Not sure if it's happening with other browsers than Chrome, but when I change the page of the comments in article the browser remains at the bottom of the page instead of going to the top of the comments-section like it used to.
Also, get rid of the pullquotes.
Better moderation, and rules that are enforced would probably not go amiss. The "Women vs Tropes vs Vidya Games" thread is toxic already, after four days. Personal insults and ad hom attacks... Any meaningful discussion lost in a sea of egos and posturing. I know I reported the worst of them. And nothing. The guilty parties are still here, still stinking this place up. Or, is calling someone a "fucking douchebag" now acceptable?
Is it possible at all to implement "replies to your post" on the article comments? I suppose every thread must eventually die but it's difficult to go sifting back through them.
Why no Facebook share button?
I imagine chances of better moderation are slim. I doubt TPTB want to moderate this place themselves, and they can't appoint volunteers since they're never here.
Is Nathan Grayson on holiday? Much prefer his playful style for daily news-type posts, it's a lot easier to digest than the overload style of the writer that I presume has stepped into his shoes for now.
I suggest that they be fused together into one contributor. That way we can all be happy.
Pardon me if this is already discussed in another thread, but why so many "$x per hour"- style spam in the comments? Is the account creation process too easy? Even if so, can filters be added (most of the spam has uses similar wording so they could at least be moderated). Reading these constantly is really getting on my nerves.
When can we expect a Bioshock Infinite review? I heard the embargo is lifted on Monday but that might just be hearsay. Well, except for IGN because they are special, I guess.
Can we please have fewer SimCity V articles? I know that EA cocked this up big style, that the game itself is borked beyond all repair, but it's starting to get a teeny bit tedious.
I noticed today with Nathan Grayson's Dragon Age 3 interview piece that he's using bubble quote boxes. These things are ugly. They're ugly on Eurogamer, DToid, VG247 and every other news site that use's them.
It's be great if they went away.
Edit: Link to Alec's comment...
"We will be tweaking them, but we don’t have dedicated tech staff so these things take time. They’re not going away, but they will be improved."