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Thread: Gaming section in TweakTown?




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    Let me start of by saying, I love TweakTown; I get all my entertainment infomation from TT. But have you guys thought of something like gaming.tweaktown.com devoted COMPLETLY to gaming. I do not know about your following (how many hits a day...) but I think a section just devoted to gaming can help. What most people do on a computer is game, yes some people use mp3 editing, video editing, TV capture, just internet funcions, school reports, and other misc functions but a lot of people use computers to game. So why not add a section to TT just for gaming to increase numbers and inform the public? There shouldn't be any hardware reviews (that can be just for TT) but software reviews/game reviews, tweaks, tips and cheats (not hacks cheats...there is a difference.) What do you think???
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    I've gone too far and need to move on!

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    Uh I mean a real section as in on the webpage, I bet you 1 outta every 20 users actuallys goes in the forums here...and thats not devoted to games because, truthfully...I dont see too much for what I am expecting
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    Maybe its just me, but the game section would cover only few games, and it would have to be updated a lot!
    That would take away from everything else that TT is doing.
    Maybe unless you're willing to do it all for free?

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    Who wouldn't volunteer, I mean just the basic, game updates (patches demos etc) tips and tricks guides on how to tweak the game (for better performance) and review of games, maybe review of keyboards and mice and crap like that [not really important] just an idea...any other "problems" you find with this?
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    Actually we have almost gone ahead with TT Gamer a couple times but for several reasons it didn't.

    We are still working on it but would rather wait and do it properly than make some type of rush job.
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    Quote Originally Posted by t00lb0x
    Who wouldn't volunteer, I mean just the basic, game updates (patches demos etc) tips and tricks guides on how to tweak the game (for better performance) and review of games, maybe review of keyboards and mice and crap like that [not really important] just an idea...any other "problems" you find with this?
    I thought I saw couple reviews of mouse pads and such.

    I am all for the game section, although I really dont play them much.

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    If you want to download demos and stuff, there already is a quite of few gaming sites in the net... :rolleyes: :rolleyes:

    :cheers: :cheers:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Tweak
    Actually we have almost gone ahead with TT Gamer a couple times but for several reasons it didn't.

    We are still working on it but would rather wait and do it properly than make some type of rush job.
    Yeah because its a good idea :D BUt what were some reasons why you didn't do it?
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    time
    staff
    money
    have something to do with it?
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    All of the above.
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