For some reason, the Tunguska event of 1908 is one of those mysteries that won't go away. Sci-Fi writers come up with unique stories around this event, and scientists come up with new theories. What we do know is that something came out of the sky on 7:17 a.m. in Siberia and "felled an estimated 60 million trees over 2,150 square kilometers."
The book, "The Mystery of the Tunguska Fireball," tells the story of the event and examines all the theories. One of the wildest theories is that a microscopic black hole collided with the earth. But most scientists think that the event was caused by the airburst of a meteorite or a comet.
This is an interesting game, but I have two problems with it so far: 1) When you're training, the trainer (AKA Chris Rock) tells you how bad you are as a boxer. Not very motivating. 2) The controls are hard to master at first.
I do like that you can fight as famous boxers like Ali.
After watching parts of this instructional video, I've come to the conclusion that there are two schools of drummers in the world: those whose playing centers around feel and those whose playing centers around independence. After watching Marco Minnemann execute independence on a drum kit that I can't even dream of -- as well as an ability to play a amazing groove, he seems to be one of those rare drummers who sits comfortably in both schools.