Of these, Tomb Raider made the biggest splash, and it has sold more than 6 million copies. A sequel was unveiled at the Microsoft E3 conference. As was a follow-up to the new Killer Instinct, which was definitely the biggest surprise reboot of last year. That series was last seen in 1996, and fans had been clamoring for a new entry ever since. But it wasnt until last years E3 that Microsoft announced the reboot as an Xbox One launch title. Although a new pricing model caused early controversy, the final product was very well received and a sequel has been announced. Lobb, who worked on the original Killer Instinct titles back in the 90s, spearheaded that reboot as well. But whereas he was an integral part of KIs design, he was not on Phantom Dusts development team. He was just a fan, albeit one in a position to bring it back after its commercial failure. He had been trying for nearly a decade when the stars aligned. I reminded Phil [Spencer, head of Xbox] that I loved the game, over and over again, and somebody tweeted at him, saying, Hey, we should do Phantom Dust! And because a lot of people follow him, others came piling in on top. This spurred Creative Director Adam Isgreen, who also worked on Killer Instinct, to outline of a Phantom Dust rebootjust in case. <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit Video Games Go Wild for Reboots - Yahoo News
Just another experience for me and yes just plan on getting better from this, said Todd Lane. Its been really nice having all the college coaches come in. I mean we had guys from all over Cornell, American, Lehigh, Bucknell and they basically all have the same kind of stuff just different spins on it. Basic stuff is what their teaching. Just little tricks-tips mental usually that sticks with you, said Kent Lane. The Disney world duals is a culmination of the MAWA season. Come July 1st thats when the college recruiting amps up and schools can start offering scholarships to some or all of these wrestlers. Weve had college coaches come in here everyday. So not only are they gaining some more experience and some knowledge and getting better, but their also showing off themselves and hopefully their going to help themselves down the road when these schools are going to try to recruit them. <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit MAWA wrestling team at Disney World Duals | WNEP.com
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Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) July 02, 2014 Michael Jacobs, creator of the 90s hit series Boy Meets World, speaks candidly with AfterBuzz TV hosts Kristen Snyder and Lee Epstein about the process of creating the much-anticipated sequel Girl Meets World. Taking us behind the scenes of the pilot, Jacobs describes in detail a scene starring William (Bill) Daniels as the famous teacher Mr. Feeny, which ended up on the cutting room floor. We shot two scenes with Bill for the pilot, and I dont mind telling you because were being truthful here about what happened. The scene we shot with Bill was wonderful, and took you right out of the show...And it was a wonderful scene. I chose not to show it, which doesnt mean I wont show it eventually. The reason I chose not to show it was Corys the teacher, and Cory is not Feeny. Jacobs has a message for fans of Boy Meets World: To the original audience: stay. For those of you who left (the pilot) going, Its a little young, Im telling you, Stay. Jacobs says, The show brings back almost all of the original cast (of Boy Meets World). If you liked the pilot at all, you will love the next episode. Its better. And the one after that is better than that. <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit Girl Meets World Creator Michael Jacobs And Disney Channel Executive Corey Marsh Discuss New Season and Mr. Feeny Deleted Scene on Maria Menounos' Afterbuzz TV Network
Leg room on attractions is an issue for riders with disabilities Written by Daniel Etcheberry Published: July 2, 2014 at 10:57 AM Leg room in a ride vehicle is something that anyone with no mobility with their legs cares about when deciding which attraction to ride. If the space for the legs is too narrow, it could mean a very hard transfer. I will give some examples of wide and narrow leg rooms. Splash Mountain has a very narrow leg room; so much so that even ambulatory people have to put their feet over the seat to get into the log. Pirates of the Caribbean, on the other hand, has a much wider leg room, so getting in is much easier. New rides tend to have more leg room than old ones; Tomorrowland?s Speedway has a very narrow seating, but Radiator Springs Racer and Test Track is wider. Although, Seven Dwarfs Mine Train?s seating looks like it was made for dwarfs. The best rides are the ones that don?t have space limits for the legs; Soaring and Forbidden Journey comes to mind. The worst are the log flumes as mentioned above. As someone with no mobility on my legs, sometimes I wish I didn?t have them ? that way I could ride Splash Mountain, but of course that is a crazy thought. If you are interested to know if the leg room will be a problem for you before going to a Disney park, go to allears.net where there is a link to the attraction?s seating photo gallery.
Readers' Opinions From Tracy Bates on July 2, 2014 at 11:32 AM 7 dwarfs has a really small ride vehicle. My wife has a knee injury and can't bend it much so she couldn't ride that one because of the lack of legroom. (And was deeply disappointed.)
From Anon Mouse on July 2, 2014 at 11:44 AM Leg room is a problem regardless of disability. People are generally getting larger and fatter. I'm a tall person. Most seats are rather uncomfortable. Thus, the older rides with the smaller vehicles are a problem. As Disney retrofits older rides with new tracks and vehicles, they can alleviate the situation, but nothing will truly fix the problem. Only new rides seem to resolve the situation. From James Trexen on July 2, 2014 at 12:10 PM
Dudley Do-Right has the worst leg room on any ride, ever. I love the attraction, but have to hurdle obstacles for it. From Robert Niles on July 2, 2014 at 12:50 PM Throwing fuel onto the flames... Matterhorn Bobsleds (post-refurb), anyone? From 188.8.131.52 on July 2, 2014 at 12:57 PM I agree with Robert - Matterhorn in DLR From 184.108.40.206 on July 2, 2014 at 1:11 PM The Cars ride in Disneyland Paris has hardly any leg room, especially in the front seats! From 220.127.116.11 on July 2, 2014 at 1:20 PM Here's a list of rides that I have trouble fitting on due to legroom. (I'm 6'6".) Barnstormer (then again, it was made for children, I guess) it's a small world (every row but the front; I only fit in other rows if I sit sideways) Magic Carpets of Aladdin (the joystick gets in my way) Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (back row seems worse; getting the bar down is kind of awkward, I either have to put the center bar it between my legs if I'm riding solo or be squished on one side if I'm riding with a friend) Pirates of the Caribbean (every row but the front; the new boats have visit this page a place to put just my feet underneath the bench in front, so I can actually sit in other rows now) Seven Dwarfs Mine Train Space Mountain (even the front rows) Splash Mountain (getting in is difficult but I can get the lap bar down easily) Tomorrowland Speedway (getting in is very hard but I can actually get to the pedal if I sit with my knees up) Gran Fiesta Tour (every row but the front; same as small world) Maelstrom (every row but the front; kind of the same issue as small world and Gran Fiesta Tour, but different boat) Spaceship Earth (I have more legroom in the back, but my knees always touch the seat in front of me, so I usually sit sideways) Test Track (I cannot sit in the back rows, but front rows have more legroom because there's no bench in front) Rock n Roller Coaster (I could fit in the legroom rows [1 and 7? I haven't been on in years] and the other rows were a tight squeeze; this was mostly a torso height problem for me) Star Tours (not that bad, but I prefer sitting in the last seat of the back row so I can put my legs out in front of me) From 18.104.22.168 on July 3, 2014 at 9:07 AM Forbidden Journey is not designed for larger people. If you have a large belly you can forget this ride and it is one of the newer rides. I wish designers would consider all sizes and situations when designing ride cars. We all come to these parks for one reason, FUN!!!!!!! From 22.214.171.124 on July 3, 2014 at 9:36 AM Every time I ride Jurrasic Park my legs and knees are smashed by the big drop at the end. EVERY TIME! Why do I still ride it? From 126.96.36.199 on July 4, 2014 at 9:41 AM I have room issues on the Superman coaster cars at SFNE & Darien Lakes there is NO leg room whatsoever! My shins and knees got squished & bashed pretty good b/c of the strange restraints. I alsi had issues with Georgia Cyclone coaster at SFOG & the new trains on the Arkansas Twister b/c the seats were more narrow & I had a very difficult time squishing in there & Road Runner Express at SFFTx...a bit too short for me, I had to spread my knees sideways to fit. Also I detest the new cars/restraints for the remodeled Iron Rattler at SFFTx. Nothing to hold on to except a knob in between the legs & the lap bar barely fit b/c I'm a taller person, my legs had no room so my knees had to either bend sideways or be raised up where the lap bar wouldn't fit well. NOT comfortable! I'm not planning on riding it again. Previous article: Hogwarts Express opens to all guests at Universal Orlando Planning a trip to Walt Disney World? Insider's Pick: Don't try to do Disney without the ever-entertaining and informative Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World 2014 . Save time and money with these tested tips and strategies for getting the most from a Disney World vacation. It's a great investment in happiness for you and your family.<br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit Leg room on attractions is an issue for riders with disabilities
Disney Channel gave Girl a strong launchpad by skedding it behind the premiere of original telepic Zapped, featuring two of the channels latest stars, Zendaya and Spencer Boldman. Zapped opened at 8 p.m. to 5.7 million viewers, enough to make it the top-rated cable telecast of the year to date in kids 2-11 (2.9 million), kids 6-11 (2.3 million) and tweens 9-14 (2.1 million). However, Zapped fell short of the high bar set last summer by Disney Channels retro beach-party musical Teen Beach Movie , which garnered 8.4 million viewers in its July 2013 debut. Girl bowed at 9:45 p.m. with 2.3 million viewers in kids 2-11, 1.8 million in kids 6-11 and 1.7 million in tweens. In a clear sign that parents were watching Zapped with their kids, the telepic did a healthy 1.3 million viewers in adults 18-49. Girl brought in 1.6 million viewers in adults 18-49. With Girl, the series that picks up where ABCs 1990s TGIF comedy Boy Meets World generated a tidal wave of media coverage and nostalgia for the Alphabets distinct brand of family comedies from the 1980s and 90s. <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit ?Girl Meets World,? ?Zapped? Deliver for Disney Channel in Friday Premiere | Variety
Frozen Summer Fun LIVE! coming to Walt Disney World with royal welcome, stage show, fireworks, and park wide party | Inside the Magic
by Lily Harrison Wed., Jun. 25, 2014 11:24 AM PDT Loading... There's no better place to spend your birthday than the Happiest Place on Earth! And that's precisely what Ariana Grande did to ring in her 21st birthday yesterday. The pop star shared several photos of her special trip to Disney World on Instagram and Twitter, showing her with an adorable set of Minnie Mouse ears and posing in front of Cinderella's castle. Grande is shown posing next to Prince Charming and several other Disney characters next to a massive five-tiered blue birthday cake. The "Problem" singer flaunted her figure in a white crop top paired with a polka dot A-line skirt. She's also seen planting a kiss on Mickey Mouse's cheek in one adorable snapshot! "Spending my last few days as a non 21 year old in one of my favorite childhood places with my favorite people," she wrote to her fans, adding, "Having the best birthday trip." Shortly before heading to the Sunshine State, Grande couldn't hide her excitement for the vacation celebration. "Birthday trip with a big group of friends & loved ones..... <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit Ariana Grande Celebrates Her 21st Birthday at Disney World?See the Pic! | E! Online
Ariana Grande Celebrates Her 21st Birthday at Disney World?See the Pic! | E! Online
Guests can take pictures with the films animated characters in a virtual setting, and then email them or share on their social media channels. When guests want to escape the icy atmosphere of Oakens outpost, all they have to do is look for the door marked Sauna, where they once again will exit to the warm Florida sun. Coolest Summer Ever Dance Party: From 5:30-9:30 p.m. each evening, a live band will take the stage to celebrate the Frozen summer fun with contemporary songs and a few familiar tunes from the film. Frozen Fireworks Spectacular Everything wraps up at 9:45 p.m. when http://carsoncops.livejournal.com Anna, Elsa, Kristoff, and Olaf come together at the Sorcerers Hat Icon Stage for a grand finale to the days festivities, kicking off an awe-inspiring fireworks display set to the glorious music of Frozen! The giant Sorcerer Mickey Hat on Hollywood Blvd. gets the full Frozen treatment with special projections of snow and ice images, in an eye-popping spectacular above Hollywood Blvd. Set to the films soundtrack, the fireworks show will feature special guests including a very magical appearance from Elsa in which she will show how her powers flurry through the air and to the ground to produce magically icy blue and white gleaming fireworks. For those wanting to ensure a good spot for most of the festivities listed above, Disney is offering a Frozen Summer Fun Premium Package, $59 for adults and $34 for children, which adds reserved viewing areas for the Royal Welcome, sing-along stage show, and fireworks, along with refreshments and a dessert party. (Details here .) A few odds and ends about the event: While Anna and Elsa will make appearances as part of the Royal Welcome, Frozen Sing-Along, and fireworks show, they will not be meeting with guests at Disneys Hollywood Studios. <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit Frozen Summer Fun LIVE! coming to Walt Disney World with royal welcome, stage show, fireworks, and park wide party | Inside the Magic
by Staff Comments Congratulations to Sea Rescue for its Daytime Emmy nomination for Outstanding Children?s Series! This is the show's first Emmy nomination. Winners will be announced in June so stay tuned! Be sure to catch a new episode this weekend. The SeaWorld Rescue team has its hands full when a feisty sea lion they name Kyle arrives with a serious eye injury. Then, when a harbor porpoise beaches in Canada, rescuers quickly learn he?s in desperate shape and it?s going to take 24/7 care to get little Levi back to health. The Wildlife Docs is click here. new too! See what it takes to perform an otter root canal as Puba, an Asian small-claw otter at Busch Gardens, needs some serious dental work. Then, did you know alligators make some of the best mothers in the wild? Witness the maternal instinct of a mommy alligator. Sea Rescue and The Wildlife Docs air nationally on ABC on Saturday mornings during ?Litton?s Weekend Adventure? and are among the most popular Saturday morning shows. They are part of the #1 rated block on Saturday mornings and are consistently rated #1 in the top ten U.S. markets including the four largest: New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and Philadelphia. Currently in its third season, Sea Rescue has been seen by more than 120 million viewers. Time is subject to change so be sure to check your local listings. For more information about Sea Rescue and The Wildlife Docs visit www.seaworldkids.com .<br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit Sea Rescue Gets Nominated for an Emmy!
Anna and Elsas Royal Welcome At 11:00 a.m. each day, Elsa and Anna arrive in Hollywood as part of their goodwill tour of neighboring kingdoms, making their way down Hollywood Boulevard in a horse-drawn sleigh. Kristoff is along for the fun, too, joined by a flurry of skaters, skiiers, ice cutters and more! The entire procession culminates in a special moment at the Sorcerers Hat Icon Stage to officially welcome the visiting royalty to this kingdom of Hollywoodland. For the First Time in Forever: A Frozen Sing-Along Celebration Cool down inside the Premiere Theater, where Anna and Elsa join the Royal Historians of Arendelle for a fun and comedic retelling of the unique history http://www.mouseplanet.com/10736/Walt_Disney_World_Resort_Update of their Kingdom, filled with delightful, sing-along moments from Frozen. Wandering Oakens Trading Post & Frozen Funland Inside Soundstage One, Oaken and his cousins have created a Frozen Funland filled with cold weather activities, unique photo opportunities, and more! Theres a frozen pond with ice skating demonstrations, wintertime fun for kids in the Do You Want to Build a Snowman? play area, a big summer blowout with plenty of Frozen merchandise, and special Frozen-inspired food and beverage offerings. Coolest Summer Ever Dance Party Starting at 5:30 p.m. each day, a dance party takes over the area around the Sorcerers Hat Icon Stage, with a DJ, live band, and more! The band plays a variety of classic and contemporary summer rock & roll hits, as well as a cool, rocking medley of Frozen favorites. Its going to be hot! Frozen Fireworks Spectacular Everything wraps up at 9:45 p.m. <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit Get Frozen live at Disney?s Hollywood Studios?IN SUMMER!
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New Frozen merchandise to hit Disney Parks store shelves soon Frozen fans having a hard time finding merchandise featuring their favorite characters have something to look forward to beginning this summer. Disney Parks Blog announced that new merchandise from the blockbuster film should start arriving in Disney theme park stores soo,n with even more designs and items coming through the fall. Disney. Shoppers can find items ranging from clothing and beach towels to magnets and hats that have some or all of the most popular Frozen characters including Anna, Elsa, and Kristoff. The big news, though, focuses on the wealth of new items featuring Olaf the Snowman, who has become one of the movies most beloved characters. Until now, finding merchandise with Olaf has been nearly impossible and Disney responded to the fans' requests for more items featuring the funny snowman who loves warm hugs. Disney Parks Blog has even more photos of the fun merchandise scheduled to debut in the coming weeks and months at both Disneyland and Walt Disney World. Walt Disney World has a variety of special events planned for July 4 to celebrate Independence Day Magic Kingdom Zam Wessell Visitors can dress up for the party, as long as they are within Disney guidelines. Tickets cost $67 for adults ($62 for children), plus tax. Limited tickets still remain; visit the official Walt Disney World website to get your tickets before they sell out. New late summer discounts released for annual passholders Save up to 30 percent* on rooms at select Walt Disney World Resort hotels. <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit Walt Disney World Resort Update (Walt Disney World Resort Update) by Marie Rossiter