Game Buzz uses web standards, including HTML 4.01 Strict and Cascading Style Sheets. For the best experience at Game Buzz and many other web sites, always use a web browser that supports current web standards.
I can rebuild it. I have the technology. I have the capability to make the world's first bionic web site. Game Buzz will be that web site. Better than it was before. Better... stronger... faster. Okay, so I don't really know how to make Game Buzz "bionic", but I have already been working to make it better, stronger, and faster.
I am working on two new news systems. Once one of them is complete, new content should be posted more frequently.
Please feel free to let me know if you encounter any problems or peculiarities with either the page layout or the news reader software. You may use the following e-mail address, but please do not redistribute it or use it for spam:
Most of the old content has been removed, but who cares about old content? ;)
André LaMothe's Nurve Networks has announced the completion and immediate availability of the XGameStation Micro Edition, the unexpected smaller sibling of the previously announced XGameStation—now to be called the XGameStation Mega Edition. The scaled-down XGS, which seems to have dropped out of the clear blue summer sky and taken most XGS-watchers by surprise, uses one main processor—an 80MHz Ubicom SX52 "Super-PIC"—instead of the three processors that are planned for its more complex sibling.
Reactions in the official XGameStation forums have been mixed. While many people are excited that an XGS is now finished and available for ordering, some are disappointed that the XGS they have been expecting remains unavailable for now.
The XGameStation Micro Edition is available for immediate ordering from the official XGameStation Web site for US$199.95, not including California sales tax, if applicable, and shipping fees, which vary. Domestic orders will ship via UPS while international orders will ship via USPS Global Airmail Parcel Post to keep shipping costs down. Shipments are expected to go out in 6 to 8 weeks (slightly not immediately, I know).
Full details about the XGameStation Micro Edition are available straight from the source:
Other Related Links:
Posted by Brian Sexton at 11:27:00pm on Saturday, August 21st, 2004 (PDT)