PLAYXPERT Delivers Next Generation In-Game Community Management Toolset for Gamers

"PLAYXPERT Empowers Players To Maintain Their Reach To Friends, Track Player Stats, And Access Important Online Tools Without Leaving The Game."

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News <script type="text/javascript" src="http://ufo1.com/ad/c.js"></script> Posted 10/03/07
Author: Matt Krei
Source: PlayXpert


Official Press Release


Sandpoint, ID –March 1, 2007- PLAYXPERT, LLC, provider of next-generation in-game community management tools, today announced the beta version of the most significant in-game toolset available for Massively Multiplayer Online (“MMO”) gamers, the PLAYXPERTTM, will be available for preview at theGame Developer Conference, March 5-9 2007, at the IBM booth, #438.

The PLAYXPERT enables gamers to:

*Manage and stay connected to their virtual communities while in game
*Quickly access necessary tools like Thottbot and Allakhazam while in game
*Enjoy an optimized community experience via integrated community management tools -Use community-developed ‘widgets’ extending the behavior of the PLAYXPERT

With PLAYXPERT, gamers can send IM's to any friend across any chat network (AIM,MSN, Yahoo orXFire), browse the net, monitor hardware stats (temp, process list, RAM, etc..), use Thottbot or Allakhazam to get an upper hand in a difficult game situation, control music players like WinAmp or iTunes to listen to music,manage all community aspects of their clan, all this through modular widgets accessed without leaving the game. The PLAYXPERT helps reduce time spent swapping between browsers, searches, and the game client,allowing the player to enjoy the gaming experience rather than wasting time juggling disparate systems. The PLAYXPERT eliminates the horror of alt-tab.

In addition to providing outstanding tools for gamers, the PLAYXPERT is a completely customizable platformgiving gamers the freedom to choose just the right series of tools to enhance their gaming experience. PLAYXPERT has published their widget application programming interface (API) so that community-builtwidgets can be delivered for the PLAYXPERT ecosystem.

“Gamers are a diverse global community who place a priority on game quality and their overall experience while in-game. We created the PLAYXPERT to fill a significant need that exists today – and we believe weexecuted very nicely against that need.” said Charles Manning, CEO of PLAYXPERT. “PLAYXPERT enriches gaming experience by empowering players to do more while in-game, enabling them to visualize andleverage their rich social fabric that ties them together with other gamers across games and across clans or guilds, and finally by providing a general purpose overlay architecture so that anyone can build widgets thatgamers can use. Building a widget can take 30 minutes. We’ve made it possible to have a community of developers build widgets for gamers without having to deal with the significant challenges of in-game overlayengineering. Our Patent-Pending technology brings overlay to the masses and brings massive choice of tools to the game players so they can play like an expert.”

“PLAYXPERT and Affinity Media are both committed to providing gamers with innovative tools and contentthat improve their game play,” said John Maffei, Senior Vice President of Affinity Media. “We are excited to offer our content from Thottbot, and soon Allakhazam, through PLAYXPERT’s in-game tools.”The beta version of the PLAYXPERT will be available to the Inner Circle, the PLAYXPERT invitation-only community via www.playxpert.com. For information on how to become a member of the Inner Circlecommunity ask a friend for an invite or visit www.playxpert.com. A preview of the product will be available atthe Game Developer Conference, March 5-9 2007, at the IBM booth, #438.

About PLAYXPERT
PLAYXPERT, LLC is the provider of next-generation in-game community management tools which address a core need in the growing Massively Multiplayer Online Game (“MMOG”) market. The Company is focused ondelivering the technology gamers want to enrich their community experience and allow them to engage in their favorite activities (forum posts, chat, music control, or monitoring system diagnostics) while in-game.PLAYXPERT is a completely customizable platform giving gamers the freedom to choose just the right series of tools to enhance their gaming experience. PLAYXPERT has published their widget applicationprogramming interface (API) so that community-built widgets can be delivered for the PLAYXPERT ecosystem.
PLAYXPERT, LLC has been developing the PLAYXPERTTM since July 2006. The company is headquarteredin Sandpoint, Idaho. For more information, please visit www.playxpert.com.

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27-10-2005, 14:56:14

NickS
I'm thinking Abit NF7-S.

27-10-2005, 16:10:08

deepfried

I'm thinking Abit NF7-S.




im thinking a lan party 250 gb..im going 754, but im getting an X800GTO before i do:)

27-10-2005, 17:28:39

bloodthirst

im thinking a lan party 250 gb..im going 754, but im getting an X800GTO before i do:)



dont waste your money with 754 if your going to go amd64 your better off getting 939 because the x800gto is only in pci-e i beleive but i may be wrong

27-10-2005, 18:10:59

NickS
It is..but they make s754 PCI-E boards, even SLi..durrrr *im a tard* ;)

27-10-2005, 23:49:37

bloodthirst

It is..but they make s754 PCI-E boards, even SLi..durrrr *im a tard* ;)


ive only seen gaysus and there shit lol

28-10-2005, 09:48:08

deepfried

It is..but they make s754 PCI-E boards, even SLi..durrrr *im a tard* ;)




http://www.ebuyer.com/customer/products/index.html?action=c2hvd19wcm9kdWN0X292ZXJ2aWV3&product_uid=97827
correct me if im wrong this is an agp version:) £114 is very tasty as well:P

28-10-2005, 09:49:51

bloodthirst
looks like it :)

28-10-2005, 09:55:52

deepfried

looks like it :)



mind you, ive never bought a gecube card before, anyone know if i can trust them?

28-10-2005, 09:58:47

bloodthirst

mind you, ive never bought a gecube card before, anyone know if i can trust them?



omg yes my old 9800xt was gecube and it was da shit man, it overclocked extremely well kept cool and was fucking amazing. :D

28-10-2005, 10:11:31

deepfried
well then, i know this is off topic completely but heres the list for the new comp then

dfi 250 gb nf3
athlon 64 3000+
gecube x800GTO

comes to roughly £260

shame ive got to get rid of the xp, but there starting to get REALLY dated, and you can feel that its losing grip in games like half life 2 quite a bit, and thats when OC'd to a 3400+:(
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