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16  Media / RPGFan Music Discussion / Re: RPGFan Music Podcast (Rhythm Encounter) Thread on: January 20, 2016, 01:12:10 AM
Thanks for the kind words! As much as I didn't want to reply with a shrug, I figure it's better than none - I don't use Groove (or well, have my Xbox hooked up), so I'm not sure. I'm surprised that Mitsuda and Uematsu are on there, though! That's pretty cool. And that's in North America? Hopefully there's more too - I know I tend to get surprised when I stumble across Japanese artists on the US iTunes Store. Square Enix and Sega actually have a lot of music on there, and not just from the likes of Uematsu - there's a great deal of their properties represented, even if the selection is seemingly random - such as the only Yoko Shimomura album being Live A Live, a game that didn't even release here!

So, there's my non-answer! :D But if you or anyone else has an interesting find on Groove or any other music service, be sure to let us know. You never know what you may find out there.

Speaking of final boss themes, I like this one even though it's a bit artsy as fuck.

That is so... bizarre and unsettling. It's just "off" enough that I imagine the battle itself is equally odd.
17  Site Related & More / RPGFan: Forums / Re: General "Gaming" Section? on: December 29, 2015, 11:26:57 AM
Maybe we could rename it? I think that forum is valuable to have, but "miscellaneous games" does feel somewhat secondary, if not dismissive. Maybe calling it "General Gaming" would make it feel more like a first-class forum citizen.
18  Site Related & More / RPGFan: Site / Re: D&D Preview on: October 17, 2015, 06:00:20 PM
Fixed! Thanks for not overreacting. :)
19  Site Related & More / RPGFan: Site / Re: Extremely upset with latest podcast + idea on: October 11, 2015, 10:23:31 PM
*raises hand* Nobody panders to Stephen like Mike.
20  Site Related & More / RPGFan: Site / Re: Reviews: Typo and Fact check on: September 23, 2015, 07:39:56 PM
On a similar note, you have an article mentioning Danganronpa 3 is on PS3

Do not!

....well, now. I just fixed it. Thanks for pointing it out!
21  Site Related & More / RPGFan: Site / Re: Reviews: Typo and Fact check on: September 11, 2015, 07:30:41 PM
Weird, I can't even find a story that outright says the 360 release was cancelled, but it's also not really listed anywhere as having released. The best I saw in a quick search was a Reddit thread about the first game coming to Xbox One, and someone commenting that the 360 release never happened. Must have been a quiet cancellation. Given that it's not even listed on the developer's site though, it seems to me that you're correct here, so I removed it from the 360 page.

Fixed that Dead Island score too!

Don't worry, your comments aren't annoying. I'm just glad to know people are looking at the site THIS closely to even notice this kind of thing. Feel free to share if you spot anything else! We may have to make you an honorary QA checker if this keeps up.
22  Site Related & More / RPGFan: Site / Re: The same review on multiple platforms (aka Josh being insufferable again) on: September 10, 2015, 04:37:10 PM
Well, *generally* when a game gets released on several platforms at once, you're getting the same game. When it comes to console vs. handheld vs. mobile, it varies a bit, for sure. Not usually as much as that Grandia II mess, of course, though I know the first time I played a Telltale game on my old iPad, the performance was subpar vs other platforms. (or my newer iPad)

The possible distinctions are why, under platforms on reviews, we added a "reviewed on" field, so at least you know what version we played. We feel it's still worth listing on each platform page, though, simply because the core game is going to be the same, and in most cases (say, PS3/360 releases, and usually PS4/XB1), performance will also be largely the same.

That said, were it feasible for us to review every possibly different release - at least to have general 'console,' 'PC,' and 'mobile' reviews - we likely would, but there's only so much time in the day, haha. So in the end, if we can't do that, we think it's best doing what we do, since we wouldn't want someone to visit one platform's page and assume we don't have a review at all for a game. Or force them to peck around each platform to check.

So that's my long-winded explanation. Hope that makes sense! We don't really explain this policy anywhere on the site, so this was a good question to bring up. Do let us know if you have any others. ^^
23  Site Related & More / RPGFan: Site / Re: Article: Fallout 4 Contending for RPG Throne on: September 01, 2015, 02:54:12 PM
Fixed it! Thanks for the heads-up. :)
24  Site Related & More / RPGFan: Site / Re: Andrew's editorial on: August 10, 2015, 11:59:54 AM
There's some content we post that is indeed written a fair bit before we post it. We generally don't do that with anything time-sensitive, and until this remake was announced, we considered this one "timeless," for lack of a better word. It's still about his first experience with the game, so the remake doesn't have a lot of bearing on this particular article.

If you DO want more remake talk, we posted another editorial shortly after E3 that's specific to the remake, inspired by many conversations we had during E3.
25  Site Related & More / RPGFan: Site / Re: I almost never read the main site on: August 03, 2015, 12:35:56 PM
Hey, thanks so much for saying that! We have so many people here who work hard to try and deliver exactly what you described. It's nice to hear it comes through. :)
26  The Rest / General Discussions / RPGFan Wants YOU! on: July 11, 2015, 11:02:32 PM

You may have seen this on the main site, but maybe not! If you haven't, we're looking to hire some more folks. Our last effort went exceedingly well, as it's given us the best output and biggest news staff in RPGFan's history!

We're hoping for similar success this time around, which is why we're pushing to promote this Hiring Drive so much. This time, we're seeking News Writers/Editors, Reviews Editors, and Social Media Editors. Direct application links are here, which include a basic overview of each position. I'll add a little more info below about each, as well.

News Editors
News comes from a variety of sources, such as directly from publishers, other websites, and more. As a News Editor, you'll be doing a combination of finding worthwhile news to write about, and then... writing it! If you browse our news, you'll be familiar with our typical style of news, which can be as simple as that new RPG getting a release date, or as detailed as detailed character profiles for an upcoming Atelier game.

The News team shares these duties of finding and writing stories, so there's less of a burden on any one person. We often get asked what kind of time commitment we expect, though the honest answer is "whatever you can give us," as long as you're able to contribute several times per week, and be around and active amongst the staff. News is especially demanding on time, but the more people we're able to recruit, the more we can disperse this otherwise heavy workload!

Reviews/Previews Editors
One of the most vital and well-respected sections of RPGFan is our Reviews section. We pride ourselves on our excellent review staff - past and present - and we're always seeking additional talented people to help with our perpetually-long list of RPGs to be reviewed.

Good candidates communicate ideas clearly and efficiently in writing, think critically, and can produce on average one review or preview per month.

Professional writing experience is preferred, but not required, as we have plenty of guidelines, advice, and suggestions if you're hired.

Social Media Editors
Using social media isn't new territory for us, but having dedicated people is. As much as we try to have multiple people contribute in this area, we'd much prefer someone who really knows their way around the social web to promote RPGFan and engage with... well, all of you! Our readers, and potential readers.

Ideally, we'd like to hire someone who reads the site regularly and is familiar with the titles  we cover. If you're already a forum regular too, that's a bonus, since we probably already know you!

We have more information on this position in the application itself, since this position is a little harder to pin down compared to something like "write one review per month." We're very open to new ideas in this space as well, so the duties aren't 100% set in stone, and we'd like to hear your ideas for making RPGFan more social and interactive!

That about covers it - please ask us any more questions you may have, and thanks for reading!
27  Site Related & More / RPGFan: Site / Re: I almost never read the main site on: July 11, 2015, 10:08:19 PM
I'd love to see more unique features of the site, sort of 'Top 10's' or editorials.

So would we! There's a couple things in various stages of discussion, so we're working on.... things. :)
28  Site Related & More / RPGFan: Site / Re: A few words about RPGFan's new design! on: February 21, 2015, 02:18:27 AM
I have a feeling if I actually posted around these forums more often, Dice would be following me around picketing all the green. :)
29  Site Related & More / RPGFan: Site / Re: A few words about RPGFan's new design! on: February 20, 2015, 11:36:12 PM
Thank you both!
30  Site Related & More / RPGFan: Site / Re: I have a complaint on: February 18, 2015, 02:41:35 AM
Since apparently Dice is going to want me to post in this topic annually (literally, my last post here was Feb. 17, 2014), I'll share another "what if". Behold what may have been in 2006, had a sponsorship deal actually worked out:

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