I would like MarinaBreak to be in the database. Could any moderators who has time create the entry and write the descriptions please?
Also, I would like to ask whether requesting DB submissions here is appropriate or not. Although I'm always posting here to make sure that all moderators or non-moderators can see my post, I'm just curious because I rarely find requests posted here and still lots of games are kept updated or added.
1 (edited by nyanchan 2017-06-26 07:34:08)
Well the process of what gets added to the db is far less formal than that, there is no request system, there is no application or similar.
The idea of the db is to be as complete a list of accessible games as humanly possible, so stuff tends to get added as and when the staff have the time to do so and are able to.
On the plus side, this does mean if a developer requests that her/his game gets added to the db it reminds us the game is out there and something needs doing about it .
so if you could please post download and webpage links for MarinaBreak, I'll be glad to have a look at the game, indeed I will confess that this slightly slipped under my radar which is possibly why it hasn't! been added to the db up to yet.
Hi Dark. Thank you for your quick response!
Here's the direct download link of the game:
Thanks for that. I'll be a little busy up until next week but should be able to have a look at the game then if one of our other staff doesn't beat me to it.
Thank you Dark! I've just checked the entry!
I also plan to do a separate entry for our great adventure aka the English version of Bockerano Daibuken once I have myself tried the game.
our great adventure is nothing but bk3 with a english translation so no Tools and the like required to play,for English speaking understanding players. still I'd like to read your views on the game once you get playing it.
The justification for doing a separate page for the game is that people who do not fancy all the shenanigans with Japanese translation software probably would not look up the game if it is currently listed with its Japanese title and under the "Japanese games" genre, particularly given it is third in a series.
On the other hand, If it has it's own page and appears under "rpgs" then it's likely to be more widely noticed, plus I would like to highlight the work people have done in translating the game and encourage support for the project since it is something I certainly do appreciate.