Kinect is a new gaming system that works with XBOX360. It looks like a body movement game system somewhat like the Wii but there are NO controllers. The problem with the Wii controllers are that sometimes they slip off your wrist and crash into your television. No problem like that with Kinect.
You can check out Kinect and all of the new games that will be available for the system here. I want one!!!!
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The book “Off the Bus and On the Record” includes “22 Candid Rock Interviews by the Teen Journalists of the Rock Star”. One of those interviews being with Rooney.
“The reader will be exposed to a very personal side of each artists and gain insight to what really goes on backstage of a concert; it is an opportunity to see artists in a new light,” said Zac.
Brittany noted that the interviews could not be compared to interviews that appear on MTV. According to Brittany, the musicians were more personable around “low-key teenagers” like the Rich siblings. She added that many of the interviews occurred “while the musicians were still living out of vans, before they were media trained.”
“The book includes old interviews from bands before they became huge such as Fallout Boy, Maroon 5, and My Chemical Romance,” said Zac.
Popdose mentions that even though “most musicians are still crass, dull, selfabsorbed, and none too bright” Rooney comes of as “bright and funny, without being puerile”.
That;s right, we have an exclusive Jonas Bros prize thanks to our friends at Universal Music!
To celebrate the release of the Jonas brothers 3-D movie, we have an exclusive glossy photo hand autographed by the Brothers themselves.
You can win this valuable gem by sending us an email to info (at) the rock star stories.com and telling us what the name of the movie is and if you went to see it yet.
One email will be chosen at random. The photo will be awarded on March 31 and mailed to the winner.
From around the web, here’s some sites that look cool. Let us know if you find others that work for you!
Check out Xboxxer is a blog covering the gaming console Xbox 360. Bloggers Jeanne Dupuis and Jyle Dupuis provide game reviews and information on upcoming releases for the console. For more information, visit www.xboxxer.com.
Admit This! is a new blog covering the college admissions process. It serves as a resource for students on how to apply to college and get accepted. The blog is authored by college admissions expert Dave Berry. For more information, visit www.collegeview.com/admit/.
If you’re interested in checking out The USC Annenberg School of Journalism, they have launched a new Web site. Neon Tommy provides a mix of local and regional stories covering issues in Los Angeles as well as columns and articles covering national and international news that impact the whole country. Visit www.neontommy.com.
Kind of a less snarky Perez Hilton, Wonderwall.com is a new Web site from msn covering entertainment news. The Web site focuses on celebrity gossip and other pop culture events and features video, pictures and other multimedia to access the latest entertainment and celebrity trends
Did you get Rock Band over the holidays and are frustrated with the “unlocking” of the songs?
Harmonix has introduced “game modifiers”
into “Rock Band 2,” which includes such options as a long-needed no fail mode — and a secret song-unlock code.
The catch? You need to know the code! But we’ve already figured that out for you. You simply input the original “Rock Band” unlock code — Red, Yellow, Blue, Red, Red, Blue, Blue, Red, Yellow, Blue — in the game modifier screen.
Once the code is entered, the unlock song modifier will be unlocked. Voila! You have just unlocked all of the songs available in “Rock Band 2.”