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authorYorhel <git@yorhel.nl>2009-05-22 15:27:28 +0200
committerYorhel <git@yorhel.nl>2009-05-22 15:27:28 +0200
commit2374ac1bedea35de3b54d31b1b18a0e1e90ae89a (patch)
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parentaaf5fba44b029ed83f290e6d4c5b9ed872d504b5 (diff)
Updated d3 with information about catalog number and resolution fields
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of the product. Often called "JAN" for Japanese releases, "UPC" for USA and Canada
and "EAN" for Europe. The system will automatically detect the type from the code and
use the appropriate term on the release page.
+ </dd><dt>Catalog number</dt><dd>
+ Catalog number as assigned by the producer. Often used to identify releases on
+ webshops, and can usually be found somewhere on the packaging of the product.
</dd><dt>Official website</dt><dd>
URL of the official homepage for this product.
</dd><dt>Release date</dt><dd>
@@ -51,6 +54,8 @@
</dd><dt>Age rating</dt><dd>
The minimum age rating for the release. On most releases, this is specified on the
packaging or on product web pages.
+ </dd><dt>Resolution</dt><dd>
+ Primary/native screen resolution of the game.
</dd><dt>Notes</dt><dd>
Anything miscellaneous and useful.
Generally, extras (but not preorder bonuses) and progress information go here.