Fat guy in Dubai dances and plays kinect.
It Kinects culture together. Wait... D'oh!
taps a whole new market next time we go to war wit the midle east its gonna be online only or so we can hope rite
DAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAMN i gotta go to dubai sometime soon
... but sadly, the economy in the west seems to be based on slaughtering and butchering poor people all around the world. Nothing new btw. Has been that way for centuries now. edit: Not sure why people disagree with me. It's simply the truth. I Guess some people just don't really like hearing the truth when it 'hurts'... but that doesn't make it incorrect. Learn our history. Our whole (western) wealth is based on us going all around the world plundering other countries and killing and abusing the locals.
@ Yi-long those people disagreeing with you are probably REDNECKS!
@yi-long you make it sound like it's an officialy policy. wars happen due to political reasons all the time. the united states has made many efforts to stop genocide in the sudan, in rwanda, in the balkans, and so on. yet you're interested in pointing out flaws for what? and other nations like Canada, England, France, and Germany have been working very hard to improve relations with the Middle-East for many years. Wars have been a setback and we've had wars started by a crooked President, but you shouldn't say that Western people as a whole want this stuff to happen. It's very rude and it's the same as making a generalization about a race.
Me thinks you need to study some US history. What you read in the textbooks in high school is only partly true. You need to get the full story of why the US went into these wars in the first place. I bet you didn't know that Prescott Bush, George W.'s uncle, and George Sr.'s dad, had a hand in funding Hitler. They will never tell you that in school as history is written by the winners. I live in the U.S. and love my country, but I do not approve of what our government does in the name of "freedom."
its a very small handful of people who profit the most from the wars n such or so it seems to me with the "system" as we know it facilitating their control while bleeding us dry. I wouldn't say this is just a western thing; other democracies and governments all over the world are in the same boat. @the disagree all i can say is that if you prefer real war to playing video games you have a lot to learn.
I never knew that there was a video game market in Dubai. The video game empire is bigger then I thought.
"I never knew that there was a video game market in Dubai", coz FoxNews didn't tell u that?, or did they show u a couple of camels and tents and acted like that's all we have in the middle east? and BTW we have food, water, houses, streets, umm what else??, yeah we have air and oxygen too.
I don't watch Fox News, and I'm sorry for my comment.
np man, I should've toned down my comment a bit, the thing is that it bugs me when some ppl get the wrong idea about the middle east, that it's all war torn and tents n stuff, sorry for my flaming comment anyway.
... which is better in Dubai, than it is the the USA ;) Anyway, it's obviously too bad that there are so many people still with a very limited look on the world. Dubai and a bunch of other asian countries are probably more modern than most western countries by now, but obviously, the only stuff we see in the western media is the bad stuff that's going on. It's understandable, but at the same time, it's a shame cause it can give too many people the wrong impression. They see the 'news' and confuse it with 'everyday reality', while obviously the news is NOT reality, but the exception to reality (which makes it 'news') ;)
You forgot better cars......MUCH BETTER CARS!
I live in dubai which is in middle east and you can check here how backward Arab countries are. Just having world's tallest building, 8th wonder of the world is not enough. Have a look. http://www.google.ae/images...
lol @ backward @ below im am an Emirati i was born here and i live here so i know it better than you if you think the UAE is backward fine thats just you but i wonder why you live in a ""backward"&quo t; country if you dont like it just go a way
Yes, see all the desert and camels in the pics nothing else as what most western nations lead you to believe. @above Do you have trouble comprehending sarcisim? If you look at the pictures it shows a modern city and that's why i remarked if they think it's backward then look at the pictures.. Jeezus people can't understand simple basic sarcisim.
I've got nothing against arabs...I really dig how hot your chicks are.
i don't know, sharia law applies in the UAE doesn't it? sharia law treats women as little more than property from what i understand. a recent case comes to mind, where a woman was raped and she was arrested for having sex outside marriage. that seems pretty fucking backwards to me. http://genderindex.org/coun... honestly, some of the laws there are just disgusting. i'd really like to see what you say in defence of those laws.
"Even Emirati", why would an emirati not be interested in Kinect. Theyre not all strict and closed off lol.
Never heard of UAE. They ban a game a lot but it's understandable when in most games we in the western world make is about shooting muslims. And depicting western forces like heroes. People here really have a limited view of the world i suggest to look some more nat geo.
ho ho its funny cause he's fat
...with long skirts, etc.?
i was thinking that.
There's no way Kinect can track legs with that outfit.
don't want to see that man naked now,do you?
I am having trouble discerning whether this land mammal has a single or multiple legs. Oh and the comments about the arab emirates...let them have their fun. We all know that when the oil runs dry it will be a wasteland (with tall buildings and exotic cars). Before I am challenged on this topic, can you advise what (besides oil)is produced in Dubai? The arab emirates?
Dubai does not survive on oil. It has big sea port and airport facilities which are freezones, basically tax free areas dedicated for import - export. 100s of thousands of shipments come from all across the world and shipped to other neigbhouring regions and other parts of Asia. Millions of visitors pass through and visit dubai every year. There are airshows, car shows, IT exhibitions and whole lot of other exhibitions through out the year. There are offices of Oracle, Micrsoft, Intel, AMD and 100s of other multinational companies in Dubai. THere is knowlege village which is a mini city dedicated to education, Health city which is dedicated to medical facilities etc etc. Pls do some research before saying it's surviving on oil. Oil's been exported from Abu Dhabi the capital of UAE.
Just seen a news story about the massive debt in dubai now thats a nice thing america has in common , good to see some respect for the large fella .
Ill stick with the king of dancing games and not spend cash on this overpriced kinect garbage.
DDR is not dancing man. Moving your feet onto four directions compared to using your whole body (which real dancing is), is not the same. Also, Harmonix developed the game. Do you really think there won't be an expert mode that will melt your feet? Rock Band has tons of songs that are ridiculously hard on Expert setting. I don't think this game will be any different. It is obviously set up for demoing on beginner or easy. P.S. I like DDR, but to compare it to full body dancing and say it is better is just complete fail.
Unless kinect now has the ability to see through peoples clothes, how is it mapping the guys legs...seeing as he is wearing a thoub???
Weren't people saying you can't wear baggy clothes? Well im pretty sure what he was wearing is the definition of BAGGY! And it seemed to work for him :P
u cant even see the TV maybe thats a good thing
but to know that he was still dancing that whole should tell you guys that it orks well please believing everything you hear from the critics Kinect is the truth
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