Import Previously Entered Data from Full Title entries into DLC/Addons, Bundles, Expansions, Versions etc.
Something that can become rather repetitive and even prevent users from adding all the Add-ons for a given title is repetitively entering the same data points over and over.
It would be extremely helpful if you set an entry to be an Addon, Expansion, Version or other relevant entry to copy all data relevant data from the original title.
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Ex. LittleBigPlanet8 votes
Hey! Excellent suggestion, in fact we have something very similar in our Backlog already, with a ‘inherit data from parent’ feature.
It’s just at an idea stage for now, but we’ll look into planning in in accordance with our roadmap as soon as possible.
If a title is listed as an Episode (a game that continues a core story released in stages and/or uses the same game save data), it does not list the other Episodes in the series as Bundles or Expansions do. Currently, you can only link to a single title, and there is no means of stepping to the previous or next Episode.
a) .hack//Infection Part 1, .hack//Mutation Part 2, .hack//Outbreak Part 3, .hack//Quarantine Part 4
b) Virtually all Telltale games.4 votes
This is actually in the backlog and already prioritised.
We’re looking at implementing a fresh way of displaying Additional Content on game pages, which would include Episodes.
There is already a wealth of video types one can choose from when uploading a video related to a game, but commercials for a game are not included. These commercials often give an insight into the culture of the era in which the game was released, or occasionally have some lore or culture of their own.2 votes
Good news! We discussed this internally, and thought it would indeed be a great addition!
We’ll be adding a new category for our videos labeled Commercial Trailer.
We’ll be in touch once it’s done and live! Thanks again for the suggestion :)
This one I never really considered until I came across multiple good examples, and they are a step above Tiger Electronics games.
Plug-and-Play TV Games, or Handheld TV Games were cheap, "toy-isle" games that hooked up directly to a TV to play one-off titles, coming with a cheap controller or even a light-gun.
I wouldn't look to add each and every one as a Platform, but a generic "Plug-and-Play" Platform like the legacy Mobile Platform could help give these a Platform to live on.1 vote
We looked into this and thought it was a good fit for sure. We might end up tackling this at the same time as better handling of similar platforms such as Tiger electronics.
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