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Posted on Oct 4th 2011 at 05:55:31 PM by (Crabmaster2000)
Posted under RFGen Thanks, Submissions, Approvals, Images, Data, Scans

Isnt September supposed to be busier for most people than August? Apparently not the case here at RFGen, since you guys nearly doubled the submissions of the previous month. We were just shy of 3000 total submissions for the month of September. Tynstar and Zagnorch dominated submissions while Shadow_Kisuragi and Paully3433 handled the bulk of the approving end.

Dozens of others filled in more missing data and deserve a nice slap on the butt next time you see them. Check them out for yourself, or if you've ever wanted to know exactly how awesome our database is than look no further:


Thanks to everyone involved for helping make rfgeneration.com THE site for game collectors!!!

Posted on Jun 13th 2011 at 05:06:33 PM by (NES_Rules)
Posted under Site News, Milestones, Database, Scans

You may have noticed that swell little section over on the right side of the front page, the one titled Site Statistics, well look at what it says for Total Scans. That's right, over 70,000! That's way more than nine thousand.

Of course, that wouldn't be possible without the thousands of members who have helped by submitting scans of their games. If you've added one of those scans, pat yourself on the back and then thank anyone else who has added a scan. And if you haven't added a scan yet, what are you waiting for? Its very easy to do and your name will be forever immortalized on that game's page here at RF Generation. Everyone who looks at that game page will be looking at your item. If you don't have a scanner, no problem, we also accept photos of items as long as they're high quality.

It looks like the 70,000th scan was for Crusader: No Remorse submitted by y2richie. Congrats y2richie for making history here at RF Generation!

Thanks again to everyone who has made a scan submission.

Posted on Aug 22nd 2009 at 08:32:27 PM by (NES_Rules)
Posted under Site News, Milestones, Scans, Images

Those of you who are a little more observant, may have noticed that little box over there on the right side of the home page that keeps track of the database stats. See it over there? Pretty neat isn't it? Well, you might notice that the total number of scans is just over 50,000. That's right, in a little over 5 years, RFGeneration has accumulated FIFTY THOUSAND scans.

This is obviously a momentous occasion for THE Classic and Modern Video Game Database, but we couldn't have done it without the hundreds of dedicated members who put in hours of their own time to scan these games. I've done my share of scanning, and I know how much work it can be to scan several games at once, so to those of you who have done thousands of scans, my hat goes off to you.

Some of our top image submitters since October 2006 include:

  • Tan
  • ga5ket
  • Fuyukaze
  • Y2richie
  • Pop Culture Portal
  • Rajaat the Warbringer
  • Belgarath
  • Funk_Buddy
  • Madir
  • James
  • Mezmoron
  • sharp
  • Tynstar
  • Lios

These are not the only users that deserve applause, however. There are hundreds of you that have submitted anywhere from one to hundreds of scans, and each and every scan is truly appreciated.

As the newest Site Director, I would like to personally thank each and every one of you that have contributed to the 50,000+ scans the site now has.

Now, let's see how quickly we can get to 100,000 scans!

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