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#1 Edited by void (96 posts) -
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Google Chrome 26.0.1410.3

Windows 7 64-bits

Unless A:CM really got 0 stars? ;-)

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#2 Posted by DaMisterChief (612 posts) -

why would you re size it like this

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#3 Posted by JaredA (849 posts) -

why would you re size it like this

That is the first thing I thought when I saw that image...

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#4 Posted by Video_Game_King (36565 posts) -

I don't see what's wrong with this image.

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#5 Posted by eccentrix (1938 posts) -

That looks cool. I want a Giant Bomb bar on my desktop.

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#6 Edited by void (96 posts) -

I'm just testing out the new responsive design. It's supposed to handle cases like this to work on phones and tablets. Just thought I should report it.

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#7 Posted by Justin258 (13896 posts) -
@void said:

I'm just testing out the new responsive design. It's supposed to handle cases like this to work on phones and tablets. Just thought I should report it.

It isn't laid out the same on phones and tablets, though.

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#8 Edited by KamasamaK (2491 posts) -

@believer258: That's the point of responsive design.

Anyway, the reason is that they are using the image below for all ratings and using CSS positioning based on which rating. When reduced to that size the visible portion of the image changes to be closer to the bottom.

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EDIT: On a side note, I think it's interesting that the image even has 0 stars on the bottom since Giant Bomb's lowest score is 1 star.

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#9 Edited by Snail (8837 posts) -

@kamasamak

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EDIT: On a side note, I think it's interesting that the image even has 0 stars on the bottom since Giant Bomb's lowest score is 1 star.

Hm. I wonder if they deliberately made that decision, or if it was more of a "just in case a game this shitty comes along". In any case, it's certainly proof that Alex had his say on the new design.