It’s that time of the year again when everyone is vying for that one elusive spot on the best game list. And if you’re like most people, you probably check game rankings using GameBanana. But if you’re experiencing some issues with GameBanana, such as it not working or being too slow, here are a few quick fixes to try.
Issues with GameBanana and Solutions
Make sure that your web browser is up-to-date. Recently released browsers may have security vulnerabilities that could affect access to GameBanana. If you’re using an older browser, we recommend upgrading to a recent version.
Do make sure your DNS is set up correctly. If you’re using a home network, make sure your router is set up to use your ISP’s DNS servers. If you’re using a public network like the Internet, make sure your computer is connected to the right server and that your DNS settings are correctly configured. If that doesn’t work, try changing your default browser setting to use Google’s DNS rather than your ISP’s. Finally, if all else fails, check with the website owner to see if they’ve had any updates made to their site that may be causing the problem.
Clearing your browser’s cache and cookies may help. To clear your cache, press Ctrl+Shift+Del on your keyboard to open the Windows Task Manager. From the taskbar, select “Task Manager.” Under the “Processes” tab, select the website you’re trying to visit. On the right side of the window, click “Clear Cache.” To clear your cookies, open Chrome Web Store (or Firefox Add-ons) and search for ” cookie manager .” Click the extension and then click “Clear Cookies.”
If you’re connected to the internet through a cable or DSL connection, your connection should be fast enough for video streaming. If you’re connecting through a cellular network, make sure that your phone has good reception and that the web browser is completely open before trying to access GameBanana.
Check for typos or errors in the URL. Sometimes when a site goes down, sections of links can still be live and active on someone’s computer until they’re fixed by an editor or webmaster. These error messages can look like this: “The remote server returned an error: (500) Internal Server Error.” This means that part of the URL was invalid and prevented the page from loading properly. Try retyping the entire URL into your address bar to test if that works better.
If you’re still having trouble accessing GameBanana from one device or browser, try it from another device or browser type. Sometimes problems with a website are due to specific browser settings or hardware instead of an issue with the website itself.
What is GameBanana?
They are a community of PC and console gamers that has been growing steadily over the last few years. They maintain a large modification archive of historical content, plus they actively foster the creation of new content. Their platform is unique in its openness to customization by letting members decide how they want it to look.
When did GameBanana rename itself?
On January 1st, 2011, GameBanana renamed itself to GameBanana. With this change came a new framework for the site built by Tom. Because the old codebase was a technological disaster, it had become difficult to maintain and build upon. In order to improve coding practices, the side was scrapped and re-coded from the ground up. The old-school FPSB had a number of features that no longer exist, but have since been remade. Medals, cool styles, club stamps, and much more have been added. CS 1.6 was experiencing many bugs, and the move was desperately needed so buggy functionality wouldn’t allow a regular member of staff to delete the game profile and all the submissions with it.
Who created GameBanana?
Sebastian created GameBanana in 2000 as a fan site for the best-selling multi-player shooter Counter-Strike. The website grew steadily over the years, and in January 2011, Sebastian changed the site’s name to FPSBanana to better reflect its focus on modifications for first-person shooters. Today, GameBanana is one of the most popular websites dedicated to mods for video games.
How to earn points on GameBanana?
One way to earn points on GameBanana is by posting. You need to have at least 1 exemplary feedback rating to earn points this way. Additionally, submitting content (whether it be articles, videos, or screenshots) helps contribute to the site and earns you points. Having a post exemplified (where someone else posts something inspired by or based on your work) also earns you points. Finally, being gifted by a friend or staff member for community work also earns you points.
What is “Exemplary”?
The Exemplary Feedback system attempts to encourage detailed, constructive feedback in submissions by awarding points for each submission that meets our high standards. Here’s how it works:
Each time you submit feedback on a game, whether it’s a rating or a comment, they will give you a point value based on how helpful and detailed your submission is. The more points you earn, the more rewards you can unlock!
To get the most out of Exemplary Feedback, make sure to provide as much information as possible about what you liked and didn’t like about the game. This will help them to better understand why you had such strong reactions to it and allow them to provide better feedback in future submissions.
If you’re having trouble accessing GameBanana.com, there are a few things you can try to help fix the issue. First, make sure that your web browser is up-to-date and that the site is not blocked by your ISP or firewall. If that doesn’t solve the problem, make sure that your computer has enough memory and processor power. Finally, if all else fails, you could try reinstalling GameBanana