That got me... right here *thump thump*. That is a Star Wars fan's commercial for sure, we've all lived those types of moments.
There was a different ad on TV last night for this that started with the Outrider, I was totally jazzed to see it.
Now if only I could bring myself to buy a Kinect... or an xbox.
That is indeed an awesome promo, and the game looks pretty sweet.
Unfortunately, based on my (admittedly somewhat limited) experience, I've never known a technology that was less ready for primetime than the Kinect. I have yet to encounter a single game that actually registers movement the way the Kinect is theoretically supposed to do, and there's no way I'd spend money on it. I wouldn't even fish an unopened Kinect out of the garbage.
There's a 1.5 OS update coming out very soon for the Kinect that will increase the number of tracking points and allow play while sitting down, so perhaps it's worth checking out agian.
Reviews are out on this game, and they are BRUTAL.
There's a dance game built in though, SWized pop music dancing as the main characters.
And the dance moves are themed after stuff from the movies too.
Boy Gungan & the Kanja Club
Guns & Rodians?
The Spiced Gotals?
I still want more Clone Wars figures in the animated Style. I hope Hasbro will make these 3 3/4 inch figures.
I propose Brittany, Miley, and Madonna are cast in a musical remake of The Golden Girls.
Still taking suggestions for a 4th cast member.
This movie is almost out and I cringe at thinking how bad it might be.
Here is to hoping it is at least better then how awful I'm expecting
I liked Open Range, though it is slow bike comparisons do something like Tombstone.
I want to see The Jungle Book. My mom read that to me
I think I would place this in my top five of all-time favorite Westerns.
Poe is a third-tier pegwarmer at Target, but first or second at Walmarts around here, and I think also at TRU.
I was on the fence about that
Up 3 more cents to $2.369.
I'd actually buy a single Poe with the 2-pack head. But I'm indifferent to Nines and not a fan of a $40 price tag.