netbeta.jpg So, obviously, Digg is getting to be a fairly big site for citizen-voted journalism - the Digg gaming section is one of the most read 'blogs' around. So naturally, there's going to be other people getting in on that racket.

One of the most high-profile is now the Netscape.com beta, part of AOL, which is in the hands of Weblogs Inc's Jason Calacanis - who has been blogging about launch coverage in some kind of information frenzy.

Part of the multi-subject beta from AOL (which also owns major gaming blog Joystiq) is a Netscape.com videogames channel, sparsely populated right now, but likely to fill out in the near future. We heard there may be a few more specifically game-focused efforts along these lines soon, too - should be interesting.