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authorYorhel <git@yorhel.nl>2009-06-10 14:32:27 +0200
committerYorhel <git@yorhel.nl>2009-06-10 14:32:27 +0200
commit48627c2610b2851726d52a28db435363f0dd3eef (patch)
treed15e3cebd86112e77e30c16d228de99ed8fa0cc8 /data
parentf74e08f3d2665c3af5adf4d3668998ed29da275e (diff)
Clarified some things about the release format in d3
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<dt>Resolution</dt><dd>
Primary/native screen resolution of the game.
</dd><dt>Voiced</dt><dd>
- Indicates whether this release includes voice acting. <i>Fully voiced</i> indicates
- that all characters (maybe with the exeption of a few minor characters) are voiced in
- all scenes. <i>Only ero scenes voiced</i> speaks for itself, and <i>Partially voiced</i>
- should be used when there is some voice acting, but only for the main characters or only
- in some scenes.
+ Indicates whether this release includes voice acting in the VN/ADV parts of the game.
+ <i>Fully voiced</i> indicates that all characters (usually excluding the protagonist
+ and some minor characters) are voiced in all scenes. <i>Only ero scenes voiced</i>
+ speaks for itself, and <i>Partially voiced</i> should be used when there is some voice
+ acting, but only for the main characters or only in some scenes.
</dd><dt>Animation</dt><dd>
Whether the game has any animation can be specified with two seperate options: one for
the normal story mode and one for the ero scenes, if the game has any. With <i>Simple
@@ -88,6 +88,9 @@
</dd>
</dl>
<p>
+ <b>NOTE</b>: The resolution, voiced and animation fields have no meaning for patches, and
+ should be left empty for those releases.
+ <br /><br />
<b>Platform</b><br />
The platforms that the product was released for. Does not include emulated platforms
(e.g. Playstation 2 games on Playstation 3) or WINE. DVD Player refers to games playable