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chrisnottm
01-07-2009, 03:32 AM
Not sure if it's entirely possible with the amount of bandwidth it might use...
What if x360a affiliated(right word?) with Trueachievements.com?

So next to the 'actual' gamerscore value it'd have the TA score next to it, automatically updating the change in score.

And obviously the TA would do something with the 'guides' attached to each individual achievement on the site.

This would mean that people that use this site will go and visit that one, and people from that site come here. More traffic for everyone.


Just a thought :p be nice lol.

Evil Demon55
01-07-2009, 04:41 AM
More traffic for TA in my opinion. x360a would get like 100 new people while they get over 1,000... I like the idea, but I do not like TA scoring system, it makes no sense and it confuses me.

chrisnottm
01-07-2009, 04:52 AM
More traffic for TA in my opinion. x360a would get like 100 new people while they get over 1,000... I like the idea, but I do not like TA scoring system, it makes no sense and it confuses me.

Haha i think a little more than 100 people will click on an x360a guide link :p

The scoring (i think), works by making the score go up if not many people have the achievement (Master Ninja - Ninja Gaiden 2), and stays the same if A LOT of people have it (press start, The Simpsons).

jorGe62990
01-07-2009, 05:36 AM
More traffic for TA in my opinion. x360a would get like 100 new people while they get over 1,000... I like the idea, but I do not like TA scoring system, it makes no sense and it confuses me.
Then why do you have a True Achievements gamer card in your signature?

The Pants Party
01-07-2009, 05:42 AM
If they added their feature to our site, no one would ever GO to their site. I honestly doubt either side would even want that kind of partnership, let alone as you mentioned the extra bandwidth it would be eating at our site for something that really isn't what we're about. We're about the actual gamerscore, not the make-believe kind. ;)

chrisnottm
01-07-2009, 06:12 AM
Haha I never thought of it like that.
Oh well eh :p