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Japan is the third largest economy in the world. For such a small island, that says a lot. Japan has been steadily developing itself to be a power player on the world stage. You have to give them credit. Their infrastructure and business acumen have made many international investors wealthy. Japan endured the wrath of [...]
Google’s revolutionary TV that was supposed end the need to ever get up from the couch again (well except maybe to head to the fridge) has been named one of the worst gadgets of the year. I guess Google did not foresee their content being blocked so concertedly by TV networks out of piracy concerns—which basically made its promise shallow to couch potatoes. Viacom, which owns Comedy Central, VH1 and Nickelodeon, was among the first to decline optimizing their sites to facilitate Google TV, and blocked access to their full episode content. In response to Viacom, a Google spokesman merely threw off the issue, saying that it was ultimately the content owner’s choice to restrict content.
The future of video gaming is all about thinning the line between reality and a virtual world. Game developers are doing many things to make games more interactive by infusing games with a real-life view. The gaming world is headed towards taking the real world and using it as a virtual playground.
For those growing up with a video game control in their hands, Nintendo has been the boldest, groundbreaking innovator of fun. With Nintendo 64, the company established their superior creativity, launching tittles such as Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time, Mario 64 and Super Smash Bros, guiding many individuals to the title of "hardcore gamers", who, by adopting this new identity, have learned to expect more flawless products with each new product innovation. Simply put, Nintendo is the true leader of video game entertainment. Those committed to the company experienced rough times throughout the transition to the Game Cube, where, the Playstation 2 began their reign of the "hardcore gamer" market by launching more advanced and graphic-based games such as Metal Gear Solid and Final Fantasy. Consequently, many gamers surrendered their nostalgic bond with Nintendo and embraced the more aesthetically pleasing competition.