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Ys Origin for PS4 and more importantly, the Switch version, is nowhere to be found in the database. Can vgchartz team fix this? I want to add it to my collection.



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https://www.vgchartz.com/games/gameadd.php



Thank you



I am a Nintendo fanatic.

Speaking of the database, why can't we add publishers that aren't on a list?

My account is 13 years old and I can't do anything without it needing approval or even contacting mods...



theDX said:

Speaking of the database, why can't we add publishers that aren't on a list?

My account is 13 years old and I can't do anything without it needing approval or even contacting mods...

Yeah - I've been thinking on this, as the GameDB approval system is over 10yrs old at this point and could use a bit of a revamp. At the very least, we could implement a "reputation" type of system - somebody that's been on the site a long time, or has a large number of forum posts, or a high rate of comment approval, or some combination of these and others - allow people with high reputations the ability to approve their own updates, or even direct updates to the database and bypassing the queue system altogether...

...it's on my mind - just a lot on my plate at the moment.



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OP forgot to mention the real most important version, the Xbox one.



theDX said:

Speaking of the database, why can't we add publishers that aren't on a list?

My account is 13 years old and I can't do anything without it needing approval or even contacting mods...

Which ones do you need?

Just shoot me a PM and you will have them in the next 24 hours.



TalonMan said:
theDX said:

Speaking of the database, why can't we add publishers that aren't on a list?

My account is 13 years old and I can't do anything without it needing approval or even contacting mods...

Yeah - I've been thinking on this, as the GameDB approval system is over 10yrs old at this point and could use a bit of a revamp. At the very least, we could implement a "reputation" type of system - somebody that's been on the site a long time, or has a large number of forum posts, or a high rate of comment approval, or some combination of these and others - allow people with high reputations the ability to approve their own updates, or even direct updates to the database and bypassing the queue system altogether...

...it's on my mind - just a lot on my plate at the moment.

would it be possible to create a log so those select people can update the database. but the admins can at a time convenient to them reference the log to look for those edits and take any further action if needed.



mjk45 said:
TalonMan said:

Yeah - I've been thinking on this, as the GameDB approval system is over 10yrs old at this point and could use a bit of a revamp. At the very least, we could implement a "reputation" type of system - somebody that's been on the site a long time, or has a large number of forum posts, or a high rate of comment approval, or some combination of these and others - allow people with high reputations the ability to approve their own updates, or even direct updates to the database and bypassing the queue system altogether...

...it's on my mind - just a lot on my plate at the moment.

would it be possible to create a log so those select people can update the database. but the admins can at a time convenient to them reference the log to look for those edits and take any further action if needed.

Probably. We already maintain the data of what's being updated by each user for the purpose of doling out the VG$, so it would just be a matter of creating the option for DBAdmin to review a specific user's updates...