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#1 Posted by datarez (540 posts) -

Awesome work duders. o7

#2 Posted by datarez (540 posts) -

@audiobusting: I'm glad to see it wasn't just me that's using it as RPG keeper. :) Galaxy can't come fast enough for me.

I bought it on Steam thinking I'd use the home streaming to my laptop, but I should have just gotten on GOG.

#3 Edited by datarez (540 posts) -

@datarez said:

Also, on the UPFs they feature a lot of games. I wish the games were tagged in the show notes to the wiki. The wiki has been a bit forgotten. If I stumble across a game in the wiki it'd be cool watch video on it. I've seen the staff reference wikipedia when looking up a game so much more than their own wiki.]

I wish this was the case but currently a video can only be attached to one wiki page and it would require an overhaul on how that stuff works to change that.

So I was browsing the wiki and it looks like this is in now. UPFs and the collection shows are showing up. I was browsing for Divinity and found the UPF and then wondered if it was just the new show. So I checked StarForge and it shows older UPFs as well. Only one game shows in the top box under the video though when you view the UPF from the videos page.

Thanks to the top men that added this!

#4 Posted by datarez (540 posts) -

I love the site, subscribe, will keep subscribing and do want to see more content. I notice there is a lack of focused content and how to find that content when it's there. I put this in the survey a little while back, but when there are features like the Souls runs or the DMC run they should be easily watchable as a show. Right now it's really difficult, if not impossible, to go back and watch them in order from of the list of all videos without a browser add-on. (Which I'd rather the site do, since I don't run Chrome as my primary browser.)

Also, on the UPFs they feature a lot of games. I wish the games were tagged in the show notes to the wiki. The wiki has been a bit forgotten. If I stumble across a game in the wiki it'd be cool watch video on it. I've seen the staff reference wikipedia when looking up a game so much more than their own wiki.

QLs are entertaining, but almost the filler for me to the good dumb stuff the site is best at. The produced video content the site (when they do it) is super good. I hope GB can get to do more of that. @dannyodwyer and Andy are raising the bar with what they're doing on that front over at Gamespot and I hope GB can do that too.

Props to @patrickklepek for keeping original text and video content flowing on GB.

#5 Posted by datarez (540 posts) -

Happy to welcome the new duders to the GB family. Sounds like we should get a new feature called "Jason's Dojo" where he teaches Brad how to beat Jeff at Street Fighter.

@rorie Thanks for your honest replies on some weird business stuff in this thread and elsewhere.

#6 Edited by datarez (540 posts) -

So all the Mercedes dominated races are now races where I walk in and out of the room now vs before when I would watch every lap.

#7 Posted by datarez (540 posts) -

I just want to add to the chorus that Brad did a great job. This new "host Brad" is a lot better than "sleepy Brad."

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#9 Edited by datarez (540 posts) -

That Bossman episode was really good. I go to GT for him and Pach regularly. Then also for their event coverage. Their website and app has been technically a mess for a while unfortunately. Hope everyone lands on their feet.

#10 Posted by datarez (540 posts) -

Yep, looks like you're right there. Taking the main+extras times from howlongtobeat.com it comes in around 44 hours for all 4. Plus there's hopefully some extra content in the new spartan stuff that's supposed to tie the games together.

I still haven't jumped for a Xbox One but a really sweet (read: cheap) bundle with this game might make it an attractive pickup.