http://pcgamingwiki.com/wiki/Nvidia page, but I could see it be worth a separate page itself.
  20. Again, another feature that is handy, but in no way aids in getting a PC game to run/run better. Do we want to become a general PC gaming wiki? Or continue to just focus on getting games to run?
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