Fix your RSS Feeds
When the Tech channel and the Vita channel started using the new format, my RSS feeds stopped working for those channels. Now that the whole site has the new format, I no longer get RSS feeds from anything on IGN. I read all of my news via Google Reader and if any site doesn't have an RSS Feed, I don't read it. RSS Feeds allow me to at least browse everything that a given site has posted before it drops off of the main page and then read it on my own time. Please fix the RSS feeds for every IGN channel because I love IGN and want to keep getting my gaming and movie news here.
A few months ago all the feeds on IGN were reorganized. Most feeds were replaced, new ones were added and some were shut down. The presentation of the stories was also improved and they look good in Google Reader. All the feeds are listed here: http://corp.ign.com/feeds.html
Nick Ringdahl commented
Agreed, RSS Feeds need to be fixed! Its the only way i read the site.
iGoogle is not showing either. Please fix
Xson Wing Kit Wong commented
Around 3 day didn't get any RSS feed
Agreed! I consume IGN content only through my RSS reader and through iTunes Podcasts. The RSS feeds have stopped working and need to be fixed.
On the other hand, Kotaku, 1up and Joystiq have pretty good feeds. I guess I could move over to them for my gaming news if IGN chooses not to fix or re-implement them.
This is the only real problem I have with the redesign. I hope it gets fixed soon. I consume all news on my phone in the following instances: waiting in public, sitting in a boring lecture, pooping, etc. These are times when being on a PC is not as accessible, and navigating articles on my phone takes too long if I have to load up the IGN home page. I like being directed straight to the articles of interest.
I agree 100%. I am bummed that RSS feeds are not working. As I too read all my news via Google Reader, IGN will soon fall off my radar if RSS feeds are not restored. I hate having to go to each website individually, weeding through ads, just to find out if there is something I want to read. Google Reader allows me to see what interesting news is out there in one convenient location.