lurkio wrote:whether you could also change the banner
That should be relatively easy to do so long as everyone is happy with the text you suggest. I don't have an opinion really, though I do see what you are saying.
Arcadian wrote:... the shorter and catchier the better ... The titles of websites shouldn't have to descriptive - Stardot is a good example. Which do you think are the better titles - 'Lemon 64' vs 'Lemon Commodore 64', 'World of Spectrum' vs 'World of Sinclair ZX Spectrum' etc.
BigEd wrote:The important thing is to be found by search engines - a descriptive title is a big win there.
pau1ie wrote:I don't think palace of magic adds anything.
pau1ie wrote:No search benefit .. Doesn't really describe what's going on.
pau1ie wrote:But I don't care that much.
pau1ie wrote:I'm not sure how stable links are on the BBC website. Maybe I should just link to the main page. What do you think?
lurkio wrote:"Palace of Magic" was only an example.
Arcadian wrote:Hmm .. Stairway To Hell contained all manner of content - not just games but utils, music clips, hardware reviews, magazine scans etc ... Whilst the Complete BBC Games Archive is ... well, a complete BBC games archive. Nothing more, nothing less. It does exactly as it says on the tin and now that the original scope has now been met I really don't see any point in adding a token title like POM (or similar).
Arcadian wrote:... the shorter and catchier the better ... The titles of websites shouldn't have to descriptive - Stardot is a good example.
Arcadian wrote: it would be really good if there was still a clearly-visible way to display the newer games
Arcadian wrote:o avoid the same 'random' game being loaded again