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  1. I'd only consider subpages for games that released in a horrible state and almost need a fixes wiki in their own right. If the Grand Theft Auto San Andreas article is an indication.
  2. Eggerland / Adventures of Lolo has a few PC games. They've got to be obscure, even the fan remake has been lost for years. Seriously?
  3. OK. This will take more research. Civilization: Call to Power notes that the DVD release includes extra content. The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King has a DVD edition with some bonuses, as well as an additional disc in the Dell collector's edition. I haven't confirmed whether their extras are the same.
  4. World Series Baseball 96 is one of those curiously Asian only games featuring American MLB teams and players. (Konami's MLB Power Pros also has untranslated entries) It feels as if companies weren't quite sure what to make of the success of Windows 95 and tried everything for a while.
  5. How much detail should be added about physical special or limited editions? Axion Verge has a fancy IndieBox release, and a standard GameTrust release. ReCore's US retail version doesn't include the European limited artbook or soundtrack. I understand irrelevant doodads like figurines, etc are outside the scope of PCGW, except feelies required for gameplay. As awesome as owning a box set of Falcom CDs would be. (Ys The Oath in Felghana went above and beyond)
  6. Something is fishy here. This similar topic was a year ago. https://community.pcgamingwiki.com/topic/4079-versionseditions-table/
  7. Taxonomy gives a wealth of detail in very few words. The theme, controls, and stuff, matter a lot whether I'll enjoy a game. Simple notes go a long way. For instance I appreciate knowing when extras (soundtracks, wallpapers, etc) are included that aren't already clarified in the usual places like the game's store page or boxart.
  8. What's the difference between the (delisted) Windows 10 version and the Steam version? I'm aware the game (obviously) had touch controls on mobile. Was that available for desktop PCs sporting a touch monitor? It would also appear more languages were included. The Microsoft Store mentions Chinese, Russian, Japanese and Korean, none of which are on Steam. Except I can't confirm their presence with the game gone. https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/p/ducktales-remastered/9nblgggxwkcv?activetab=pivot:overviewtab
  9. Alright. Adding notes to the games' articles works for me.
  10. In 2013, a separate Japanese PC version of FF7 was released. It appears to be the 2012 version besides language and the activation system (it's not a Steam game). Has anything else been changed we should know about? I'd rather ask before trying to explain this in an article based on info in a language I don't read. https://store.jp.square-enix.com/category/DL01/SEDL_1010.html Edit: I also found non-Steam downloadable FF8. http://www.jp.square-enix.com/ffviii-pc-jp/
  11. Impressive effort. The edges of the title screen look strange, since you're seeing out of bounds. The PC version has a few quirks from what I've heard. Like Pac-Man's metal transformation effect is different. FYI the Japanese localization was only for PS2.
  12. I'm trying to sort out the language support in Raiden 5. Both Steam and GOG claim Chinese text is included, except I don't see an option to enable it. Browsing through the game files, it's also plainly obvious Japanese text/audio remains (there's literally a "jpn" voice folder). This discussion topic suggests the setting ini was removed, and you may have to resort to measures such as hex editing. https://steamcommunity.com/app/570050/discussions/0/1473096694442760121/?ctp=2
  13. Version 1.1

    121 downloads

    This official patch from Koei UK updates Samurai Warriors 2 to version 1.1. The description states "Improved implementation of the frame-skipping feature in order to increase frame rate and graphical performance."
  14. Character movement is more important than people give credit. Mid air control was a major contributing factor in the likes of Mario or Castlevania mechanically evolving into different franchises entirely. Donkey Kong 94 pokes fun at this. You get to play the arcade levels with Mario's new jumps and flips, and they're beatable in seconds!
  15. I suppose it's a positive side effect that the unofficial patches make the freeware version work again.
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