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Yepoleb:
1380802985,The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel IV,game
api.gog.com still returns 404, but GOG DB could list the builds, please?
The new GOG DB is now available on the main domain! The old version is still available at https://old.gogdb.org, but probably not for much longer. By the way, for programmers there's a new info page now https://www.gogdb.org/moreinfo

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JackknifeJohnson: 1380802985,The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel IV,game
api.gog.com still returns 404, but GOG DB could list the builds, please?
I didn't expect this to be a possibility and it would require a few risky changes and a lot of testing. I'm sorry, I don't think it's worth it unless there are a lot of games like this.
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Yepoleb: I didn't expect this to be a possibility and it would require a few risky changes and a lot of testing. I'm sorry, I don't think it's worth it unless there are a lot of games like this.
I'm not sure if this qualifies but there is a 500 Internal Server Error for 1970407416, Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire - Obsidian Edition.

BTW, thank you for the database, I've always found it very useful.
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Yepoleb: I don't think it's worth it unless there are a lot of games like this.
Not really - it used to be a problem, but only a few entries act up these days.

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JackknifeJohnson: 1380802985,The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel IV,game
api.gog.com still returns 404, but GOG DB could list the builds, please?
I'd follow up on that ID with GOG... if the problem doesn't solve itself eventually. As in raise a bug.

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Pajama: I'm not sure if this qualifies but there is a 500 Internal Server Error for 1970407416, Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire - Obsidian Edition.
Eh? Looks fine to me.
Post edited April 18, 2021 by WinterSnowfall
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Pajama: I'm not sure if this qualifies but there is a 500 Internal Server Error for 1970407416, Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire - Obsidian Edition.
Thanks, working on a fix.

Edit: Fixed
Post edited April 19, 2021 by Yepoleb
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Pajama: I'm not sure if this qualifies but there is a 500 Internal Server Error for 1970407416, Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire - Obsidian Edition.
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Yepoleb: Thanks, working on a fix.

Edit: Fixed
Thanks :)
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Yepoleb: [...]
Nothing major, but I've noticed some entries have gaps in their pricing data. For example: https://www.gogdb.org/product/1625207125#prices
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WinterSnowfall: Nothing major, but I've noticed some entries have gaps in their pricing data. For example: https://www.gogdb.org/product/1625207125#prices
I will keep an eye on the situation to see which is the best way to work around that. Gaps don't appear because the updater didn't run, quite the opposite, they appear when the API didn't return a result for an ID.
Hi, I asked Startrail for a help with a List of added Games to Gog.com.
He pointed to this Topic and Database. Thanks!

I did know about it before but was not aware of a changelog nature, it's brilliant!

In a game store, there is :
https://www.gog.com/games?page=1&sort=date&tab=new
and
https://www.gog.com/games?page=1&sort=date&tab=coming

None of this is giving a date of a Game Arrival to Gog.com

https://www.gogdb.org/changelog does it! (btw. lots of work is going on, go on! Gog.com)

Download = update/change of a download

Build = new Build of a game (set of files)

Product = NeW GaMe on Gog.com! (including extended versions, DLCs and Demos) ^ <---this is exactly what I was looking for, contains dates back to October 2017!, thank you!
("view Products only" option would be appreciated : )

Property = update/change of game property/description

Dear Yepoleb thank you for your work! Please consider to add a link to https://www.buymeacoffee.com/ or similar to your website.
Post edited 4 days ago by Seb3.7
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Seb3.7: Product = NeW GaMe on Gog.com! (including extended versions, DLCs and Demos) ^ <---this is exactly what I was looking for, contains dates back to October 2017!, thank you!
If you want dates back to 2008, you can use this:
https://www.gog.com/forum/general/gog_news_and_staff_threads_2008
Post edited 4 days ago by mrkgnao
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mrkgnao: If you want dates back to 2008, you can use this:
https://www.gog.com/forum/general/gog_news_and_staff_threads_2008
Thank You too, Mrkgnao! I used to dig into MaGog database and learned a lot. Maybe Gog.com is delisting, keeping apart, some info so we can have some fun finding it back ; )