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    system made by Nintendo. It has a slender console and the remotes are easy to hold, they also cause the person to get up and move along with the game. They also have a board to were you could exercise with it. Trying to cause more action in people’s lives. This was the first game console that came out to have the interaction for the player to be moving. They started a new thing and in some ways it is awesome that they did. At least if someone is playing a game they can also be up and…

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    Private Lives Response Paper The live production I attended was Private Lives by Noel Coward. The play was put on by Acting Unlimited Inc. at Theater 810. Overall, there were three main elements that were the primary contributors to my enjoyment of the live performance; they were the costumes, the set design, and the body language of the actors and actresses. For instance, the costumes were very well done for a small local production. The play revolves around a divorced couple in the 1930’s,…

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    to live a Godly life, rather than saying what it means (pp.126). He truly epitomized what it means to live in commune with others. His march in evangelism included a community ( with members from all walks of life) such as doctors, nurses, lawyers, and average citizens all worked and lived intentionally for a common purpose to promote peace and justice. This is what living intentionally (and in unison) truly means. More importantly, claiborne 's example displayed what it truly meant to live in…

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    Everyone is talking about how you were caught sneaking out of your room and talking to El Patron’s clone, Matt. I wanted to write this letter urging you to re-evaluate the situation. Some people call Matt an eejit, but clones are much worse than eejits. Eejits are predictable; you can be certain they will act as they are programmed to do. Clones, however, have an evil mind of their own. They have no soul and they cannot distinguish right from wrong. Clones are like rabid wolves. Matt may seem…

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    Alzheimer’s Disease Alzheimer’s disease is a very dangerous and an awful illness. It is found on the “Top Ten Leading Causes of Deaths in The United States”. It is actually number six on the charts. Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive, degenerative disorder that attacks the brain 's nerve cells, or neurons, resulting in loss of memory, thinking and language skills, and behavioral changes, stated from Alzheimer’s Foundation of America. One person’s risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease…

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    move through life without knowing exactly what they are doing. They do not always have a plan or know where they are heading but they keep going into the unknown, driving without knowing how to drive. There are no set rules for how to live so no one truly knows how to live in a sense since there is no correct answer so everyone just does their best and keeps going. The poet uses visual imagery of driving a car and knocking down people as he goes. He uses this imagery to represent people moving…

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    People could be living in places like a house, apartment, orphanage, and maybe even a tent, etc. For example, I live in an apartment that my family pays rent for and sleep in every night. There isn’t any other place that I stay in whether I like it or not. It maybe where I live in but should I really consider it my home if I don’t like it(I like my home)? Must I consider it my true home if I had not liked it? Looking at it in a one point of…

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    Halo 3 Marketing Strategy

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    The ‘Believe’ campaign catapulted Halo 3 from an ordinary video game into a worldwide cultural phenomenon due to its ability to build an emotional bond with the audience. The innovative stream of interactive TV, Web and cinema advertisements was an inspired approach that successfully attracted an audience beyond the typical gamer. Though the $170 million generated in Halo 3's first 24 hours of hitting shelves led many to deem it the biggest launch in entertainment history, the campaign that…

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    Did you know that there's another high profile video game releasing today that isn't called Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain? Mad Max, an open world adventure set in the same universe as the iconic film franchise of the name, also hits store shelves. The game's demos and trailers did a good job of showing of the gorgeous post-apocalyptic setting and extensive car combat and customization features, but what about the overall package? The first reviews for Mad Max have begun to trickle in and…

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    survival in what is the first Metal Gear game without the involvement of director Hideo Kojima. Although Survive is the first entry in the Metal Gear series without Kojima’s influence, it isn’t the first spin-off. Released only five years ago on the PS3, XBox 360 and PC; Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance took the Metal Gear series in a completely different direction. Replacing stealth with hack and slash action mayhem, surprisingly, Rising worked. The reason for this was due to Kojima…

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