A quick gander through the most recent threads didn't turn up anything similar, so I'm just going to go ahead and post here with this oddity.
The above two screenshots were taken from a Google Chrome window, and those funky lines seem to show up across all pages on the site. Running Version 22.0.1229.91 beta-m of Google Chrome with Windows 7 Professional. I'm posting this from Firefox 14.0.1 (where I'm incidentally having no such issues), because every time I tried to upload the screenshots with Chrome my internet would randomly disconnect (but that's a totally unrelated problem that I need to solve elsewhere, obviously).
Just wanted to be helpful and let any top men watching this forum know. The lines may be funky, but I prefer my Giant Bomb to be funky-line-less.
A little late to the party, I know, but I picked this up a few weeks ago and adore it. I only have the two multiplayer achievements left to go, so is anyone out there interested in some friendly competition on mutually-owned songs? Or hell, even posting some recommendations for songs that produces interesting charts would be welcome as well.
@Baillie: Yeah, that's what I figured. I do most of my gaming on my PS3, so I never had a whole lot of experience with anything on the 360 side of things. Eh, oh well. It's not that big a deal, just a big nuisance and a reminder to always do research prior to doing something you've never done before.
@AlisterCat: Alright, thanks for the clarification on that. I had a feeling it had to do with transferring between console and PC, but I wasn't certain.
@Baillie: That's correct. I had created a Live profile at some point in the last couple years (I think to pick up some game for free as a promotion), and that's the tag that's being used on the new console.
@sixpin: @FritzDude: I've attempted to do the license transfer, but it doesn't appear to have worked. The profile the saves were tied to was offline, and that console had never been connected to the internet, so there's no gamertag to recover. The console also won't let me copy or move the files to a USB drive to take back to the original console (which I still have out and is sitting beside me now that I'm having these issues). If I can't solve this through the console, is my next step to call Microsoft support?
I had a 360 for the longest time (an old Arcade model) that was never hooked up to the internet due to no wireless and the router not being remotely nearby. I picked up a new 360 just recently, which thankfully now can be hooked up to the internet, and is at present. I had plugged in the new hard drive to the old Xbox and moved all of the saves I wanted to keep (the primary one of which was my Mass Effect 2 save, which was prepped and ready for import to ME3). Since my first 360 was an offline one, the profile was as well, and I guess at some point in the intervening years I must have physically created one through the website, and signed in with this new one. Being stupid, and thinking for some reason that it should work just like a PC, since the saves were on the HDD which was now hooked up to the new box I figured I could just delete the old profile.
...clearly I was wrong, since I'm encountering the dreaded "Unknown Profile" tag on all of my saves. Am I totally boned, or is there some way that I can fix my error?
And barring that, is there anyway I can perhaps replicate my save (with all the ME1 and ME2 decisions) so that I can at least finish FemShep's story the way I began it? I seem to recall Brad speaking about hacking together an import save in preparation for ME3 on a Bombcast leading up to ME3's release, but I don't remember what exactly came of it.