|It should be easier than ever to work on review projects.|
I've made a few minor tweaks to the Site Statistics pages on the site. You can access them whenever you like from the Users area, as always. They now break down the information a bit differently than they did in the past.
Previously, the page listed all games in one big chart. That approach tended to be useful in some respects, but it's not super practical for most purposes I had in mind when I originally built the page. I decided it would be helpful if games are sorted by region.
This latest revision means that if you decide you want to (for example) help make sure that the site has reviews posted for all TurboGrafx-16 games released in North America, you can quickly determine which games still haven't been covered. And of course, the same is true if you instead want to provide cover art or screenshots and such.
Quick statistics now appear at the top of individual system pages, as well, so you can tell at a glance how many reviews have been posted for games on that system.
The site doesn't see enough activity these days for me to believe there's much chance that any ambitious completion projects will ever actually be completed, but if that situation ever changes, it's reassuring to know that the framework is in place. This admittedly unexciting post is mostly just a reminder that if you're sitting around and thinking "Hmm, I'd like to review a retro game but I'd rather not cover one that others have covered," it's easy to get ideas within seconds. And of course, I'm always happy to give you suggestions if you're wondering what to cover next. You know where to reach me!
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