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New on GameTap

GameTap announces Republic: The Revolution and Hot Dish are the new titles on their service for subscribers. Also, Battlestations: Midway is the new game in their free area, where it will remain for the next two weeks.

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5. Re: New on GameTap Nov 14, 2009, 18:14 Lit_Reflex001
 
How haven't they been supporting their customers?  
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4. Re: New on GameTap Nov 13, 2009, 21:00 Reactor
 
Hmmm, interesting.  
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3. Re: New on GameTap Nov 13, 2009, 12:41 Deathbishop
 
Isn't that what Metaboli is for?  
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2. Re: New on GameTap Nov 13, 2009, 00:19 Reactor
 
Maybe they should consider supporting the rest of the world, like they were going to do eons ago.  
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1. Re: New on GameTap Nov 12, 2009, 20:32 Lit_Reflex001
 
I like Gametap. There's a bunch of interesting games to choose from and quite frankly it's like a warez site where you can actually get the games your looking at.

Also, they've begun adding support for X64-based systems. Initially you couldn't really do anything with a 64-bit computer, but now they've started working on supporting their proprietary code working with the WOW (Windows on Windows) 32-bit emulator layer.

It's still a work in progress though due to the fact that they apparently have to hand-code support for each individual title.

It's unusual for a company to do anything about X64-related problems. Usually people just refuse to address it.

And why shouldn't they? Who wants to divert team members from current tasks to see who wants to take a crack at figuring out how to troubleshoot with the WOW emulator and 64-bit code?

Who wants to waste money on a small group of power users who should have known better than to rely on a potentially unreliable operating system?

And who the hell wants to deal with an X64 compatibility problem as complex-sounding as this?

But when you respond to a tough technical question regarding your products usability when you don't HAVE to do anything shows that you DO support your customers better than most.
 
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