Where's the Games List? What Games were Added?

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Essobie
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Where's the Games List? What Games were Added?

Post by Essobie » Thu Apr 29, 2010 7:25 pm

http://www.naturalpoint.com/trackir/03- ... s-all.html

The link to it works, but it doesn't look like the games show up.

More importantly, my TrackIR 5 software said there were "Game Updates" but there's nothing to show me what games were added. Any chance we could get a link or something to developer notes for the software?

VincentG
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Re: Where's the Games List? What Games were Added?

Post by VincentG » Fri Apr 30, 2010 9:40 am

Thank you for the website issue, I will have the web team look at it.

As far as what games are added, or become public, I am not aware of a list release date on the games.

Birch
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Re: Where's the Games List? What Games were Added?

Post by Birch » Fri Apr 30, 2010 2:14 pm

The most recent titles added to the game list are :
* Flaming Cliffs 2
* Evochron Mercenary

We will look in to providing notification about what games were added for a given game list update.

Essobie
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Re: Where's the Games List? What Games were Added?

Post by Essobie » Sat May 01, 2010 8:39 pm

I think the game updates thing is pretty important for you on the business side. What better way to get developers to include support for TrackIR than to tell them that your actual profiler software defaults to telling users about new products that support it. This would essentially be free advertising for new games, many of which most gamers will never hear of otherwise.

Case in point, I have no idea what Flaming Cliffs 2 is, and I only have a basic knowledge of the Evochron series because of the Games List on the Natural Point website!

I love this product and I'd love for more people to learn how great it is, but in order for that to happen on wide scale there's got to be killer applications that not just sim-playing neckbeards like myself are going to want to play that support head tracking.

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