Here’s another awesome Final Fantasy XV trailer. There’s a new HP Chromebook available. Meanwhile, The Interview becomes a historic film.
As the launch of the acclaimed Final Fantasy XV game nears, we are starting to see more previews and details on the popular game. We recently saw one trailer that mostly focused on the traveling aspect of the game, but today we are getting a teaser that focuses more on the awesome story-telling that characterizes every single Final Fantasy game.
The trailer focuses on the “Imperial Invasion of Insomnia”, a significant event in the game. You get awesome cinematic clips, along with fighting scenes, traveling and more. Take a look at it right below.
Opinion: Not many of us will be able to get a hold of this game’s demo, so we best keep watching these trailers. This one happens to be my favorite so far. Enjoy it.
Without much hype or fanfare, HP has decided to launch its newest (and best) Chromebook. That would be the touchscreen clad HP Chromebook 14 G3. The computer comes with a $439.99 price tag. A bit expensive, but a good price to pay for this computer, considering what it offers.
Specs include an NVIDIA Tegra K1 processor, 4 GB of RAM, 32 GB of internal storage, a 14-inch 1080p touchscreen and around 8 hours of battery life. It’s available now from HP’s website. Are you getting it?
Opinion: Not a bad option, right? Not to mention, the Chromebook looks and feels super solid. It’s certainly one of the best Chromebooks you can buy right now.
Content often finds itself being released at the right time, pushing it to become much more than just a good work of art. Much like Casas de Carton (Cardboard Houses) became a symbolic chant of rebellion in El Salvador during the song’s prohibition, we are now finding that The Interview has transcended into much more than just a film.
The Interview has become a symbol of what could become a significant conflict between USA and North Korea (in fact, the movie may well be considered the source). Though it has been canceled and only a select number of people have seen the film, The Interview is receiving record-breaking ratings in IMBd.
The film currently sits at 9.9 out of 10, a rating that even the most influential and well-made films have a hard time earning.
Opinion: The mere fact that this rating comes before anyone has even watched the movie comes to show that this is not really a representation of people loving the film. It is people’s way to immortalize The Interview. It’s a form of protest against a group that wants no sign of the film to even exist.