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Xbox One: The Next Generation of Gaming
Winter is coming: and with it brings two new gaming consoles from media giants Sony (PS4) and Microsoft (Xbox One). The decision of which to buy will be tough for many consumers this year, but let me make a case for why I think the Xbox One would be a better buy – it is the next logical evolution of gaming.
Each gaming generation has brought something new to the table. The last generation brought about the rise of immersive online game play and motion based controls. I believe Xbox One will revolutionize gaming by condensing the entire “living room experience” into one device using the Kinect.
After the E3 gaming event, I wrote a series of articles comparing the Xbox One and PS4. A lot has changed since then. Microsoft listened to user feedback and decided to change many of their announced polices. The Xbox One is no longer required to be connected to the internet or to the actual Kinect itself. Gamers can buy used games and share them with their friends. These were a few polices that gamers felt strongly about and Microsoft listened.
The Xbox One is now on par with its competition in both hardware and its gaming policies. What sets Xbox one apart is that it was designed to be much more than just a gaming device.
Through Xbox One, users will be able to play games, watch TV, Skype, stream Netflix and control a number of media devices in their home. What makes this revolutionary is that these features can be performed simultaneously and switched almost instantly.
Want to play a game and video chat with your friend at the same time? Great, Xbox One will allow you to “snap” the two features together at the same time by splitting your screen in two.
Want to watch TV while you wait for your next online match to start? Just tell your Xbox to switch to your favorite cable channel – most likely ESPN for me – and receive a message when your game is ready.
Each Xbox One will also include a Kinect – a device to help manage these features with voice and motion control. Each Kinect will feature a 1080p Camera for video chatting and to clearly sense the user’s actions.
For example, Kinect can detect which person in the room is using the Xbox One controller. If that person hands the controller to his friend, the Kinect will assign the person a unique profile and know instantly when the controller is switched again.
The potential for this technology is limitless and makes the Xbox One much more compelling than a simple gaming box.
Come check out the local music scene at this month’s “Vulgar”
This next “Vulgar” music event will be held this Saturday, July 27, at the Foxhole Bar in downtown Columbus, Ga.
“Vulgar” features local and national Dubstep DJ’s in town to feature their latest songs. For those who aren’t familiar with the genre, Wikipedia defines Dubstep as a “form of electronic music generally features syncopated drum and percussion patterns with bass lines that contain prominent sub bass frequencies.”
Dubstep has gained popularity throughout the past few years and is now regarded as one of the most popular forms of electronic music. Popular DJ’s include artists such as Skrillex and Bassnectar.
One reason Dubstep has gained popularity is due to the fun crowds that come to the shows. Shows like “Vulgar” often include a lot of dancing and crowd participation. The music is very bass heavy which gives every song high and low BPM (beats per minute) and allows the DJ’s to be conductors for the crowd – slowing down and speeding up songs as necessary to give the audience the best experience possible.
A smaller town like Columbus is lucky to have events like “Vulgar,” as most fans would have to travel to larger cities such as Atlanta to find this music scene.
This “Vulgar” will feature some of the best up and coming DJ’s in the area. Local DJ Drizno is returning to this month’s event to “perform a filthy set of live synths, samplers, turntables and guitar baddassery with plenty of surprises.” His set will also feature local guitarist Chris Steele to add another layer to his music.
Popular Columbus DJ Crude Carter, also known as Max Moskol, will also perform at the event. Carter is famous for injecting other genres into his music such as: metal, hardcore, rap and more. Carter is also one of the most accomplished programmers and SEO experts in the area.
Other DJs featured at “Vulgar” include: Esko, Shaddex and P!ko. The event starts at 10 pm EST and cover will only cost $5 if you come before 12 am.
For more information visit: https://www.facebook.com/events/403132483131048/
Starring: Luke Wilson, Owen Wilson
Directed by: Wes Anderson
Wes Anderson’s debut feature “Bottle Rocket” is now available on Blu-ray and is chock full of extras that the original DVD lacked.
The new features include deleted scenes, a “making of” documentary and commentaries from the director, as well as the movie’s stars, Owen Wilson and Luke Wilson. The film is also the first for the brothers.
The quirky director’s movies are known for their dry sense of humor, misfit characters and extreme level of detail, and “Bottle Rocket” is no different.
The story begins with Dignan (Owen) trying to help his friend Anthony (Luke) “escape” from a voluntary mental hospital. Dignan wants to pursue a life of crime while Anthony seems to be stuck in a deep depression and is looking for something to do.
They soon recruit another friend Bob (Robert Musgrave) to be the getaway driver for their first big heist: robbing the local bookstore for a few hundred dollars.
After the cumbersome heist, the naïve Dignan decides the three “need to go on the lam” and hideout for a while. They aimlessly drive until they find a small town motel and settle down.
This is where the movie finally begins to find its place. The story is no longer about crime, but about 20-somethings lost in life. The three seem to be looking for a purpose, or maybe just an excuse to hang out for a little while and escape reality.
But the charade soon ends. Bob decides to leave after his brother gets caught by the police with the marijuana plants Bob has been growing in the family backyard, and Anthony has fallen in love with a Spanish-speaking motel maid. The world Dignan tried to create and control comes crashing down. The rest of the movie deals with the characters’ falling out with each other and their individual redemptions.
The story is one of Anderson’s best and most touching. The movie only suffers inthe beginning when the dialogue, at times, becomes too “Tarantinoesque.” When the characters stop talking over each other, the movie takes a similar tone to the rest of the director’s catalog. His movies are known for all taking place in the same fictional “world.”
Anderson fans and casual movie lovers alike should give this movie a chance, or at least see what its “cult status” following is all about. Many will be pleased they watched this touching comedy.
Trance (2013) – Movie Review
Starring: James McAvoy, Rosario Dawson
Directed by: Danny Boyle
8.5 out of 10
“Trance” is a movie I happened to see on a whim with some friends back when the movie was shown at Columbus’ “Dollar Theater” or the Peachtree 8. I walked into the movie blind to the plot or genre of the movie – the film’s title led me to guess the movie would somehow relate to trance music. I came out of the theater blown away realizing I had just seen the best mind-bending thriller since “Inception.”
I can’t say too much about the plot without giving anything away so I will describe the basic premise of the movie. The main character Simon, played by McAvoy from “X-men: First Class”, works at an art auction and is good at his job. The beginning of the movie is fantastic and could be a short film itself. Simon narrates to the audience the steps he must take during an art robbery; all the while he is attempting to hide away a $17 Million painting in a bag from thieves during the middle of an auction.
So far this sounds like a normal art-heist thriller. The bad guys intercept Simon before he can properly hide the painting away in a safe, take his bag and hit him over the head after he attempts to taser one of the thieves. However, the painting is no longer in the bag and Simon now has amnesia from the head blow. Interrogation is of no use, so the thieves hire a hypnotist to unlock the secrets deep within his mind.
The basic premise of the movie is pretty complicated and the plot takes many twists and turns, asking its viewers to pay close attention to every detail. The rewarding climax and resolution of “Trance” are truly mind-blowing and will leave you thinking for days.
The three leads of the movie give excellent performances and Danny Boyle’s slick direction makes the movie tense and enthralling. The score of the movie also helps to raise the tension.
Beware, this movie does show full frontal female nudity, so this is not a movie parents should watch with their children.