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    one, enjoy their ad 's for many great titles and I believe the way they make ads are perfect and sell every time. But what games were successes and why start with the big start, Fallout 3. Fallout 3 was a game created for all platforms, PC, Xbox and PlayStation. The story takes place in a world where the style stuck in the 50’s era, but technology grows more advanced where you are a survivor of a massive world nuclear war and must fight your way through the wasteland to find your dad. Interplay Entertainment originally published this game but Bethesda has bought the rights, and with this, significant changes came. The Fallout series as a whole has a shift in eras as the first two games were turn-based RPG’s that played in a third person manner. The game itself was a big hit with fans, and so a sequel to the first was made to make a profit, however, the series was starting to become a wash and rinse off the original and was even supposed to come out with a third installment using the Interplay style of play. Bethesda, on the other hand, had put an end to that. Bethesda ended up buying the development and publishing rights to the Fallout series and wanted to take it to a whole new direction, an action-based RPG with first and third person view. For the gaming industry, this was a game changer as it introduced an open-world concept where everything is explorable, graphics and design looked like it was way ahead of its time and even brought in the shooter aspect into its RPG…

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    Rhetorical Analysis: Vine

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    popularity of Vine didn’t go unnoticed, as it gained over 40 million users in just over 7 months. This exemplifies Postman’s argument that modern epistemology is largely dependent on entertainment…

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    Number of articles aside, outlining the literature market and the importance of and access to the specific media types available to different social classes informs the access the larger reading public had to her story. Visual entertainment at the turn of the nineteenth century, particularly in London, saw a huge upsurge as theatre construction reached new highs. This fiercely competitive and increasingly commercial form of entertainment was highly conscious of the importance of the use of…

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    show that garnered the respectful monographs, the critical cachet, and a secure place on the university curriculum—is being challenged by the lure of long-form, episodic television. Doherty asserts that a lot of great talent is going toward television because of how the medium can be used for storytelling purposes. The medium of television as a quality source for character development is actually relatively new. Film was where most of the money went to because it achieved the most returns.…

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    developed to be used as a means of entertainment and education internationally. YouTube is known for its diverse communities, where content creators often collaborate and strive to grow these communities. However, few have yet to study YouTube and its impact on the gaming community, one of their biggest and most popular. While exploring…

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    distraction from one’s true self. Leisure time had become toxic due to the media- what was once a time to thrive, had become solely for entertainment. He said that modern media is designed to keep us entertained and distracted, subconsciously confused, and ultimately as abiding citizens. To be left alone now a days can seem boring and a waste of time. The media took away from the knowledge of…

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    Teddy Bear Analysis

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    Sometimes the movie industry believes that they can stretch a movie beyond the original story in order to capitalize on the achievements of the precursor film. This is not the case as Ted 2 fails to be as charming and funny as the original movie. The author of the films has made a career on repeating the same gags over and over on his TV shows, but when you go to a movie theater you expect to see more quality than your average TV program since you are paying for that ticket. The type of humor is…

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    Due to the fact that passing free time in group besides being safe and sound brings about individual and group joy, thinking and interacting more closely with parents, relatives, friends and even other participants in this Joy and enthusiasm. Aside from that cinema plays a constructive and pioneer role in culture and behavior of people. Therefore undoubtedly improving the quality of the film has a great impact on the development of intellectual, cultural, social and economic and trade dimensions…

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    Watching television has brings excitement to whoever watching. This perspective fit children very well. Seeing that children watch over 24 hours of television per week, television must be a very good form of enjoyment for the younger generation. Children love watching television because of the enjoyment behind watching it. The feeling watching their favorite cartoon show allows children to engage in watching more television. Watching TV can provide entertainment for people who are bored or have…

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    This class has absolutely changed the way that I look at almost any sport. It was such a fun, interesting, and overall amazing learning experience. I have always had the utmost respect for anyone with some form of a disability, but this has opened my eyes to how anyone can modify a game to cater to any disability. Even if the game loses almost every rule that made it that sport or game. For example in flag football that we modified, and played it was played more like rugby than football. There…

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