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Patch Notes: August 2014 Edition
By Cyril Lachel     |   Posted on August 30, 2014   |   Episode 2 (Show Archive)  

   
These are the patch notes for the month of August and year 2014. Below you will find a very simple list of additions and changes made to Defunct Games, in case you like to keep up on what we do around the site. Feel free to get a hold of us on Twitter if you have any questions about these notes. Thank you for taking interest in what happens at Defunct Games.

August 31: We announced this week's Review Crew theme.

August 31: Created a brand new feature called 1001 Reasons to Love Defunct Games. This article will be frequently updated with more reasons to visit Defunct Games every day.

August 30: Changed the way the game systems are listed on the front page, making it easier to read and comatible with more browsers.

brand new page for our most recent retro reviews.

August 30: Created a brand new page for our most recent retro reviews.

August 29: Created a new section on the front page that links to the brand new Commercial Break Archive and Cover Critic Archive. The images are now randomized.

August 29: Created a visual Cover Critic Archive.

August 29: Created a visual Commercial Break Archive.

August 29: Created a new section on the front page specifically for Rolling Thunder.

August 28: Created new archive options for Review Crew. Example: You can now see all of the Genesis games on one page. The same goes for companies, such as Sega, Nintendo and Konami. These will be updated every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

August 28: Created this Patch Notes page to archive the additions, changes, fixes and alterations I make to the site. These will include changes that are not reflected on the standard archive page and probably won't show up on the front page.
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