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|Volume 72, Issue 68,
Tuesday, November 28, 2006
LIFE & ARTS
Region coding no
longer a barrier
Pretend you were vacationing in Europe
and picked up a few DVDs from street vendors or video retailers.
Zelda brings the dark side with
That pointy-eared, sword- and shield-wielding,
monster-fighting dude in the green tunic made his console comeback appearance
a little more than a week ago, and since the Nov. 19 launch of the Nintendo
Wii and the release of Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, a shocking wave
of sudden loss of sight has swept the gaming community.
Indie acts make their way to Hobby
Indie rock concertgoers and pop-rock
fans alike can witness Death Cab for Cutie and OK Go as they swing through
'Guitar Hero'2 ' shred harder
than previous installment
Filled with screaming guitar solos
and tripped-out pedal effects, Guitar Hero 2 greatly expands on every aspect
of its predecessor, creating a better and longer lasting gaming experience.
College acts sought by mtvU
Emerging college bands are now being
offered the chance for stardom courtesy of mtvU.