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What does E-Harmony, Adult Friend Finder and Disney’s new social network for parents with children have in common? I’d like to introduce you all to Harmonyville! It’s the new wave of social network dating for adults and is taking the web by storm.
Careful now Netflix and Amazon, YouTube has joined the war in streaming Hollywood media. That’s right, Google is stated to jump on the unlimited movie subscription bandwagon. They’ve already allocated over $100 million with deals from big wig studios and providers. The service plans to start streaming films in Europe before expanding to the States.
My question is: Do we really need more than two options to watch content on? I’m already satisfied getting my fix of “MSTK3000” on Netflix and keeping up with “Community” on Hulu. This is just like the time when Walgreens were popping up on every street corner. It’s only a matter of time before they over saturate the market and fail.
Certain things will always go well together. For instance we have combinations of peanut butter and jelly, cookies and milk, and of course my personal favorite, ranch dressing on pretty much everything. So why not combine P90X with the Kinect? That’s right. We’re about to get down and dirty on how awesome it would be if there was an actual P90X game that would take advantage of Microsoft’s Kinect peripheral!
By the nine divine! Bethesda has relaunched TheElderScrolls.com in preparation of Skyrim this morning and it does not disappoint. You’ll be greeted by a dark, minimal design and a brand new epic trailer for the sequel to Oblivion that’ll rock your socks.
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Fuddled sound? Check. Discombobulated 30 second video of gameplay? Check. Hype for a game that promises to take out the Call of Duty series? Double over load check. EA just released a new trailer exposing bits and pieces of jaw-dropping Battlefield 3 gameplay. Little is known about the campaign’s story but the video hints at a tour somewhere in the Middle East. Want to go “Back to Karkand” for free? Pre-order the limited edition and you’ll receive the expansion pack at no charge.
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I like to imagine official business partnerships as peers posting their relationship status on facebook the morning after hooking up. It really puts things into perspective.
Now that CBS and Netflix are sleeping together, they will be streaming multiple tv shows that you’ve probably never seen before. Episodes of “Cheers,” “Frasier,” “The Andy Griffith Show,” and “The Twilight Zone” will be available for Netflix subscribers to once-over and move on. Here’s hoping that CBS brings over other shows a la “The Big Band Theory” to the party. Neither one wanted to comment on their open relationship but have stated that they’re moving into a nice little townhouse together with a 24-month lease.
A metallic tray is placed on a table in front of you. There are two pills. The blue pill will take you to an exploratory eargasm-like collection of music deep in a social universe. The red pill leads to Ping or Pandora. Assuming you chose the blue pill (with that description, why wouldn’t you?) will send you to RDIO, the only music service ever worth paying for.
I will not succumb to using a quote from the movies to illustrate how excited I am. Telltale is giving away copies of the first episode “It’s About Time”. The game, which takes place right after the 3rd movie, throws you into the shoes of Marty McFly looking for where and most importantly when Doc is.
Jump back in the saddle with familiar characters and brand new ones while exploring an undiscovered era of McFly’s, Tanin’s and even Brown’s. Each episode is $8.99 with the whole package costing $24.95/$22.49 if you purchase it before March 2nd. Rush over to Telltales website to download now. It’s your density. I couldn’t help it.
The dust has semi-settled since news of Borders financial troubles and probable demise. And as a result, Borders will be closing 200 of it’s superstores starting this weekend. To give you an idea of the scale of closures, 5 out of 18 stores will be the only operating Borders in the state of Arizona. Are we witnessing the imminent death of the book store?
Telltale, who recently created and released a new Back to the Future episodic game, is now bringing Jurassic Park back to life in the same manner. This spring, you’ll be able to prance around Isla Sorna while the first movie takes its course. Rather than accompanying Dr. Alan Grant or Ian Malcolm, Telltale is giving us a new story and characters to follow.
Trailer’s after the break.