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Saturday, February 20, 2010

User Survey: PC and Mac Games

We recently added a small selection of PC games and Mac games to our site (about 200 games for each).

We can work on adding more but there are tens of thousands of PC and Mac games which is no small task to add them all. We will do it if our users are interested, but will spend the time adding other features instead if there isn't much interest.

Leave a comment below letting us know if you are interested in the PC and Mac game sections and if we should add more games to the list.

9 comments :

Anonymous said...

nah, don't waste time on PC or MAC games

Anonymous said...

I'd say only bother with the very few games that fetch more than forty dollars on a consistant basis. I doubt anyone would use the list for anything aside from top priced games...

JJ Hendricks said...

Thanks for the feedback so far. All we've added at this point are RPG's, Strategy games, and some of the more popular games. If people aren't that interested than we will just leave it at that.

Anonymous said...

I am very interested in having PC games listed here. I have been wishing they were for a while now.

Anonymous said...

I've already benefited from the PC and Mac game list as I always bring it to thrift stores (which always have PC games). You've saved me several $$ that I would have spent taking a chance on buying some.

I agree with the first post. Only post the most expensive ones and popular ones.

JJ Hendricks said...

Thanks for your input. We will work to add more of the expensive and rare games, along with the most popular ones too.

OriginMuseum said...

Please continue with the PC games listings...especially for all of the most collectible game companies such as Origin Systems, Lucas Arts, Sierra, and Infocom.

Have you ever thought of doing an article on rare PC games?

JJ Hendricks said...

OriginMuseum - we will definitely continue with the PC game list, but we need to do some changes on the backend of our site first. There are tens of thousands of PC games and we don't want the site to stop working if we add to many at once.

Great idea for a rare PC game article. We will definitely do one in the future.

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