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Nocmin Curator Posts: 132 Registered: 11/6/2016
# 126 - Posted on 7/10/2020 0:17:56

Chronicles of Teddy: Harmony of Exidus : https://www.completionator.com/Game/Details/33863
Finding Teddy II : https://www.completionator.com/Game/Details/10456
are the same game, under different titles, depending on when/where/how it was published.

For example, it was originally named FT2 on Windows, but then they changed it to CoT:HoE.
Then, for the physical edition (at least the European one I got), they called it Finding Teddy II: Definitive Edition.

Looked into it a little. Seems PS4/XBONE/PC stuck with Chronicles, but they went back to Finding Teddy 2 for the Switch release? Ok.

I'll add the secondary name to each version we have in the db for now.

Wikipedia page with some mention of the name change:

Steam Store page where the OST dlc title had not been changed:

There are a few posts on their Facebook page from early 2016 which indicate this as well.

Post Edited on 7/10/2020 3:32:39
moho_00 Curator Backer Posts: 5196 Registered: 6/10/2011
# 127 - Posted on 7/13/2020 1:36:33

@HiMyNameIsPip - That one should be added now! Just a heads-up that we have a thread dedicated for adding new games (that one is monitored a little more frequently): https://www.completionator.com/Forum/PostList/6?page=145

@StygianHawk - That should be fixed up now!

@Nocmin - I'll have to think on that one, we've ran into situations similar to this in the past and I want to be consistent.

StygianHawk Posts: 4 Registered: 2/7/2020
# 128 - Posted on 7/19/2020 20:47:53

@moho_00 Thanks for fixing the FFXV: Windows Edition.

I found similar missing information for
The Last of Us: Remastered - https://www.completionator.com/Game/Details/6436
which contains
The Last of Us: Left Behind - https://www.completionator.com/Game/Details/34544

moho_00 Curator Backer Posts: 5196 Registered: 6/10/2011
# 129 - Posted on 7/24/2020 18:13:41

@StygianHawk - The Last of Us: Remastered has been converted to a compilation!

Cheesyben Posts: 137 Registered: 12/31/2018
# 130 - Posted on 9/16/2020 20:50:18

Spider-Man Miles Morales has just been announced to have a PS4 version and Fortnite has been announced for the PS5.

Cheesyben Posts: 137 Registered: 12/31/2018
# 131 - Posted on 9/19/2020 16:51:02

Attack On Titan (https://www.completionator.com/Game/Details/27724) is known as A.O.T Wings Of Freedom in PAL regions and Attack On Titan 2 (https://www.completionator.com/Game/Details/39700) is known as A.O.T 2 in PAL regions.

elko84 Curator Backer Posts: 330 Registered: 5/6/2017
# 132 - Posted on 9/24/2020 0:51:06

@Cheesyben - Spider-Man: Miles Morales and Fortnite are both in the database. There is no "incorrect data" because neither the PS4 or PS5 versions of those games have been released. So if you're wanting the game page to show "Available on: PlayStation 5", it technically isn't yet cause it's not out. This does not prevent you from adding it to your wishlist and selecting which platform you will want it on.

The Attack on Titan games have been updated.

Post Edited on 9/24/2020 1:12:31
moho_00 Curator Backer Posts: 5196 Registered: 6/10/2011
# 133 - Posted on 9/24/2020 3:08:43

We do have a way to associate platforms without release dates, but the way I have the curator functionality designed right now it's not the most intuitive flow and @elko84 (and other curators) probably weren't aware of it. I've since added some clarification to the team so we can support Spider-Man: Miles Morales, Fortnite, and other upcoming releases

Cheesyben Posts: 137 Registered: 12/31/2018
# 134 - Posted on 10/31/2020 16:43:45

Mobile Suit Gundam Crossfire is also known as Mobile Suit Gundam Target In Sight in Europe and Kidou Senshi Gundam Target In Sight in Japan.

moho_00 Curator Backer Posts: 5196 Registered: 6/10/2011
# 135 - Posted on 10/31/2020 18:43:35

@Cheesyben - That one should be fixed up now!

loomdog32 Posts: 37 Registered: 11/11/2019
# 136 - Posted on 12/9/2020 0:16:46

Had a couple questions regarding some games...

"Sweet Home" and "Sweet Home (NES Translation)"
Isn't that the same game?

Also, the NES Classic series and Super Mario Advance series.
I was surprised to see these pop up in the database...

moho_00 Curator Backer Posts: 5196 Registered: 6/10/2011
# 137 - Posted on 12/9/2020 3:23:15

I'm not too familiar with Sweet Home, but I agree that those two entries seem redundant.

The Super Mario Advance definitely warrant separate entries since they were treated more as remakes than ports (though admittedly they are all very similar to the original releases.)

The NES Classic series is a little murkier, but it does meet our criteria for splitting them out. The general rule of thumb is that if the developer / publisher treats it as a separate release, we follow suit. Some other examples where we've split things out would be Mass Effect 3: Special Edition and Batman: Arkham City - Armored Edition for Wii U and The Lost World: Jurassic Park - Special Edition for PS1 (which was the Greatest Hits release, but it actually contains new content and some gameplay tweaks..mostly to make it easier since that game was insanely difficult!)

Post Edited on 12/9/2020 3:24:00
w00tzorz656 Backer Posts: 21 Registered: 10/22/2020
# 138 - Posted on 1/1/2021 22:24:55

I noticed that Croc 2 (Gameboy) and Croc 2 (Playstation and PC) are considered the same game. This a pain when trying to assign difficulty or ratings since those two games are wildly different.
However Croc 1 seems to be correct as the Gameboy version actually has a different name Croc (Gameboy) vs Croc: Legend of the Gobbos (Saturn and PS1)

Post Edited on 1/1/2021 22:25:26
moho_00 Curator Backer Posts: 5196 Registered: 6/10/2011
# 139 - Posted on 1/5/2021 3:21:21

Generally speaking, we don't split out entries across platforms when they all have the same name. We actually used to do that, but it turns into a nightmare to support some of the site features. That being said, I do plan on eventually allowing difficulty and ratings to be platform-specific as that's definitely an important piece. The challenge is we use those scores all over the site and it will take some work to fix them all up. One day though, I hope!

w00tzorz656 Backer Posts: 21 Registered: 10/22/2020
# 140 - Posted on 1/5/2021 9:12:21

That does make sense, thanks for clarifying.

In the other thread I message you about Furi's Collector Edition and I believe I have the cover right here:

Cover: https://i.ibb.co/80Rcnn5/image.png

And here is some proof that is what the actual cover looks like for verification:

Verification: https://www.ebay.com/itm/Furi-Collectors-Edition-Nintendo-Switch-Limited-Run-Games-14/184578252327?hash=item2af9b89e27:g:MJEAAOSw~mxf1aNb

moho_00 Curator Backer Posts: 5196 Registered: 6/10/2011
# 141 - Posted on 1/8/2021 13:04:09

Furi should be fixed up now. When I looked into it the other day, I kept seeing stuff about the Definitive Edition, so I needed to do some more research since I'm not too familiar with the game. I ended up adding Definitive Edition as a separate entry since it appears to include the DLC.

lordclyde Curator Backer Posts: 40 Registered: 9/7/2017
# 142 - Posted on 1/11/2021 7:27:24

@moho_00 I moved the VGPC data and physical releases for Furi (including collector's edition) over to definitive edition since that seems to be what all physical editions are anyway. Also fixed it since you had "Collector's Edition" as the game's alias ; )

ekonroth Posts: 64 Registered: 1/11/2019
# 143 - Posted on 3/29/2021 8:40:29

SSIs "Pool of Radiance" is listed as "Advanced Dungeons & Dragons: Pool of Radiance", while all the other titles of the series ("Curse of the Azure Bonds", "Secret of the Silver Blades", "Pools of Darkness") and all other "AD&D"-games do not have the "Advanced Dungeons and Dragons" prefix.
It would be very handy to have the name simply changed to "Pool of Radiance".

BlackPika Posts: 7 Registered: 12/14/2020
# 144 - Posted on 4/13/2021 10:39:49

I know this is quite minor, but the game 'Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons' is in the categories of 'Co-Op' and 'Local Multiplayer'.
Having played the game, the chore mechanic is that you as the player control both characters using a controller (one with each analog stick). The characters co-op with each other, but they are controlled by a single controller. So, it is actually a single player game.

Post Edited on 4/13/2021 11:18:48