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All text and summaries have been pieced by other websites that I have found. I there-for do not claim to own any of the written material you see on this site.
I would like to thank the following websites for their images and text and also for the idea of the great layout of the site: Dragonballz; Tokyo Flats; DBZUG; and Planet Namiek.
So don't bitch at me if my site has the same information as yours because A LOT of DBZ sites have the same information posted on them. Thank-you.
|Toonami T.V. Schedue for America - Cartoon Network
The Toonami Evening Line-Up
Welcome to Dragonball-Z UnLeashed. This site is dedicated to all Dragonball fans across the globe. I hope you enjoy this site as much as I enjoyed making it. I, Stoney, run this site along with fellow Dragonball fans, Team DBZ UnLeashed. We created this site for the soul purpose to please the fans with information, news, and images that they desire. If you are looking for the latest news, guides, graphics, or multimedia, you came to the right site. This is a new young site and will always be growing and updating. I realize that right now I am taking a big step into the Dragonball world. I have seen many sites far better than mine with a lot of information, but most of the data was incorrect. I promise you, the information you find here is honest, true, and right to the point. No false links to take you somewhere so other people can make money off of your inconvience. No pop-up windows or stupid ads, just pure information and images. Browse around and enjoy. Welcome to Dragonball-Z UnLeashed!
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"...The NINTENDO GAMECUBE focuses on gameplay and is "the ultimate TV game machine and the first of its kind."
The Nintendo 64 was a highly advanced piece of hardware. However, because it had such superior capabilities, developers probably felt as if it was a "challenge" for them to produce for it. Because of this, along with complicating software development, N64 gained a reputation of being a difficult system on which to develop games.
Additionally, in response to the demand for new types of entertainment from users in the game trade, the scale of games became larger, and frequently special adjustments to software had to be made. This came back to haunt the developers in the form of development costs and it would not be an exaggeration to say that it made software development more challenging.
This type of problem, if not solved, could have a dramatic effect on the success of the game business.
We here at Nintendo decided to focus on solving this issue by creating the NINTENDO GAMECUBE with the purpose of realizing the highest level of performance and to enhance the productivity of software development. This is Nintendo's vision of what a next generation game machine should do.
Instead of going for the highest possible performance, which does not contribute to software development, our idea was to create a developer-friendly next generation TV game machine that maintained above-standard capabilities.
In order to accomplish this, we have painstakingly removed the "bottlenecks" which hinder an efficient system. We have introduced 1T-RAM technology, which has a minimum of delays, into the main memory and the Graphics LSI Mixed Memory. Also, secondary cache memory with a large capacity was implemented in the MPU. With this combination we have succeeded at creating reliable functionality that can be used with actual games.
We have been creating a world in which the player can enjoy the feeling of actually touching the "world" created by the software. In addition, the player can benefit by building a bond with the game and characters in it.
The NINTENDO GAMECUBE will carry on the "DNA" of Nintendo games and give birth to a new kind of entertainment that surpasses existing concepts of what great gaming is.
NINTENDO GAMECUBE will launch in North America on November 18, 2001." - Nintendo
Source - Nintendo.com
At a local Toys-R-Us, The Nintendo Game Cube sold out in an amazing first 3 mins of the grand opening! If you will lucky to get one for Christmas. - Big Pappa Pump
|Promotion - 10-9-01
Today I was trying to get my site promoted so I could get "hits" and I was talking to this guy about joining his "Affiliates". He said in-order for me to be an affiliate and get promotion from his site I have to be already getting 250 hits a day. So, in other words, to get ppl to my site I have to be already getting ppl to my site? Does that make sense to you? It sure as hell doesn't make any sense to me. That is not fair to younger sites who are trying to get started. Why couldn't he just put up my "button" so ppl can come to my site? How much work would that be? I'm thinking he is scared of competition. I know this article will be pissing people off but I want them to know that 250 hit a day thing is bullshit and if they will not help promote my site, then, to hell with them. I'm sorry but if someone came to me and personally asked me to put their button on my site I would do it. It shows that they like your site. Maybe he doesn't see it that way. Anyway, if you would like to help promote my site e-mail me.
New Pages 10-10-01
I'm trying my hardest to get all my pages up and working but I have been so busy lately with work and trying to actually get my site promoted. I do need help with it and if you are interested send me an e-mail. I can use all the help I can get.
I am adding some HTML to the site hoping it will make it better. I can't understand some of it so I am hoping to add a member to the UnLeashed team that knows how to work HTML. Anyone interested? - Stoney
The DragonBall series finally came to an end on November 19, 1997 after 508 thrilling episodes. Farewell Dragonball, you will always be remembered.
Source - Planet Namek
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Some Brief History of The Dragonball Series
After the ending of Akira's Dr. Slump, Dragonball was released. The new Anime series was mainly toward the younger viewers with the blend of comedy and violence. After several episodes, violence was mainly the theme. Afterward, the series Dragonball was replaced by the much upgraded Dragonball-Z.
In the begining there were three main series in Dragonball, The Pilaf Series, The Red Ribbon Series, and The Piccolo/Daimao Series. The show starts out with young Goku battling villians then reaching adulthood and the marriage with Chi-Chi.
Dragonball-Z is the sequel to Dragonball. This time, the show is mainy toward teenage viewers with the extreme violence and small amount of comedy entered into the series. Dragonball-Z was the last of the Dragonball series that Akira produced. Dragonball-Z is divided into four series, The Vegeta Series, The Freiza Series, The Cell Series, and The Buu Series. During each series, the Z-Fighters reach new serious development and reach new power levels.
Dragonball-GT (Grand Tour) is the last of the Dragonball series. Its theme is a combination of Dragonball and Dragonball-Z where comedy and violence are blended together. Dragonball-GT is mainly focused on Goku as he is accidently wished back into a kid by Pilaf.
Source - Ultimate Generation
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|The following release dates apply to the United States and Canada, and are mostly in-store dates. Depending on your area and where you shop, these games could be in stores on the date listed or several days thereafter. Remember, all dates are tentative and are subject to change.
09/11/01 - Madden NFL 2002
08/22/01 - Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2
10/16/01 - Powerpuff Girls
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Update - 10-12-01
Miss Alicia Keys graces the cover of next months cover of Rolling Stones. The cover was shown last night on David Letterman where the sexy soul singer performed her new hit "A Woman's Worth". Her debut album, Songs In A Minor has already sold an amazing 3 million copies. Do I smell a Lauryn Hill Grammy sweep for this young lady ?
The bootylicious Beyonce` Knowles, lead singer of Destiny's Child, has snatched a role in Austin Powers 3. Destiny's Child themselfs are taking a break as a group though. Their all doing solo projects. The first comes from Michelle Williams. She's doing a Gospel. The album will also include the Gospel Medley that was featured on Destiny's Child platinum album Survivor. Beyonce and Kelly have solo albums in the work but nothing is for sure with them yet.
Hey whatever happened to those little girl who use to run around TRL ? you ask. Well if your referring to the 3 Little Women of 3LW their on their way back onto the scene. Their album Same Game, Different Rules is set for a December release. The ladies also have a Pepsi commercial in the works. Look out for big things with these girls in the neat future.
That's the news for this week but until next week keep it real. - Fearless
|This is Big Pappa Pump's Corner. I will be bringing you the latest Dragonball news along with some Gamer news. I will also be updating you on the Dragonball-Z t.v. schedule for your region. Check back for listings and great game guides and reviews.
New DBZ in Canada - September 24, 2001
YTV will resume showing the new episodes of DBZ this Monday. YTV played re-runs last week but they are now resuming where they left off. It will still be the Ocean dub as well.
Source - Ultimate DBZ
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